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McDonald’s Drastically Cuts Price Of Menu Favourites For One Day Only

McDonald’s Drastically Cuts Price Of Menu Favourites For One Day Only

There are a couple of options on offer

McDonald’s is slashing the price of two of its menu items today, with both on offer for just 99p. 

The fast-food chain has reduced the price of one item from its breakfast menu and another from its main menu, but you’ll need to be quick as the offer is only available today. 

If you’re looking to nab yourself a cheap breakfast, then a regular McMuffin is 99p today – rather than its usual price of £2.29 – and is available up until 11am. 

A Quarter Pounder with Cheese is just 99p.

Once the breakfast menu is done for the day, you can also snap up a Quarter Pounder with Cheese for just 99p. A Quarter Pounder with Cheese would usually set you back about £3.39, so there’s decent savings to be made up until midnight when the offer ends. 

To grab yourself one of the bargain meals, you’ll need to use the McDonald’s app, which is free to download.

Once you’ve got the app, you can head to the deals page, make your order and then decide whether you want it to be click and serve, takeaway or eat-in. 

McDonald’s has announced it will be offering special deals on Monday via its app, so it’s worth downloading and keeping an eye on it for updated offers. Last week it was offering six McNuggets for 99p and Double McMuffin for £1.79.

A McMuffin is on offer for 99p for one day only.

And if fast-food is your kind of thing, then you may be interested to learn that a UK company is on the hunt for ‘takeaway testers’, who will be tasked with tucking into some fast-food favourites including large Big Mac meals and a Meatball Marinara sub from Subway.

As well as the free scran, the company will also pay a whopping £1,000 for the month-long project.

After chowing down, the tester will be required to fill in a diary with information about how they feel after consuming the meal – they’ll be asked to comment on various factors including how full they feel, their energy levels and overall satisfaction. 


The information will be fed back to, which, alongside a nutritionist, will create a guide that showcases the best meals for tradespeople on the go. 

No experience is necessary for the role, but obviously a love of fast food will help and candidates will need to be at least 18 to apply. 

If you fancy applying you can do so here – you have until Friday 27 May to get your application in and those who have bagged themselves the job will be notified shortly after.

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Topics: UK News, Food And Drink, McDonalds