McDonald's Is Giving Away Free Cheesy Flatbreads When You Buy A Hot Drink
Everybody loves a freebie, don't they? Well, Maccies fans in particular are in for a treat next week - the fast food chain has said it'll be offering its cheese and bacon flatbreads for free, and all you have to do to get one is buy a hot drink.
To bag one you'll need to download the app, then order (and pay for) a hot drink before 10.30am between Monday and Sunday (April 8-14).
You will actually have to go in to the restaurant, as it's not available in the drive-thru, but can be claimed with collection, takeaway or tale service in Maccies' UK restaurants.
Given that a cheesy bacon flatbread usually costs £1.39, and the cheapest drink is 79p for an espresso, or 99p for a tea (these can vary between different restaurants), that's a 50p saving AND a free breakfast, guys - no brainer.
Maccies unveiled the flatbread in 2017, and it has been a welcome addition to the chain's hangover-curing breakfast menu ever since. It joined such delicacies as the classic sausage and egg McMuffin, as well as more niche options such as the breakfast wrap, or the indulgence of their pancakes with sausage and bacon.
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New and existing app users are all eligible to claim the free brekkie, but you can only get one free per person, so pick your day wisely.
If you don't have it already, you can download it on iPhones through the App Store, or Android users can get it on Google Play.
All you need to do to sign up is create an account with your email address and name - a small price to pay for free food, I think we can all agree.
As fans will know, we're part way through the annual addiction that is McDonald's Monopoly, where you make that vital choice between 'bikini bod' or month-long Maccies binge. If you're not aware, the chain runs a campaign every year where you can win a whole load of stuff, from free burgers to Mini Coopers, just by collecting the stickers attached to the packaging.
One girl took it a step too far, though, when she rinsed her bank account of £121 on McDonald's food in the hope of winning big - only to find out she had only won a Kindle book and a couple of free meals. Unlucky mate.
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