It’s another McDonald’s Monday! Filet-o-Fish fans can snap up a burger for 99p as chain announces latest weekly deal
- On June 28, people are able to get any breakfast roll for just £1.99, saving £2.50
- Customers can tuck into either bacon or sausage McMuffins to kick off the week
- Deals continue into day and people can save £2.50 and bag a Filet-o-Fish for 99p
McDonald’s has launched its latest round of Monday deals, offering fans of the Filet-o-Fish the chance to snap up a burger for just 99p.
On June 28, people are able to get any breakfast roll for just £1.99 by using the My McDonald’s App, saving £1.20, or a Filet-o-Fish for 99p, saving £2.50.
The deal is only available on the app, meaning customers ordering from third parties such as Deliveroo, JustEat and UberEats won’t be able to get the offers.
The treats continue into the day and the app will hook you up with a Filet-o-Fish for just 99p, saving you a glorious £2.50
McDonald’s teased customers with two amazing deals which will start your morning off right and people are able to get any breakfast roll for just £1.99 by using the My McDonald’s App
It’s the latest in a line of Monday deals offered by the chain to tempt customers through the doors at the start of the week.
Restaurants are open for walk-in, takeaway, and customers can order via the Drive-thru, McDelivery and Click & Serve using the My McDonald’s App.
McDonald’s breakfast is available from 6am-11am, and McDonald’s lunchtime menu is available from 11am daily.
It comes after McDonald’s teased the return of its popular Monopoly game – after it was cancelled last year due to the pandemic.
McDonald’s has delighted fans by launching four new limited edition items on its menu across the UK, including the BBQ bacon stack burger (£4.79)
Although the exact date is yet to be confirmed, the fast food chain said the game will return towards the end of summer.
Details about the return remain vague, and it is unknown what prizes will be given away, but previous winners have bagged £100,000 in cash and Mini Cooper cars.
The game, which normally launches in spring, first started in 2005, and was due to start before restaurants across the UK closed on March 23 last year.
McDonald’s initially said it would postpone the start date of its Monopoly giveaway, but ended up scrapping it for the first time in 15 years.
Meanwhile mozzarella dippers will be available in a box of three for £1.89 or nine for £5.09 (pictured)
Meanwhile foodies will also rejoice the return of old favourites to the menu, including Aero McFlurries
However, the chain has delighted fans by announcing the return of its Bacon Clubhouse Double and the Chicken Deluxe for its summer menu.
The £4.79 Bacon Clubhouse Double Burger is 667 calories and is made from two 100 per cent beef patties, two rashers of Beechwood smoked bacon, a slice of cheddar cheese, onions, tomato, lettuce and Special Sauce in a golden brioche bun.
For those who prefer chicken, the fast food giant has also brought back the Chicken Deluxe burger for £4.39.
Made of two crunchy Chicken Selects layered with smooth Emmental cheese, lettuce, and red onions, it’s topped with a zesty tomato relish and cool mayo.
Other classic faves recently returned are those little balls of joy – Cheese and Herb Melts (£1.89) served with a rich tomato dip and the Galaxy Chocolate McFlurry and the Galaxy Caramel McFlurry (£1.39) – back by popular demand.
The ultimate chocolatey dessert made from soft dairy ice cream, swirled with Galaxy chocolate pieces and either a chocolate or smooth caramel sauce. Both available as a Mini McFlurry (£0.99).
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