To celebrate the launch of its revamped mobile ordering app, McDonald's is offering new members a whopping 25 per cent off their first order. If you're buying for the family, that's a pretty big saving and well worth downloading the free app for. Here are the details!
The original Mymacca's App wasn't much cop. It promised to let you pre-order and pay for your meal at the press of a button, but suffered from a buggy interface and frequent crashes; especially on older phone models.
Thankfully, the new-look app - available for iOS and Android - is a lot more user friendly. Normally this would not be newsworthy, but McDonald's is currently offering 25% off your first order using the app, menu-wide.
The only stipulation is that you must spend a minimum of $10 to get the discount. When you consider most burger meals now cost in excess of $12, that's not too stingy at all. If you're buying for the whole family, all the better!
Here are the terms and conditions:
Offer entitles you to 25% off your order with a minimum spend of $10. Redeem the offer by applying it to your mobile order in the mymacca's® app. Offer available for 7 days after joining. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Offer must be used in a single transaction. Parent/carer must be present for child under 14 to redeem. Available at participating restaurants only. Not redeemable via McDelivery. Offer may be revoked for any reason in McDonald's ultimate discretion.
Note: if you're an existing Mymacca's App user, simply delete the app from your phone and sign up for a new account. An unscrupulous person could keep doing this to score multiple 25%-off meals for the duration of the promotion. Just sayin'.
For the best bang-for-buck, we recommend going hog-wild on the Loose Change menu. You could grab four McDoubles and two large Frozen Cokes for $10.50! If you go at lunchtime, try ordering two Double Beef N Bacon lunch deals for $7.50 - or four meals for $15! The possibilities are only limited by your intestinal fortitude.
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