When his McDonald’s collaboration was released in October 2020, it came with a Big Mac, medium fries with ketchup, and an Oreo McFlurry. Prices for the meal varied, but those who ordered through the McDonald’s app could get the McFlurry for free.
The official collaboration with the reggaeton star is no longer available on the McDonald’s menu, but I ordered each item as it appeared in the original release. I spent $14.27, plus taxes and fees, at my local McDonald’s in Brooklyn, New York.
The pickles are usually my favorite part of any McDonald’s burger, so I was interested to see if I would like the Big Mac without them.
Regardless, it still had all the other standard toppings: shredded lettuce, chopped onions, American cheese, and a creamy layer of Big Mac sauce.
I was a little confused as to why the celebrity meal involved taking something off the burger, rather than adding it. To me, it didn’t seem worth it — I personally love pickles. I would have liked the burger to have added bacon, tomato, or another ingredient to make it slightly more interesting.