The three new designs give us a sneak peek at what McDonald’s has in store for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Hot on the heels of McDonald’s Japan’s popular Olympics-themed “Victory Menu” comes a new range of “Victory Tumblers” to gear everybody up for the next games, which will be held in Tokyo in four years’ time. The three exclusive designs will be sold at outlets across Japan in limited numbers from 17 August, with customers able to choose from “City”, which includes popular landmarks like Mt Fuji, Tokyo Tower and the Rainbow Bridge; “Sakura”, which has a pink-hued cherry blossom theme; and “Checkerboard”, which incorporates the Tokyo Olympic Games emblem in its design, along with the words “Tokyo 2020” written in Japanese.
The 290-milliltre (9.8-fluid ounce) capacity tumblers will retail separately with any purchase for 490 yen (US$4.84) each or they can be combined with a value meal set for 990 yen each. As an official worldwide sponsor of the Olympic Games, the golden arches of McDonald’s appear on all the tumblers, along with the Tokyo Olympic Games emblem and the Coca Cola logo. While the designs on the “City” and “Sakura” varieties feature different images on the front and back, the “Checkerboard” version stays the same on either side.
These are bound to sell like hotcakes once they’re released so be sure to get in quick when they go on sale on 17 August. Even if stocks last, they aim to limit sales to the end of August, so they won’t be around for long!
Source, Images: McDonald’s Japan