You Can Get McDonald's Delivered For Free This Weekend
Up bright and early to watch England storm to victory in the Rugby World Cup? Or nursing a hangover?
Either way, we have the perfect way to treat yourself for not snoozing your early morning alarm, which you're going to enjoy even more if you consumed five too many drinks last night.
This morning and only until midday, UberEats is offering free delivery on McDonald's orders which perfectly ties in with the final of the Rugby World Cup.
Yes, if the only thing that will clear your foggy head and calm your nerves in time for the game is a breakfast McMuffin and a hash brown, then go on and treat yourself. We certainly will be.
You don't even need to leave your sofa.
If you're not big on the breakfast, you can wait until 11am and then grab yourself a Big Mac or nuggets instead. We'll be choosing a 20 box, just saying.
What better way to celebrate England's big win? Yes, were hopeful.
Even if they end up losing, you can commiserate over a cheeseburger and fries instead of heading to the pub to drown your sorrows.
You still need to pay (sadly) for the actual order, but you'll be relieved of the delivery fee you're usually charged, which can be as much as £3.50. And the offer is available for new and existing Uber Eats users. Hoorah!
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All you need to do is use the code MCDELIVERYUK19. If you're in Ireland though use MCDELIVERYIR19 code instead.
And given that McDonald's delivery is available in over 950 chains, hopefully your local one will be prepped ready to get your food out.
The news comes alongside McDonald's announcing they'll be serving up a Big Mac for just 99p next week.
On Tuesday 5th November, you can get the stacked burger for less than a quid, instead of the usual cost of £3.19.
To claim the bargain burger, you'll need to sign up for an account on the McDonald's app, then click through to the 'deals' section where the offer will appear, before finding a participating branch.
Looks like we're going to be seriously overindulging over the next four days...
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