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Endless Looney Tunes playtime awaits kids with latest Jolly Kiddie Meal

This April, Jollibee is giving young ones the chance to play with our all-time favorite Warner Bros. characters – Bugs Bunny, Marvin the Martian, Sylvester, Tweety, Daffy Duck and Taz - with the Jolly Kiddie Meal Looney Tunes.

Endless Looney Tunes playtime awaits kids with latest Jolly Kiddie Meal

With the licensed collectible set from the country’s largest fast-food chain, kids will surely have lots of fun playing with the Looney Tunes fun squad as they goof around and chase each other around the house and in the backyard, just like in the animated series!

Kids can place the ever-adorable Bugs Bunny on top of his skateboard and launch him in three different directions to escape Taz which can spin wildly by squeezing his legs. They can also let Marvin the Martian pilot his flying saucer with a pull of a cord to catch Daffy Duck who always gets thrown off a big ACME rocket when it hits a hard surface. They can also help Sylvester spring up using his pogo stick to reach sweet little Tweety Bird swinging inside her cage.

Collect all six toys 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 (P135), each with its own Jolly Joy Box.

So, what are you waiting for? Hurry and start collecting the Jolly Kiddie Meal Looney Tunes fun squad which is available until April 30 only. Go to the nearest Jollibee branch to complete all six toys!

Topics: Jollibee , Warner Bros. , Bugs Bunny , Marvin the Martian , Sylvester , Tweety , Daffy Duck , Taz , Jolly Kiddie Meal Looney Tunes
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