The McWorld website at happymeal.com offers a wide variety of interactive resources, games and special activities–primarily targeting children–many of which require a special code found on the bottom of all Happy Meal boxes from McDonald’s.
What You’ll Need:
- You must have a recent receipt and Happy Meal code.
- Your should have (or be able to register for a free account to receive) a mpal username for HappyMeal.com.
How To Register?
- Visit www.happymeal.com with any web browser on your Internet-connected computer or device.
- On the top of the page, enter your “McCode” and press enter. This code is printed on your McDonald’s receipt and will unlock many games and other unique functionality on the website.
- A window will be display on your screen that requests your “mPal name” and password. Enter, or sign up to receive a free username and enter it, then click on the “Go” button.
- If you are not a member then select a “Get started” button to enroll an account.
- Provide your “mPal name,” which should be 8 to 10 characters and a secure password.
- Press the “Go” button.
- Provide the required information such as name and email address. Once you have registered your account, simply click “Sign in” to access deals and games.
- After creating an account, you will receive 150 m points.
- You can also track your game scores, customize special features, use mCodes and access exclusive mStaff deals.
More Information About Happy Meals:
A “Happy Meal” is a form of kids’ meal specifically marketed at children, sold at the fast-food chain McDonald’s since June 1979. A toy is typically included with the food, both of which are usually contained in a box or paper bag with the McDonald’s logo. The packaging and toy are frequently part of a marketing tie-in to a popular film, TV show, or toy-line.
The Happy Meal contains a main item (typically a hamburger, cheeseburger, or small serving of Chicken McNuggets), a side item (french fries, apple slices, or a salad in some areas), and a drink (milk, juice, or a soft drink). The choice of items changes from country to country, and may depend on the size of the restaurant.
In some countries, the choices have been expanded to include items such as a grilled cheese sandwich (known as a “Fry Kid”), or more healthy options such as apple slices, a mini snack wrap, salads or pasta, as one or more of the options.
In most countries, McDonald’s introduced a “healthy option” to the Happy Meal. Children have always been able to choose milk with their Happy Meal and the chain added fruit juice drink instead of a soft drink, and bags of dried fruit (or a whole piece of fruit such as an apple or carrot sticks) in place of fries.