McDonald’s Having Pokemon Trading Card Collab & Bringing Back McPepper

Pokemon lovers, McDonald’s will definitely be climbing up your list of favourite food places in September.

Not only are they bringing back McPepper, they’re also collaborating with Pokemon. If they’re following their US outlets, you might even be able to collect Pokemon trading cards via happy meals.

Here are the details.

Pokemon Decor in Singapore Outlets

Who needs social media advertising when your eagle-eyed fans can do the work for you?

A TikTok user spotted some promotional Pokemon décor at McDonald’s outlets at Changi City Point and Bedok Mall. Facebook Page Singapore Atrium Sale also posted about a décor seen at V Hotel Lavender McDonald’s.

The advertisement shows an Eevee-packaged pulut hitam pie, which made us realise that their colour schemes are actually pretty similar for the first time. Hopefully, no Eevees were harmed in the making of the pies…

There are also Pikachu and Scorbunny-themed cups filled with what seems to be the Teh C frappe.

McPepper is Back

The most exciting part about the advertisement? The McPepper in a Charizard-themed wrapper. The McPepper, which is basically the low-quality version of the Prosperity Burger, was first introduced to us in September 2021.

However, it made a quiet exit from the menus soon afterwards, so you can imagine our delight knowing that it is back.

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May Have Collectable Trading Cards

Although little information is available on the Pokemon collaboration, we’re hoping that it follows global promotions.

In August 2022, the United States’ McDonald’s unveiled a collaboration with the Pokemon Trading Card Game. It features a Pikachu-themed Happy Meal box that comes with a 4-Card Booster, a coin, a spinner and a card box.

If this is the same collaboration that’s coming to our sunny island, we could get these collectable trading cards and revisit our childhood too.

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Featured Image: Facebook (Singapore Atrium Sale)