McDonald's is slashing the price of its Happy Meals for 24 hours – how to claim | The Sun

FAST food giant McDonald's is slashing the price of its Happy Meal for 24 hours.

The home of the Big Mac is selling the firm favourite for £1 tomorrow, but foodies will have to order via the My McDonald's app.

The menu item usually costs £3.59 so customers are saving £2.59, or 72%.

Fast food fans can also pick up a single McMuffin for £1.19 tomorrow morning – a 30% discount.

Of course, the exact amount you will save depends on which restaurant you order from as prices can vary from branch to branch.

Anyone looking to snap the offer up will need to go the "Offers" section of the app.

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Bear in mind, the offer is subject to availability and customers can only get one McMuffin or Happy Meal each.

You also have to be over 18.

The offer is also not available at the following restaurants:

  • Croydon
  • Birmingham Dale End
  • Lincoln
  • Ashton-under-Lyne
  • Lowestoft
  • Tonbridge
  • Rugby
  • Falkirk
  • Praed Street
  • Llandudno
  • Charlton
  • Beccles
  • Whitehall
  • Livingston
  • Eastbourne
  • Tunbridge Wells
  • Croydon (Centrale)
  • Wimbledon Centre Court
  • Chelmsford Riverside
  • Kings Cross
  • Earlswood
  • Asda Bournemouth
  • Asda Swindon
  • Asda Wallington
  • Wandsworth
  • Asda Slough
  • Paddington Train Station

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It comes after McDonald's released six all-new items last Wednesday, including a Philly Cheese Stack and M&M Halloween McFlurry.

Fans have already called for the Philly Cheese Stack to be made a permanent addition.

Foodies aren't so sure on the £1.99 Toffee Apple Pie though.

Meanwhile, Maccie's customers were left fuming yesterday after several restaurants' card payment systems went down.

How to save money at McDonald's

Looking to save money on your next Maccie's trip? Here's a couple of quick tricks you can use.

Make sure you sign up to the My McDonald's app and enter your date of birth.

The fast food giant hands out offers on your birthday such as discounts, deals and freebies.

Make sure you keep hold of any old receipts too – they come with instructions to fill in a feedback survey on McDonald's website.

Once you've done this you'll be sent a special code which you can use to redeem a burger and fries for just £1.99.

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