If you’re biting your nails trying to figure out where your McNugget fix is going to come from after lockdown, look no further. Not only will McDonald’s be staying open but they have also introduced a two-week discount!
With the countless new menu items and constant deals, it seems that McDonald’s is having a pretty good year. And, to continue the trend into lockdown, McDonald’shas organised a 30% off discount for the next two weeks.
The deal has already started and will be ending on Sunday the 15th of November. So, make sure you get in a few good trips before then.
To use the discount all you need to do is place your order through the McDonald’s app. Open up the app and head straight into the deals section. Then you can select the 30% off discount and order your self some treats as normal. You don’t need to lift a finger outside of that as the discount will be automatically applied to your order.
This means that for two weeks you will be able to score a Big Mac or a Quarter Pounder with Cheese for just £3.39. Although, we must note that the discount does not apply to sides, meal deals or saver menu items.
If the news of a 30% discount isn’t enough for you, then you’ll be pleased to know that the discount can be used an unlimited amount of times. So, if your dream were to eat a week’s worth of Macca’s, now would be a good time to do so.
To use the discount you need to have downloaded, registered and signed into theMcDonald’sapp. To do so you need to be over the age of 16. And, unfortunately, the 30% off discount can’t be used in conjunction with any other deals you may have set up, but that just means you can save it for next time!
Earlier this week McDonald’s announced that it would be keeping its stores open during lockdown for drive-thru, delivery and takeaway orders and the full menu would be kept in place. McDonald’s UK & Ireland CEO Paul Pomroy explained:
At 00.01am on Thursday we will close our dining areas across England but, in line with Government guidance, we will remain open for takeaway, Drive-Thru and McDelivery via Uber Eats and Just Eat. Following the first lockdown, together with our franchisees, we made significant changes to our restaurant operations and kitchens to enhance our health and safety procedures to help keep you our customers and our employees safe.
Safety measures are set to include hand washing every 30 minutes, less staff scheduled on each shift as well as sanitiser being supplied for all staff and delivery partners.
Customers will also be expected to adhere by social distancing rules, wear masks and follow floor marked routes that will be put in place for takeaways and delivery drivers. Pomroy continued:
The safety of you and our employees is an absolute priority to us. I am incredibly proud of how our restaurant teams have continued to adapt to the new ways of working and I am also grateful for your understanding as we have all got to grips with a new normal. Once again, as we all adjust, I would ask you to be patient with our teams. Covid-19 continues to affect many thousands of people, and I know these latest restrictions will impact many people in different ways. I hope you and your loved ones stay safe and well.