McDonald's to launch 'January sale' and the first discount starts on Monday | The Sun
MCDONALD'S is launching a "January sale" from Monday and fans will be thrilled.
The fast-food giant will be offering discounts and offers every day until January 27.
For the first offer out the door on Monday, McDonald’s fans will be able to get their hands on either a Big Mac or Quarter Pounder for just £1.49.
On Tuesday the chain is dishing out 15% off with a £10 minimum spend, followed by a £5 back offer when you spend £15 on Wednesday.
Other offers in the first week of deals include a £1.99 core item on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
As well as 10% off with a £10 minimum spend on Friday.
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Here's the full list of offers coming next week:
- Monday, January 16– £1.49 for a Core Item
- Tuesday, January 17 – 15% off with £10 minimum spend
- Wednesday, January 18 – Spend £15, save £5
- Thursday, January 19 – £1.99 for a Core Item
- Friday, January 20 – 10% off with £10 minimum spend
- Saturday, January 21 – £1.99 for a Core Item
- Sunday, January 22 – £1.99 for a Core Item
Further deals and discounts are set to be revealed up until January 27, so keep your eyes peeled.
To get the offers fans will need to go through the McDonald's app, which can be downloaded via your phone's app store.
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They will only be available on the app on orders for collection or delivery, delivery charges do apply so make sure to factor that in when ordering.
The deals cannot be redeemed through third-party apps like Uber Eats or Just Eat.
It comes as McDonald's is launching its "Raise Your Arches" campaign.
The campaign, complete with new TV advert, "celebrates the unspoken signal" of raising your eyebrows when you fancy a Maccies.
Eagle-eyed fans took to social to query why the iconic McDonald's logo had changed across its channels this week.
The brand changed its profile pictures to a cryptic "eyebrow raise" adaptation of the logo, leading many to question what was going on.
Several Tweeted that they "NEED to know what this means".
Michelle Graham-Clare, senior vice president, chief marketing officer at McDonald’s UK and Ireland, said: “In a challenging time, our Raise Your Arches invitation to McDonald’s provides the nation with a small but much-needed moment to let go and feel good.
"We hope the campaign raises arches and smiles across the country and I can’t wait to see everyone get involved.”
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This is not the first time Maccies has taken part in a "January sale", last year the chain launched a week of offers at the end of the month.
The chain gives out discounts and deals like this from time to time out side of big campaigns too.
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