You Can Now Get McDonald's Delivered To Your House In Montreal

And any other store and restaurant you want in the city.
You Can Now Get McDonald's Delivered To Your House In Montreal

You know, when you have one of those days when you literally can't even? The days where laziness takes over and getting out of bed seems way too difficult. Actually, the thought of getting out of bed is tiring enough.

We've all been there. But sooner than later, we do have to drag ourselves to the kitchen for food because that is what fuels us and keeps us going. If this already seems like too much work, you'll probably resort to calling the nearest pizza store near you and getting an XL pizza delivered straight to your house.

And don't get me wrong, I love pizza, but sometimes a girl craves the delicious taste of a juicy Big Mac with a side of fries. I have no shame. Unfortunately, McDonald's is still living in medieval times and doesn't deliver in Canada. You just can't have it all...

OR CAN YOU?

I'm here to tell you that yes, it is possible to get McDonald's delivered! Your mind has officially been blown.

Ever heard of SnapGrab? Well, now you have and it is changing the delivery game in Montreal. SnapGrab is an app that delivers everything and anything to your doorstep. I'm talking McDonald's, I'm talking 5 Guys, I'm talking Taco Bell.

via @snapgrabdelivery

And if that got you all hot and bothered, wait till you hear this. SnapGrab doesn't just deliver food, they actually deliver everything. They'll do all your grocery shopping and they'll even pick up a pharmacy order. Anything your heart or stomach desires, they'll deliver. I'm serious. That was taken straight from their website. Your wish is their command. They'll even go buy that pair of shoes you wanted at Footlocker for you, that latte from Cafe Tommy you didn't have time to grab this morning, or those dozen fresh bagels from Fairmount (or St. Viateur... or both, the sky's the limit!).

via @snapgrabdelivery

Think of the possibilities! This app is right on time considering Christmas is just a couple of weeks away. Just imagine doing all your shopping from the comfort of your own home and skipping the 3 day delivery wait time. Who wants to wait that long when you can have it now? The SnapGrab grabbers will deliver your favourite goods within 45 minutes. It's instant delivery, right at your fingertips. I know how I’m buying my Christmas gifts this year...

From the moment you download the app, you're set for an unforgettable experience. Your product gets delivered from the store to your door and you can even track your grabber (driver) in real time straight from your phone. Yeah, they're that good.

Think of your driver like Santa Claus. You can request anything, your driver delivers. I personally can't wait to see Santa show up with at my doorstep with all my new makeup!

via @sephoraportugal

You can always text your Grabber if you have any questions, concerns, or if something has changed in your order. I mean hey, sometimes we change our minds. What if I order just one make-up palette and realize that my sister would appreciate one as well for Christmas? These are things that you can communicate to your driver. Now all you have to do is wait. Once the driver shows up, you pay your order and the delivery fee with your credit card. Ta-da. As simple as that.

Are you excited yet? 

There’s more coming up with SnapGrab: this month, you could win $100 of SnapGrab cash! All you need to do is like and share their Facebook page (you have until the end of December) and the winners will be contacted by first week of January 2017.

So if you're as lazy as I am, or just enjoy shopping from the comfort of your own home with no pants on, check out the SnapGrab app on the App Store or Google Play. Just kick back and wait for your magical delivery to arrive!

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