McDonalds customers can pick up Big Mac and fries for £1.99 every single time

McDonalds customers can pick up Big Mac and fries for £1.99 every single time

A clever discount hack means McDonald's fans can get a cheap Big Mac and fries deal.

The Big Mac meal usually costs £4.79 if it's in a medium size, which means you could save a whopping £2.80.

If you want to grab yourself a cheap deal at the fast food giant, it's all very easy to do.

Just head online and fill out a survey telling the burger joint what you thought about your last meal.

To get the promotion, you'll need to buy something from McDonald's and keep the receipt.

There will be a 12-digit code that you'll need to enter on the McDonald's Food for Thought website.

So once you've shared your opinion, you'll then be given a 5-digit code.

Write this down on your original receipt, take it to your nearest McDonald's and order your £1.99 Big Mac and fries.

If you don't fancy a Big Mac, you can choose from a Fillet-O-Fish, or Vegetable Deluxe instead and swap out the fries for a side salad.

There is no minimum you need to spend to get the 12-digit code, so you can just buy the cheapest item on the menu.

You could buy a 20p sauce including BBQ, sweet chilli or sour cream and chive.

But just remember you'll only have 60 days from receiving your receipt to do the survey.

And get this… There isn't any cap on how many times you can fill out the Food for Thought website.

So yes, that means you can bag yourself a Big Mac and fries for £1.99 every single time.

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In other McDonald's news, today we revealed the mystery story behind the fast food clown.

Ronald McDonald used to be the face of the chain until he took a break from public life in 2016.

He had become affiliated with a disturbing trend that had sprung up in the US with people dressing like clowns.

The trend spread across the globe, with some even brandishing weapons.

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