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And we may be able to get our hands on our favourite takeaways for even less, as the fast-food chain has announced they are launching a 30 per cent off sale.
With the discount applying to the whole main menu, the money-off sale is available to anyone who is ordering via the MyMcDonald's app.
The discount means more than £1 knocked off the price of a Big Mac, taking it to £3.39.
Chicken Legends see their price drop to £3.89, while Quarter Pounders with cheese drop to £3.39 each.
However, the deal is available for those ordering collection only, and the offer lasts until Sunday 15th November.
The government announced on Saturday evening that the country will face tough restrictive measures from Thursday after coronavirus infection rates soared all over the UK.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that pubs, restaurants and other hospitality services will be forced to close from November 5th.
However, restaurants that offer takeaway services are able to operate, alongside those who also offer drive-thrus, collection and delivery.
McDonald's has confirmed they will remain open during the planned month-long lockdown.
A spokesperson for McDonald's told The Sun: "Following the announcement of a new four week lockdown in England, we have confirmed that our Drive-Thru, takeaway and delivery services can remain open.
"Our dine-in areas will be closed during this period starting on November 5.
"We will continue to follow the guidance and regulations as set out by public health and government authorities and will confirm any changes to our services to our employees first and then our customers."
The previous lockdown saw fast-food lovers queue for miles to get a Maccies, with some drive-thrus reporting substantial waiting times.
In a bid to beat the queues, you can also order McDonald's straight to your home on the JustEat and UberEats apps.
The second lockdown will see shops and offices closed, with people being encouraged to work from home if they can.
Different households are no longer allowed to mix indoors, with travel discouraged and overnight stays banned.
International travel has been banned entirely, apart from for work purposes.
However, unlike the first lockdown in March, nurseries, schools and universities will be staying open as usual.
The current measures are expected to end on December 2nd, but could be extended should coronavirus cases and death rates continue to rise.
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