MCDONALD’S fans can tuck into a McMuffin for FREE by using this cashback offer.
It comes just as Maccies prepares to bring back its breakfast menu to 1,000 restaurants tomorrow, July 8.
McDonald’s addicts were left “heartbroken” when the fast food chain reopened its restaurants without its breakfast choices following the coronavirus virus.
Breakfast has already been reintroduced to 42 branches as part of an initial trial.
If you're already looking forward to your McMuffin fix, you can now get brekkie on the house by using a new cashback offer from TopCashback.
Cashback sites essentially give you money back when you shop.
McDonald's reduced menu – what is being added?
MCDONALD'S is adding six items to its reduced menu.
Here's what's being added from July 8:
- Mayo chicken
- Bacon mayo chicken,
- Hot chocolate
- Bacon double cheeseburger
- Happy Meal organic milk bottles
What's already on the reduced menu?
- Double Cheeseburger
- Big Mac
- Quarter Pounder with Cheese
- McChicken Sandwich
- Chicken McNuggets
- Chicken Selects
- Vegetable Deluxe
- Veggie Dippers
Sides & Desserts:
- Mozzarella Dippers
- Core McFlurry (Oreo, Maltesers, Smarties)
- Fruit Bag
- Diet Coke
- Coke Zero
- Black Coffee
- White Coffee
- Flat White
- Orange Juice
- Fruit Shoot
- Happy Meal Water
Happy Meal Variants:
- Happy Meal – Hamburger
- Happy Meal – Cheeseburger
- Happy Meal – Four Nuggets
- Happy Meal – Veggie Dippers
Simply buy your item through their website and registered purchases will automatically add cashback to your account.
You'll then need to add this balance back into your linked bank account.
The latest offer from TopCashback is for £10 cashback when you order from delivery app Just Eat.
It's for new members only, so sadly you won't be able to claim the offer if you're already a TopCashback user.
How to get £10 cashback from TopCashback
- Follow this link to TopCashback's website and sign up for free
- Follow a link from TopCashback to Just Eat
- Make your order and enjoy your food
- Wait for the £10 to roll into your TopCashback account
The money should appear back into your account in 14 days – you'll then to follow the instructions to transfer it back into your bank account.
If you spend under £10, you'll only get back the amount you spent, while orders over this amount will only qualify for £10 cashback.
The deal is valid until September 29, 2020, and can be used at any Just Eat restaurant.
Before the coronavirus crisis, McDonald's charged £2.99 for a double sausage and egg McMuffin, or a double bacon and egg McMuffin.
Single sausage and egg McMuffins, or single bacon and egg McMuffins cost £2.59, while an egg and cheese McMuffin would come to £2.19.
Prices do vary between restaurants, which may mean you end up paying slightly more or less than the above examples.
We've asked McDonald's if their breakfast prices are the same as before lockdown and we'll update this article when we know more.
As not all McDonald's restaurants use Just Eat to deliver – some have a partnership with Uber Eats instead – make sure you check what you can order.
You should also keep in mind that both delivery services will add a fee on top of your food order – this will vary depending on how far away you are from the restaurant.
As well as adding breakfast to over 1,000 sites, McDonald's also plans on adding milkshakes, chicken mayo sandwiches and more to its reduced menu.
Crucially, restaurants remain closed for dine-in orders, with McDonald's confirming today that they WON'T reopen on July 4.
This is despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirming that pubs and restaurants can reopen for customers to sit inside from that date.
McDonald's has also officially cancelled its Monopoly game, with the popular promotion not returning until 2021.
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