How to get £15 worth of McDonald’s for £10 tomorrow


MCDONALD’S fans can get £15 worth of food for £10 tomorrow by using the chain’s app.

Hungry customers will have to spend £15 or more on grub to get a fiver knocked off their bill.

Maccies fans can get their fix for a fiver less if they spend £15 or over tomorrow

The offer is part of a week’s worth of mega deals the chain is rolling out, which ends on Tuesday next week (March 23).

Tomorrow’s offer is available at any time of the day – so you’ll be able to get a fiver off whether you’re ordering breakfast, lunch or dinner.

McDonald’s breakfast is available from 6am-11am and the lunchtime menu is available from 11am daily. 

However, to get the deal, you’ll have to order through the My McDonald’s app and then collect it from your store.

This means you won’t be able to get the deal if you walk in and order your meal, or if you opt for home delivery.

You can find out where your local McDonald‘s branch is by using the restaurant’s store locator tool on its website.

The MyMcDonald’s app can be downloaded on iPhone and Android phones and is quick to set up.

You need to enter card details or use Apple Pay, Android Pay or Samsung Pay – the built in digital wallets on phones.

Once you’ve set up your account, head to the Deals section of the app where the offer will be.

If you can’t wait until Sunday, then Maccies has a deal that customers can use today.

You can get three Chicken Selects for £1.49, instead of paying the usual £3.79 for the snack.

If you’re still hungry after your £15 feast for a tenner on Sunday, then on Monday you can get Chicken McNuggets for 99p.

The week of deals ends on Tuesday on a cracker – fans can get a whopping 30% off all food and drink orders.

The one-time deal is valid that day, March 23 – or any day for the two weeks after that.

Everything is included in the 30% deal – McMuffins for breakfast, Happy Meals and Big Macs.

n its latest menu update McDonald’s has brought back its Grand Big Mac and Homestyle Crispy Chicken burger.

But the menu will change again to make room for new products later this month, leaving some fans “raging”.

It was a similar story when Katsu nuggets sold out before the last menu change.