McDonald's is getting into spooky season by offering their customer a week of ‘trick or eat’ deals.
From today (October 25) until Halloween (October 31), the Maccies app will transform into a house of horrors.
Throughout the next week, customers can nap exclusive discounts through the app.
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However, fast food fans are warned to open the deals at their own peril – as spooky offers won't be the only thing waiting for them.
Customers can play once per day to redeem an offer, but they have a haunting choice to make first – whether to ‘Trick’ or ‘Eat’ on the McDonald’s App.
For those that have the guts to play the ‘Trick’ option on the McDonald’s App, customers have the chance to tear into some terrifyingly amazing rewards
Rewards range from 15% off and save £5 when you spend £20 to a chance to win the elusive McDonald’s VIP Gold Card.
And the winner of the highly converted prize can get a free McDonald's every week for a year.
Customers who choose ‘Eat’ will receive £2.49 off one of the core items in the offer. Whether it’s the McChicken Sandwich, Quarter Pounder with Cheese or a Big Mac.
Each time fast food lovers play they will also see 100 MyMcDonald’s Rewards points will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities (UK), which provides important support to families with sick children in their time of need.
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All deals are exclusively available on the McDonald’s App.
Customers can start earning points on all orders by downloading via Google Play or the Apple App Store here, signing up and opting into MyMcDonald’s Rewards.
In other news, the franchise recently announced a major menu shake-up, saying goodbye to some fan favourites and hello to exciting new additions.
Brits will be able to get their hands on a trio of potato waffles for just £1.39 as an extra or with other items on their breakfast menu.
McDonald's also announced a new crispy, crunchy chicken burger that landed on menus on October 19. It's the first permanent burger added to the menu in 15 years.
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