Just one day after the limited-edition Travis Scott Meal debuted at select McDonald’s locations across the country, the rapper has dropped an exclusive merchandise collection featuring his signature Cactus Jack logo as well as the fast-food chain’s iconic Golden Arches, famous taglines, and fan-favorite menu items.
Exclusively available on shop.travisscott.com, the vintage-style product assortment includes a wide variety of t-shirts ($48-$68), hoodies ($88-$98), jackets ($128), shorts ($72-$250), boxers ($25), and pants ($108-$300). It also includes accessories such as hats ($44), ties ($45), and socks ($55 per 3-pack), as well as special items like basketball jersey ($150) and basketball ($75).
In addition to clothing items, the Cactus Jack x McDonald’s merchandise also includes homeware like floor rugs ($250), plastic cups ($25 per 10-pack), lunch tray ($30), lunch box ($45), blanket ($78), and a chicken nugget pillow ($90). A 6-foot tall cardboard cutout of the Travis Scott action figure, which was introduced in the artist’s 2015 album Rodeo, is also part of the lineup and costs $65.
The Travis Scott action figure is the star of McDonald’s newly released national commercial for the Travis Scott Meal. The $6 meal is made up of the rapper’s signature McDonald’s order, including a Quarter Pounder with cheese, sizzling bacon, and crisp lettuce; medium French fries with barbecue sauce to dip; and a cup of Sprite.
The Travis Scott Meal promotion runs until October 4th, while the Cactus Jack x McDonald’s merchandise will only be available for a very limited time or while supplies last.
“From featuring Travis’s favorite McDonald’s meal in our restaurants to his new score for our TV spot, to Cactus Jack x McDonald’s merch, this has been a true partnership from start to finish,” said McDonald’s U.S. Chief Marketing Officer Morgan Flatley in a statement. “It has been exciting to team up with a true brand fan whose creativity and love for our food shines through in each aspect of the collaboration.”
On top of the above-mentioned partnerships, Scott and his team have also designed custom apparel for the McDonald’s crew. The Grammy-nominated musician and the fast-food chain are also “exploring opportunities to support charitable organizations during their month-long” multi-tier collaboration.