Young kids will have more wonderful adventures and playtimes as Jollibee presents their new Jolly Kiddie Meal toys allowing kids to have fun building their own Jollibee store.
Available with every Jolly Kiddie Meal, the Jolly Store is a set of toys picturing different areas of the store. When all five toys are connected and joined, they form one Jollibee store featuring Jollibee, Hetty, Popo, Twirlie, and Yum taking orders, handing out food items, and delivering langhap-sarap meals.
In the drive-thru area, kids can design and attach the menu board to the wall and help Twirlie take orders by simply sliding the knob from left and right. In the other end of the drive-thru, kids can slide the Jollibee logo to watch Hetty hand out the take-out bag.
Also, kids can press the Jollibee sign to watch Popo ride his delivery bike in the delivery area. They can move Yum’s delivery truck to watch its headlights blink. To complete the Jolly Store, kids can press the button on the launcher to watch Jollibee and his car move along the drive-thru lane.
Let your kids build their very own Jolly Store with every purchase of a Yumburger (P80), Yumburger Meal with Drink (P100), Jolly Spaghetti (P95), Jolly Spaghetti Meal with Drink (P105), 1-piece Burger Steak (P95), 1-piece Burger Steak Meal with Drink (P105), 1-piece Chickenjoy with rice (P120), or 1-piece Chickenjoy Meal with Drink (P130), each having its own Jolly Joy Box.
Hurry and complete the entire Jolly Store set which is available until July 31. Head over to the nearest Jollibee branch to collect all five toys that can make playtime more fun and delightful for kids!
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