There's no doubt the we've all relied on fast food many times in our lives. We've all got our favorite, turn to in a pinch, place to go for a quick meal.

For many in Wyoming, the first place out of your mouth is McDonald's.

We've asked before, which restaurant has your favorite French Fry. The answer from a ton of people is ALWAYS, the golden arches.

Did you know that you can get FREE French Fries from McDonald's all over Wyoming every Fryday? If you have their app and spend at least a dollar.

McDonalds Fries

Did you know that on National French Fry Day (July 13th) you can get FREE McDonald's French Fries of any size on their app? No purchase necessary.

Not a bad way to celebrate a Thursday, right?

In May there was a new survey done, CivicScience asked over 7,000 people about their favorite fast food French Fry, nearly half chose McDonald's. The other half was made up of all the other fast food chains.

Here's what the results look like:

French Fries Graph

On their website,, the restaurant giant says the reason their fries are the best is

The most common potatoes we use for McDonald's fries include the Russet Burbank, Russet Ranger, Umatilla Russet and the Shepody—varieties known for producing a flavorful fry that's crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside.

There's also another key ingredient that makes the fries world famous and that's an additive to the oil they use...

 When our suppliers partially fry our cut potatoes, they use an oil blend that contains beef flavoring. This ensures the great-tasting and recognizable flavor we all love from our World Famous Fries®. The fries are cooked in our kitchens, seasoned with salt, and served hot to you.

No additional purchase is necessary to snag the free fries at participating locations, but registration on the app is required.

How's that for a great addition to your Thursday?

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