MACCIES fans can pick up a free cheesy bacon flatbread at the fast food chain next week.
McDonald’s is giving them away to customers who order any hot drink on its app between Monday and Sunday (April 8-14) before 10.30am.
McDonalds The offer is available April 8-14 on orders made before 10.30am
The cheesy treat was rolled out as part of its breakfast menu last year, and it consists of bacon and melted cheese in a toasted flatbread.
The new offer is available for app orders only made for collection, takeaway or McDonald’s table service in all UK restaurants but not through drive thru.
A cheesy bacon flatbread usually costs £1.49 at McDonald’s, while the cheapest drinks will set you back 79p for a single espresso, or 99p for a regular cup of tea.
Just keep in mind that the prices in McDonald’s can vary between branches.
The offer is available to both new and existing app users. Sadly, you’ll only be able to get one free flatbread per person.
If you don’t already have the free McDonald’s app, iPhone users can download it here while it’s available for Android users on Google Play.
You will need to sign up for an account, which involves giving your email address and your name.
The My McDonald’s App allows customers to order, customise and pay for meals before arriving at their local restaurant.
It can also recognise when you’re within 100 metres of a restaurant and will send your order to the kitchen so you can beat the queues.
McDonald’s has about 1,300 restaurants in the UK. You can find your nearest branch with its online restaurant finder tool.
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