The weekend is here folks, and if you fancy pigging out, you're in luck. Watch Jack Whitehall and his dad try a McPlant burger here:
McDonald's has very kindly reduced some of its popular treats to just 99p for a limited time only.
The only string attached is that you have to order the items through the Maccies app, and there's a different deal on each day, so you'll have to time your purchase to pick up your favourite food for a fraction of the usual price.
Oh, and the other string is that you can only use each deal once per day.
The reductions are to celebrate National Vegetarian Week, and unsurprisingly a lot of the reductions are on veggie offerings - though quite surprisingly some of them are on meaty foods... happy National Vegetarian Week one and all!
Today (Friday 20 May), it's the McPlant burger which you can grab for 99p, down from £3.39.
If you've not tried one yet, it features 'a vegan sesame bun, mustard, ketchup, vegan sauce, fresh onion, pickles, lettuce, tomato and vegan cheese, with a patty co-developed with Beyond Meat, which is accredited as vegan by the Vegetarian Society'.
Veggies can also pick up 99p veggie dippers on Monday, while meat munchers can get cheeseburgers and nuggets over the coming days.
You can see the run down of offers here:
. 20 May - 99p McPlant, usually £3.39 - save £2.40
. 21 May - 99p Triple cheeseburger, usually £2.29 - save £1.30
. 22 May - Spend £20 save £5
. 23 May - 99p chicken McNuggets or veggie dippers, usually £3.39 - save £2.30
. 24 May - £1.79 double quarter pounder with cheese, usually £4.39 - save £2.60
Earlier this week, McDonald's confirmed it would be selling its restaurants in Russia.
Maccies is selling every branch in the country 30 years after the burger chain became a powerful symbol of easing Cold War tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union.
The company shuttered hundreds of locations in March after Russia invaded Ukraine, which has cost McDonald's about 55 million dollars (£44 million) per month.
An existing McDonald's licensee, Alexander Govor, who operates 25 restaurants in Siberia, has agreed to buy McDonald's 850 Russian restaurants and operate them under a new name, the Chicago burger giant said on Thursday (19 May).
McDonald's did not disclose the terms of the sale. It is the first time the company has 'de-arched' or exited a major market.
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