McDonald's is currently selling six chicken McNuggets for $2 - which works out to a paltry 30 cents per nugget. The deal also comes with a dipping sauce. However, you can't just order at the counter of your local Macca's outlet. Here's how to get the deal.
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Reverse engineering Macca's famed McNuggets is not for the faint-hearted. One plucky member of Facebook's "Homemade McDonalds" group took the challenge on head first -- and has created her own version of The Nuggs that are so, so close to the original, she never has to visit Macca's again. Here's how you can make your own Chicken McNuggets at home.
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!
Outside of ordering chicken nuggs for potential Lifehacker articles, I wasn't a big fan of McDonald's "mymacca's" app. It was clunky and constantly kicked me out - not things I was all that happy with when you're trying to order fast food. But now, Maccas has overhauled the app! So how is it?
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