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People In Australia Can Get $2 Big Macs And $1 McFlurrys As Part Of McDonald's 30 Days 30 Deals This November

People In Australia Can Get $2 Big Macs And $1 McFlurrys As Part Of McDonald's 30 Days 30 Deals This November

Fast food restaurants aren't known for being wildly expensive, but we definitely won't say no to a bargain when we see one.

McDonald's Australia has taken it up a notch by offering outrageous deals on some of their best items. Part of the '30 Days 30 Deals' scheme, each of the promotions are all only available for 24 hours, with a new deal for each day of November.

For example, you can pick up a Big Mac for $2 on 20 November or a McFlurry for just $1 on 4 November.

The fast food juggernaut adds that you can also get a six-pack of Chicken McNuggets for just $2 (29 November), two small Quarter Pounder meals for $8 (9 November), a Small Cheeseburger meal plus an extra cheeseburger for $3 (3 November). Out-bloody-rageous.

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You can get a Big Mac for a tasty $2 on 20 November in Australia. Credit: Pexels
You can get a Big Mac for a tasty $2 on 20 November in Australia. Credit: Pexels

Jo Feeney, marketing director at McDonald's Australia, says: "We know our customers love the great deals they get from us year-round so we're excited to bring back one of our biggest promotions ever, which includes our most iconic menu items."

The deals lasts all through November and can only be accessed through the company's smartphone app. So you better get in quick to get the most out of the offer because once December rolls around, we'll all be forking out loads more for the burgers, meals and nuggets.

Here's the full list of promotions this month:

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November 1: Big Mac, $1

November 2: Two small Big Mac meals, $7

November 3: Small cheeseburger meal and an extra cheeseburger, $3

November 4: McFlurry, $1

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November 5: McChicken, $2

November 6: Large shake, $2

November 7: Large fries, $1

November 8: Cheeseburger, $1

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November 9: Two small Quarter Pounder meals, $8

November 10: Mate's Share Pack - 18 McNuggets and two large fries, $8

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November 11: Large sundae, $1

November 12: Large fries, $1

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November 13: Cheeseburger, $1

November 14: Chicken McBites and small fries, $2

November 15: Two small Quarter Pounder meals, $8

November 16: McHappy Day

November 17: Small cheeseburger meal and extra cheeseburger, $4

November 18: McChicken, $2

November 19: McFlurry, $1.50

November 20: Big Mac, $2

November 21: Large fries, $1

November 22: Two small McChicken meals, $8

November 23: Mate's Share Pack - 18 McNuggets and two large fries, $8

November 24: Small Big Mac meal and cheeseburger, $5

November 25: Large shake, $2

November 26: Chicken McBites and small fries, $2

November 27: Small Big Mac meal and cheeseburger, $5

November 28: McChicken, $2

November 29: Six chicken McNuggets, $2

November 30: Small cheeseburger meal and extra cheeseburger, $4

Featured Image Credit: McDonald's

Topics: Food, Community, Australia

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