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No Free Quarter-Pounder with eTickets

So the Bucks pull off a win last night over Memphis and with total Bucks points being over 99.  What that usually means is the following day McDonalds will give you a free quarter-pounder in return for your ticket.  That is of course true if you have an officially printed ticket; however, it isn’t the case if you have an eTicket, which you print at home on your personal printer.  This of course makes sense because they don’t scan the ticket numbers at McDonalds, so someone could print or copy their ticket, go to a bunch of McDonalds, and get a bunch of free quarter-pounters.  I remember the days when leaving the Bucks game after a win with 100 or more meant hawking the floor at the Bradley Center, going to McDonalds, collecting a quarter-pounter for every ticket we had, and shamelessly answering ‘no’ to ‘do you want anything to drink with that?’  Questioning the manager on the policy he explained that it changed this year.  So provided the McDonalds manager is informed or cares about the policy, there are no free hamburgers with eTicket and that is why I will head to the McDonalds on North Ave this evening to see if it flies.  No one call them please.

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