Shonen Jump magazine, the same magazine behind manga like Naruto, One Piece, and Dragon Ball, is collaborating with McDonald’s. As expected, this team-up will feature plenty of nice freebies for dine-in customers, as well as Jump readers. For McDonald’s diners, they can can access free Shonen Jump manga via the Jump+ app. However, they can only do so if they use the WiFi of one of McDonald’s roughly 2,900 locations in Japan.

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However, the collaboration will only be allowing parts of 20 manga titles to be viewed for free. These titles include One Piece, Gintama, Hunter X Hunter, My Hero Academia, and Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs.

As for Jump readers, those who purchase the magazine’s 40th issue, die out on 3rd September, will get a free ticket. This ticket would then entitle the bearer to receive a free hamburger from any of the participating McDonald’s restaurants in Japan. However, they must redeem those burgers quickly, as they would expire by 9th September.

source: Anime! Anime!