Big Mac + Fries (or Side Salad) + other meals for £1.99

Big Mac + Fries (or Side Salad) + other meals for £1.99

Within the Metro Newspaper on 7th June there are a bunch of McDonald’s vouchers inside to give the following deals:

  • £1.99 Big Mac or McChicken Sandwich with a side salad or medium fries: 85868816
  • £1.99 Quarter Pounder with cheese with a side salad or medium fries: 81734016
  • £1.99 Filet-O-Fish with a side salad or medium fries: 81735280

To save time you should be able to enter the above codes into the self-service tills but it’s worth ensuring you have the physical vouchers as well.

Download the full newspaper page (direct from Metro) (backup link)
Or just the vouchers 

Terms apply: 

PRESENT YOUR VOUCHER BEFORE
PLACING ORDER. OFFER VALID AFTER
11.00AM UNTIL 03.07.22. NOT VALID AT
RESTAURANTS WITH A DRIVE-THRU.
Voucher redeemable subject to availability for stated offer
at participating UK restaurants. No cash or other alternative
available. One offer per voucher holder per day. Scanned or
photocopied vouchers not acceptable. Voucher will be retained.
Not for resale or in conjunction with any other promotional offer. Must be 16 years or older to redeem.



What other offers work long-term at McDonald’s?

  1. If you buy anything from McDonald’s (cheapest items are a single espresso, pineapple stick, carrot bag, mini mcflurry or skimmed milk at £0.79 each), at the bottom of your receipt there is details of a short survey, complete that survey and you get a code for £1.99 big mac and fries, rinse and repeat!
  2. Use the McDonald’s app to secure discounts.

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