McDonald’s is celebrating the launch of its revamped classic burgers by giving customers the chance to win a year’s worth of free food.

As part of their promotion, McD’s iconic Hamburglar is taking center stage, touring the nation in the “Burgercuda,” a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, also known as Hamburglar’s getaway car.

Keep an eye out for the Hamburglar and his Plymouth.

The fast-food giant is encouraging fans to participate in the excitement by helping “catch” the Hamburglar.

Keep an eye out for the Burgercuda, and if you spot it, you can scan the vehicle’s code to receive not only a McDonald’s gift card but also exclusive Hamburglar-inspired merchandise.

You can also go on the website to enter contest.

While the thrill of spotting Hamburglar is enticing, the grand prize doesn’t solely depend on finding the car. For a chance to win free McDonald’s for an entire year, simply visit McDonald’s website and fill out a short form.

No purchase is necessary but participants must be at least 16-years-old. The entry period lasts until Feb. 25th, and there’s a limit of one entry per person.

You’re also limited to two burgers a week with the gift card if you win.

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The total prize value for a year of free burgers is only about $832, awarded in the form of McDonald’s gift cards. These gift cards can be redeemed for two burgers each week (priced at $8 per burger) for 52 weeks. Alternatively, winners can use the cards for any other menu item, provided the chosen item does not exceed the value on each card.

If you’re interested in the challenge of spotting the Burgercuda and winning merchandise instead, McDonald’s offers some helpful tips: Look for the car’s distinctive black and white stripes on both the interior and exterior, along with Hamburglar’s logo on the headrest. The car also boasts “bun-like” hubcaps, a spare tire resembling a cheeseburger, and even a concealed burger warmer in the center console.

But wait… we skipped over the part at the beginning. What does McDonald’s mean that they are revamping their burgers????

Changing up the menu – or at least some of the preparation.

According to their press release, McDonald’s is tweaking things. Nothing major is changing but they say, “Our chefs have been cooking up small but tasty improvements to the Big Mac sandwich, McDouble burger and our classic Cheeseburger, Double Cheeseburger and Hamburger.”

Better cheese and buns.

These changes include: perfectly melted cheese that will make you want to savor every last bit off the wrapper; juicier, caramelized flavor from adding white onions to the patties while they’re still on the grill; softer, pillowy buns that are freshly toasted to a golden brown; and even more of everyone’s favorite Big Mac sauce.

No shrinkflation – as far as we know…

Those appear to be acceptable changes as long as they don’t shrink anything. In fact, the word on the street is that McDonald’s has made something bigger. They are offering the Double Big Mac. That’s FOUR patties of meat on their burger.

Although that’s bad news to your cholesterol level, I’m happy to see they aren’t shrinking the Big Mac instead. I am getting VERY TIRED of this shrinkflation crap going at every turn. I bought some Zingers the other day (after about a year’s absence of purchasing them) and they are way shorter and way thinner than they used to be. And I paid MORE for the privilege of getting less of a Zinger.

So when Biden and his leftist friends tell us that inflation is coming down, they are TOTALLY FULL OF B.S. and most likely have never stepped foot in a grocery store.