MCDONALD’S fans can score a saving on their snacks today – but they’ll have to be quick.
That’s especially the case as a number of menu favourites are on their way out the door in just DAYS, too.
The good news first: Anybody after a Maccies today can get £5 off their order.
The catch is that you have to spend at least £15 first though.
And it has to be on an order place through the My McDonald’s app.
Savvy savers spotted the snacking deal on bargain hunting site, hotukdeals.
The same deal was running yesterday too, but it comes to an end at midnight tonight, so hungry fans will have to be quick to cash-in, with just HOURS left to redeem.
It applies to anything on the menu so long as you meet the minimum order requirement.
That £15 doesn’t include delivery fees though – you have to stock up on at least £15 worth of grub to qualify for the fiver off.
It has to be an order placed through the app too – and that’s free to download.
Once you open up the app, you can apply the discount via the deals page.
Then just choose whether you’d like to collect your discounted snacks via Drive-thru, click and serve, takeaway or in restaurant instead.
Importantly though, you can only use the deal one time, so you’ll have to tot up your basket carefully.
When you do so, you might want to take your pick of the four items that are in fact LEAVING Maccies’ menu this week.
McDonald’s launched a major menu change with all new items entering the line-up at the end of April.
Sadly their time is coming to an end, which means fans don’t have long to get a last taste.
Products like the popular McSpicy chicken burger, and the Grand Big Mac will only be available to buy until June 7.
We’ll also see the Flake McFlurry and its raspberry twin disappear from the range too.
But not all is lost, as the fast-food giant will be sure to plug the gap with more exciting products in their absence.
We don’t yet know exactly what McDonald’s will replace the departing menu items with, but we will update this story once we know more.
The fast food giant switches up its menus roughly every six weeks to give fans a bigger range of choice, so it won’t be the end of shake-ups like this either.
Just keep in mind that stock is subject to availability if you are after a last ditch taste of the current range.
You can check whether your local restaurant has your favourites with its store locator or on the app though.
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