Meet Snoopy, Charlie Brown & the Peanuts Gang

Pre-order now and find them soon in McDonald’s Happy Meal!

There are several reasons to be happy this Christmas season. McDonald’s brings more cheer to the most wonderful time of the year with the new Snoopy and Charlie Brown Happy Meal toys!

Kids and Peanuts fans of all ages can soon share smiles with Charlie Brown and the gang with the complete set of 10 Happy Meal toys to pre-order until December 15 or to collect individually starting December 18.

To make the deal sweeter for Peanuts lovers and soon-to-be fans, McDonald’s lets customers pre-order the complete set by following these simple steps:

1. Visit any McDonald’s store from December 11-15
2. Pre-order the complete set of 10 Snoopy and Charlie Brown Happy Meal toys in the front counter of any McDonald’s store nationwide.
3. For only Php949, the pre-ordered Snoopy and Charlie Brown Happy Meal set includes a toy claim stub for all 10 designs of the Happy Meal toys and 10 Happy Meal food stubs composed of:
Four (4) Chicken McDo Happy Meal Food Stubs
Three (3) Burger McDo Happy Meal Food Stubs
Three (3) McSpaghetti Happy Meal Food Stubs
4. Happy Meal food stubs may be used upon purchase up until February 14, 2016.
5. The complete Snoopy and Charlie Brown Happy Meal set may be redeemed at any McDonald’s store starting December 17 until February 14.

Catch all these timeless characters in McDonald’s newest Happy Meal offer! Pre-Order the complete set now! For certified Peanuts fans who want to be reacquainted with its well-loved characters, or those who have yet to fall in love with them, here’s a quick rundown to get to know Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the Peanuts Gang:

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Charlie Brown
Charles “Charlie” Brown is the main character in the Peanuts comic strip and is hailed as one of the greatest cartoon characters of all time. He’s gentle, sentimental, sometimes sarcastic, but also clever and hopeful.

Snoopy
Charlie Brown’s dog is a world-famous beagle known for his multiple personalities. Snoopy has pretended to be a bestselling author, a launch pad for his feathered friend, a dubious attorney called Joe Cool, and a pilot sitting on top of his doghouse.

Schroeder
He’s the dedicated artist with a toy piano that produces impressively complex music. Schroeder is almost always seen practicing his piano and his concentration is rarely broken despite Lucy professing her undying devotion.

Lucy
Lucy Van Pelt is known for her psychiatrist’s booth, where she gives people blunt advice for 5-cents. She can be crabby and bossy but every character has a weakness, and for Lucy it’s her unrequited love for Schroeder.

Linus
Linus is Lucy’s younger brother and Charlie Brown’s best friend. He’s an optimist who’s inseparable with his security blanket. Every Halloween, he waits for his Great Pumpkin. Though it has never appeared, he would wait on the same spot each year with the same high hopes.

Sally
Charlie Brown’s younger sister has a certain charm in her speech. She says “violins” instead of violence, and “centimeters” instead of centipedes. One of her memorable reports in class includes “Santa and his Rain Gear.”

Peppermint Patty
She’s the boyish girl in her neighborhood. Though weak in her academics, Peppermint Patty is a master of athletics despite wearing her staple sandals. She’s also a free spirit who bears the confidence of a true jock.

Woodstock
Snoopy has his own sidekick in the form of a “chirp off the old block” called Woodstock, named after the famous rock band festival. Woodstock never speaks with words. He uses punctuation marks like “!” or “??” to indicate emotions.

For more information visit happymeal.com.ph and check out McDonald’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/mcdo.ph. Show your love for Snoopy and the gang and tag @McDo_PH on Twitter and Instagram. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #SnoopyHappyMeal.

 

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