All of your waiting has paid off. McDonald's Canada Summer Drink Days 2020 starts on June 29 and you can get so many beverages for just $1 or $2. It's time to get excited!\nThe fast-food restaurant has been teasing this year's return of Summer Drink Days on Twitter for weeks now.\nDue to the pandemic, it has taken a bit longer to get everything back up and running safely while meeting Canadians' hunger for McD's.\nHowever, the wait is almost over!\nStarting on June 29, you can get small or medium iced coffees and any size fountain drink for $1.\nYou can also buy a small or medium Minute Maid slushie, a small real fruit smoothie or a small iced frappé for $2.\nThough it's important to remember that both of these deals are before tax. So, you might need more than just a loonie or a toonie.\nThis year, Summer Drink Days will be available with Mobile Order & Pay through their app for curbside or drive-thru pick up.\nIf a location has a drive-thru, you can pull up and get this deal there.\nThe $1 and $2 beverages are also available for takeout at restaurants where that service is offered.\nHappy sipping!\nView this post on Instagram Here’s to (almost) the first day of summer! ⛱️☀️ #SummerDrinkDays A post shared by McDonald’s Canada (@mcdonaldscanada) on Jun 20, 2019 at 1:00pm PDT\nMcDonald's Canada told Narcity that the love for Summer Drink Days is widespread across the country and has been for more than a decade now.\nThe year 2019 marked 10 years of the fast-food chain's summer beverage promotion in Canada.\nView this post on Instagram Cheers to Spring! 🌸Celebrate with an indulgent Oreo Cookie Coffee Iced Frappé today. 📷:@Jadecouz A post shared by McCafé Canada (@mccafecanada) on Apr 24, 2019 at 9:59am PDT\nIn May, the restaurant announced that it would be gradually reintroducing takeout services with enhanced safety measures starting at 30 locations.\nThose spots have been testing out those new measures.\nMore locations are set to follow suit and offer takeout services again.\nAfter the pandemic started in Canada, McDonald's moved to a temporary limited menu that made 10 items unavailable to maintain distance in kitchens.\nHowever, that doesn't affect Summer Drink Days.