MCDONALD’S is giving customers 30% off food and drink for the next two weeks when they order through its app.

The deal includes all main menu items such as Big Macs, milkshakes and quarter pounders.

McDonald's has launched a new 30% off deal on its My McDonald's app


McDonald’s has launched a new 30% off deal on its My McDonald’s appCredit: SWNS:South West News Service

To give you an idea of what you could save, a single Big Mac would be reduced from £3.19 to £2.24 – a saving of 95p.

Or if you order a milkshake, you’ll pay £1.26 instead of £1.79 – a reduction of 53p.

Prices do vary between McDonald’s locations, but you’ll still get 30% off the price you pay.

The offer starts today and will last for two weeks, expiring on Sunday, November 15.

McDonald’s 30% off – which restautants AREN’T participating in the discount?

THE majority of McDonald’s 1,300 restaurants will be accepting the 30% off discount.

However, there are 40 branches that won’t be. This includes:

  • Croydon
  • Walworth Rd
  • Bham Dale End
  • Lincoln
  • Ashton-under-lyne
  • Lowestoft
  • Tonbridge
  • Rugby
  • Birkenhead
  • Falkirk
  • Praed Street
  • Llandudno
  • Highway Shadwell
  • Charlton
  • Beccles
  • Whitehall
  • Croydon Valley Park
  • Livingston 2
  • Eastbourne Ii
  • Tunbridge Wells Ii
  • Croydon 3 (Centrale)
  • West One Shopping Centre
  • Wimbledon Centre Court
  • Bracknell – The Keep
  • Chelmsford 2 Riverside
  • Greenhithe-the Railway Tavern
  • Victoria Station
  • Kings Cross – Ex Wendys
  • Shaftesbury Avenue – 2
  • Manchester – Arndale Food Chain
  • Waterloo Station
  • Earlswood
  • Asda Bournemouth
  • Asda Swindon
  • Asda Wallington
  • Wandsworth
  • Asda Slough
  • Norwich – Chapelfields
  • Paddington Station
  • Westfield Stratford City

But as it’s only valid from 11am until midnight each day, you won’t be able to get money off breakfast items.

To get the deal, you need to download the My McDonald’s app – this is free to do from the App Store or Google Play.

You’ll then see the 30% off voucher in the “deals” section of the app – click this, and the money off will automatically be applied when you pay.

The voucher – which is valid for both new and existing app users – can be used multiple times until November 15, so you can get 30% off more than once.

It’s also available in the majority of McDonald’s 1,300 restaurants – although 40 branches won’t be participating.

You can see the places that won’t be allowing the discount in the box above.

The money off will only be applied when you order for collection through the app – it doesn’t apply to orders made in restaurants or delivery.

McDonald’s fans in England will only be able to order food for pick up or delivery from this Thursday, November 5, as the nation goes into a second coronavirus lockdown.

The fast food chain doesn’t charge extra when you order for click and collect through its app.

We’ve asked McDonald’s is there is a minimum spend required, or if there is a maximum discount customers can get, and we’ll update this article when we know more.

If you’re tempted by the deal, you can use the McDonald’s restaurant finder tool to find your nearest branch.

This isn’t the only offer from McDonald’s – the fast food chain is giving away a free cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate.

It comes as McDonald’s brought out a new breakfast roll this month for fans looking to try something new.

But not everyone was happy about it saying the burger giant should prioritise bringing back breakfast wraps and bagels first.

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