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McDonald's Expands UberEats Delivery to Four New Cities

Parenting just got a little easier now that you can Uber a Happy Meal.
(FILES) This file photo taken on September 10, 2016 shows a McDonald's restaurant in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. McDonald's announced on March 30, 2017 it will shift to fresh beef in its new made-to-order Quarter Pounder hamburgers in most US restaurants as it seeks to beef up sales in its home market. The fast-food chain by mid-2018 will shift away from frozen beef on the popular hamburger, which will be cooked at the time of order, the company said in a news release. The change, which does not affect the Big Mac and other beef products, follows a trial run in about 400 restaurants in Texas and Oklahoma that was well received. / AFP PHOTO / Karen BLEIERKAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty ImagesKAREN BLEIER / AFP - Getty Images

Parenting just got a little easier now that you can Uber a Happy Meal.

McDonald's has partnered with UberEATS to launch "McDelivery" and get fast food delivered to you even faster.

“We are bringing a new level of convenience to more of our customers as we continue to transform the McDonald’s experience,” said McDonald’s President and CEO Steve Easterbrook in a press release.

A handout image shows a woman using the UberEATS app.Uber

The program launched in four cities — Los Angeles, Chicago, Columbus, and Phoenix — with over 1,000 restaurants. Just download the app to your smartphone and get eating.

"Whether you are at home or at the park, UberEATS has what you're craving ready to be delivered at the tap of a button,” said Jason Droege, Head of UberEverything, in a press release.

The service includes a $5 delivery charge but through July 1st you can use the coupon code FRIES4U to get $5 off your first two meals.