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.
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!