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How good are Big Macs? You can imagine my surprise when I found out that only one in five millennials have tried one. Come on, lads. Sort it out.
Luckily for those of you who haven't yet experienced the deliciousness of the daddy of burgers, there's a way of getting one (and fries!) for just £1.99. I shit you not.
Apparently you can, and it's totally legit and not illegal. That's nice to know.
HotUKDeals claim that by using the new digital ordering screen at the fast food chains, you can make the most of the offer.
Simply follow these instructions:
The person who shared the trick on the site, (with the username 'decrypt') said: "Walk into any McDonald's that has the new digital ordering screens.
"Click 'I have a voucher code' button (top right of screen)
"Open your smart phone and zoom into the barcode on the image I put in the link
"Smile as you now have burger and fries for £1.99
"If they ask for the voucher just say, 'sorry it's on my phone.
"I have been dong this for months now.
Here's the barcodes...
Apparently, lots of people have been using the barcodes and they've been working.
How About This Awesome Looking Maccies?
Most of us feel like once we've seen one McDonald's, we've seen them all. And generally you'd be right. They're all clean and modern looking, right?
Look at this fancy AF Maccies.
I can imagine a knight sitting at one of these tables, chowing down on a Big Mac and fries.
Imagine rocking up here after a night of
irresponsible drinking; you'd think you'd time travelled or something.
The fast-food restaurant, which is in Shropshire, has features which date back to the 12th century and comes with stained glass windows, exposed stone walls and wooden balconies.
The owners have added wooden tables, pews and chairs to keep it looking traditional.
I know McDonald's isn't known as an ideal date location, but I reckon any girl would be happy to be brought here.
Sadly though, you will probably never get the chance, because after 34 long years of flipping burgers and salting fries the restaurant is set to close its doors for the final time.
A McDonald's spokesperson said: "We are sad to confirm that our Shrewsbury restaurant will close on February 25 after 34 years of trading when the lease expires."
Damn. Maybe try a KFC?
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