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McDonald's Launches Two-Week 30 Percent Off Sale

McDonald's Launches Two-Week 30 Percent Off Sale

McDonald's has launched a 30 percent off sale that applies to its entire main menu, with the discount available to anyone with the MyMcDonald's app.

To take us through the next couple of weeks - when we'll no doubt need any boost we can get - the sale runs from 11am on Monday 2 November until Sunday 15 November.

To enjoy the slashed prices on all your favourite main meals, all you have to do is order through the MyMcDonald's app.

Simply open it up and tap on the 'Deals' section, before placing your order for the selected item (or items, let's face it) at a participating restaurant near you.

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You don't have to do anything else, as the discount is automatically applied once you've selected the deal.

That means Big Macs down to £3.39, Chicken Legends costing just £3.89, and Quarter Pounders with cheese coming in at £3.39 - although it won't apply to meal deals, sides or items on the Saver Menu.

Better still, you can use the discount as much as you like during the next two weeks, as there's no limit on how many times you can redeem it.

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You just need to be aged 16 or over and to have downloaded, registered and signed into the app. Also, it's worth bearing in mind that you can't use it in conjunction with any other offer or promotion.

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Yesterday McDonald's confirmed that takeaways, deliveries and Drive-Thru will still be available during the second lockdown.

Paul Pomroy, CEO McDonald's UK & Ireland, said: "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.

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"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."

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Pomroy said these measures include fewer people working on each shift, additional screens in kitchens and service areas, hand washing at least every 30 minutes and the provision of sanitiser for staff, delivery partners and customers.

Customers will also be asked to respect social distancing guidelines by wearing face coverings when entering the restaurant.

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Floor markings will be used for takeaway, with routes signposted for customers and delivery partners. Surfaces and equipment, including self-order screens and card readers, will be cleaned even more regularly, while staff will be provided with additional protective equipment including face coverings and contactless thermometers to check their temperature.

He 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.

Pomroy added: "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."

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