NEW JERSEY – According to NJ.com, McDonald’s delivery is now available in parts of four New Jersey counties as the fast-food giant expands its McDelivery service to the New York regional market.
The McDelivery service lets customers order burgers, fries or just about any other items on the menu at more than 30 locations in Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Passaic counties and have it delivered to their door for a $4.99 “booking fee”.
The only thing McDonald’s won’t bring to you is a soft-serve ice cream cone. The service went into effect on Wednesday. Orders are placed through UberEats.com or through the UberEATS app, McDonald’s said in a news release.
If you’re not in one of the towns whose McDonald’s offers delivery, you might not be out of luck. For example, McDonald’s in Jersey City will deliver to Hoboken.
“People in New Jersey search for McDonald’s in the UberEATS app almost daily, so we’re excited to expand our reach and deliver” Prabhdeep Singh, UberEATS New Jersey general manager said in a statement.
Now available in more than 1,000 U.S. zip codes, the newly expanded delivery service is available for McDonald’s eateries in the New York City area as well as Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles and other cities. More than 300 of the zip codes are in the New York area.
In New Jersey, McDelivery is available in the following towns:
West New York