It’s hard to turn down eating at McDonald’s when the prices are so affordable and the food tastes so good! Here are some insider tips that will help you save even more money and enjoy your McDonald’s® dining experience even more.
1. Get free food using the McDonald’s® app: The McDonald’s® app shows you the current menu, alerts you to sales, and most importantly, it gives you current coupons that can be scanned directly from your smartphone. Some of the deals we’ve come across in the past include buy one get one free offers, free fries or a soft drink with your order, etc.
2. Sign up for email alerts from McDonald’s®: If you don’t want to constantly check the McDonald’s® app on your smartphone to know the latest deals, all you gotta do is sign up for email alerts from McDonald’s®. Once you do this, you will receive emails every time a new coupon or deal is available.
3. Get free coffee with the McCafe® Loyalty Program: Love coffee at McDonald’s®? Well, make sure to use the McDonald’s® app on your smartphone to order your coffee - for every five McCafes® you purchase at McDonald’s®, you get the sixth one for free.
4. Order soda without ice to get more value for your money: Usually, when you order soda at McDonald’s®, they fill up the glass with a good amount of ice in it, which of course will melt as you drink it. So, next time you are at McDonald’s®, ask for a drink without ice - this is the easiest way to get twice the amount of soda without having to pay anything extra. Remember that the soda coming out of the machine is already chilled, so there’s no need to add extra ice.
5. Don’t eat at McDonald’s® late at night: Food doesn’t get sold very quickly late at night, so if you stop at a McDonald’s® quite late, there’s a good chance you’ll get fries that have been sitting out for a while. If you need to eat at a McDonald’s® late in the night, the best thing to do is to ask the cashier for fresh fries - most outlets will be happy to accommodate you as long as you’re willing to wait a few minutes.
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