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McDonald's Is Doing Free Delivery All Week In Australia

McDonald's Is Doing Free Delivery All Week In Australia

You'll get to eat as much as you want without forking out for delivery.

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie

McDonald's is trying to make us all feel a little better by doing free delivery for the whole of this week.

The company has teamed up with Menulog to ensure you don't have to pay any more than the price of the burger or nuggets.

The promotion kicked off this morning (Monday February 22) and will last until 11:59pm Sunday night.

That's seven days, 168 hours or 10,080 minutes of ordering food without being stung for extra delivery prices.

You're probably thinking: "There has to be a catch, there just has to be."

Sadly for you, yes there is.

There is a minimum spend to access the free delivery, so you can't just order some nuggets and expect to keep your hard earned cash.

Last week, Macca's unveiled its new look menu items and people were well and truly blown away.

McDonald's Australia Marketing Manager Amanda Nakad said: "We are constantly listening to what our customers want and innovating our menu to provide even more choices at Macca's.

"Our new Mixed Berry or Tropical fruit smoothies feature at least one serve of fruit, no added sugar and no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

"To give our customers more choice, we've also launched protein smoothies for an extra boost available in both flavours."

There are four new smoothies that you'll be able to guzzle until your heart's content, including Mixed Berry Smoothie, Tropical Smoothie, Mixed Berry Protein Booster Smoothie, and Tropical Protein Booster Smoothie.

There's also a bunch of new wraps that are now available, such as an Omelette Wrap, Honey Soy Chicken McWrap, Aioli Chicken McWrap, Honey Soy Chicken Salad, and Classic Chicken Salad.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Australia