McDonald’s fans can get £3.19 Quarter Pounder for just 99p for limited time only02/17/2021
If you're a huge fan of burgers, then the McDonald's Quarter Pounder is the way forward.
Now the fast food chain is offering its popular burger for just 99p for a limited time only.
All customers have to do is sign up to the app to claim the mouth-watering offer.
Fans must use a new email address when signing up to receive the promotion before it ends on March 21.
It is available on mobile devices and it takes just a few minutes for the deal to appear on the My McDonald's app.
But if you want to make the most of it, there's only a few weeks before it expires next month.
It's only available through mobile orders and can be picked up for collection at Click and Serve locations, as well as drive-thrus.
The burger can only be claimed once and the fast food chain regularly updates its welcome offer, with other meals on promotion.
Just last week, McDonald's added six items to its menu with a new Crispy Chicken burger making an appearance.
However, the meals are on a limited time only until March 23 – so you must be quick.
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The Homestyle Crispy Chicken is comprised of a breaded chicken breast, hot and spicy mayo, caramelised onion compote, lettuce, bacon, red onions and cheese.
And in even greater news, the McDonald's Grand Big Mac is back which can be ordered with bacon too.
The burger is a bigger version of a classic Big Mac where three buns hold two beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions.
On the side, foodies can order Mozzarella Dippers too which is a returning favourite popular with vegetarians.
In an announcement posted on Twitter, McDonald's wrote: "Following the government announcements, we are pleased to remain open, but with a few changes.
"We know this is a really difficult time for everyone and we really appreciate your patience and kindness, both with our crew and online."
At this current moment, McDonald's is only available through drive-thru and delivery services only.
But it is believed the fast food giant has a new walk-in service that is being trialled.
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