Parents and children flocked to McDonald's restaurants yesterday to snap up the first of the Snoopy toys, despite reservations about the campaign. 'I will carry on coming in for McDonald's meals to collect the 28 Snoopys,' Candy Chu Wai-ping, 35, a mother of two girls, said at the Pacific Place branch. Her daughters, Cindy Fung Sin-man, five, and Judy Fung Sin-ming, three, liked to eat at the restaurants, she said. 'It's a very good strategy to get people to eat at McDonald's for 28 days. Even I wouldn't come here every day if it wasn't for this,' Ms Chu said. 'I don't think it's a great problem . . . even if I have to bring my daughters to eat here for 28 days consecutively.' Most parents said they would not take their children to the fast-food chain so often. At the Causeway Bay branch, four-year-old Vivian Ng said she liked McDonald's burgers and wanted to collect the whole set of Snoopys. But her father, Ng Wai-kin, 37, said: 'I only let my girl come to McDonald's once or twice a week. 'I won't let her collect the whole set.' At the Pacific Place branch, Gabrielle Ko sik-yu, three, said she often asked to go to McDonald's to eat french fries. But mother Jocelyn Ko Wong Shuk-ming said she had told her daughter she would only take her there once a week.