McDonald's is doing 25% off for everyone today on Uber Eats

McDonald's is doing 25% off for everyone today on Uber Eats

MCDONALDS is offering 25% off if you order through Uber Eats – but only for today.

Hungry customers can get a discount off their favourite fast food, but the offer is only valid for one day.

If you order McDonald's using the Uber Eats app, you'll get 25% off the price.

The offer is valid until 11.55pm tonight, November 10.

While the deal is only around for one day, if you really want to make the most of it you can order more than once.

You can get the offer on up to three orders.

To be eligible, you'll need to apply the discount code EATWEDNESDAY in the Uber Eats app at the checkout before you complete the order.

The deal is available on the first 1 million orders made today and you'll also need to check it's on at your nearest outlet.

You can check availability on the Uber Eats app.

While you'll get 25% off your food order, a delivery charge will still apply and there might be other fees too.

Unfortunately, you won't be able to take advantage of the deal to sample the McDonald's Christmas menu.

The fast food giant has unveiled its festive range, which includes a festive stack burger and cheese melt dippers, but it's not launching until November 17.

You also might not be able to use the offer to get a Chicken Legend.

The popular burger has been temporarily axed from the menu until January to make way for the Christmas version.

Other chains have launched their Christmas menus, including Greggs which is selling a pigs in blanket baguette.

Subway’s Christmas menu includes new brie sandwich and chocolate orange cookie,

If you miss this deal, there are still ways to save money off your favourite fast food.

We've revealed how to get a Big Mac and fries for £1.99 every time, and we've also looked at the cheapest and most expensive McDonald's around the world.

 

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