50% off @ McDonald's (via Eat Out To Help Out)
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50% off @ McDonald's (via Eat Out To Help Out)

£5.03£10.0750%McDonalds Deals
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Expires on 31/08/2020Posted 26th Jul
McDonald's is offering the 50%off food for eat out scheme BUT ONLY FOR DINE IN CUSTOMERS ONLY NOT TAKE AWAY FOOD OR DRIVE THU !!!!
For example
MCDONALD’S - save £5

20 nuggets share box - £4.19
Big Mac Meal - £4.89
Malteasers McFlurry - 99p
WAS: £10.07
AUGUST: £5.03

There's no limit to how many times you use it

You can use the discounts as many times as you like, as long as it's on orders made on Monday through to Wednesday in August.

That means you could get half price breakfast, lunch and dinner three days a week if you wanted to.

It can be used on top of other discounts

The offer can be used on top of other discounts that the eatery runs, such as two for one meal deals.

This will reduce your bill even more - check out our guide to all of the vouchers and discounts you can use to pay for your meal before the Eat Out to Help Out scheme launches in August.

You won't be able to get the half price discount if you order food to take home or order through UBEREATS or Justeat, dine in customers only.
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Big Mac £1.69
Bacon Cheese Burger £0.99
Bacon Mayo Chicken £0.69
Double Cheese Burger £0.79
Quarter Pounder £1.69
Vegetable Deluxe £1.69
Filet-O-Fish £1.69
Cheese Burger £0.49
McChicken Sandwich £1.69
Hamburger £0.44
Mayo Chicken £0.49

20 Chicken Nuggets £2.39
9 Chicken Nuggets £1.89
5 Chicken Selects £2.39
Veggie Dippers £1.69
3 Chicken Selects £1.84
6 Chicken Nuggets £1.69
Mozzarella Dippers Share-box £2.54
Mozzarella Dippers £0.94
Dips £0.10
Happy Meal £1.49

Large Fries £0.74
Medium Fries £0.59
Small Fries £0.49

Mini McFlurry £0.39
McFlurry £0.49

Milkshake £0.94
Large Milkshake £1.04

No Sugar Drinks

Small £0.45
Medium £0.49
Large £0.69

Sugar Taxed Drinks

Small £0.48
Medium £0.55
Large £0.76

Tropicana £0.69
Water £0.64
Robinsons Fruit Shoot £0.49
Milk £0.44

Flat White £0.74
Latte £0.74
Cappuccino £0.74
Black Coffee £0.49
White Coffee £0.49
Single Espresso £0.39
Double Espresso £0.49
Hot Chocolate £0.49
PG Tips Tea £0.49

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I will accept the logic that we want money going into the economy so offering 50% off to encourage people to spend more or more often makes sense. Why are they forcing people to sit in to avail of this? Surely the focus is on increased spending not increasing risk to staff and public. Am i being daft? Have I missed something??
DINE IN


Come for the savings, stay for the covid. Idiotic. And I've antibodies
Wouldn't it be more helpful if we spend our money with independent restaurants/cafes etc who are using the government's 50% discount scheme. McDonalds will still exist after Covid, the little independents probably won't. Surely they need our money more than ever. Just saying, obviously its your money, spend it however you want.
Edited by: "Dealsonline217" 26th Jul
nathen8826/07/2020 01:08

Because when you enter the restaurant now you get asked if dining in or …Because when you enter the restaurant now you get asked if dining in or eat out then get taken to a table from another member off staff


Do they have cattle prods to stop you picking up your meal and leaving?
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Sounds great!
DINE IN


Come for the savings, stay for the covid. Idiotic. And I've antibodies
how will they know? i sometime take away the leftover after dine in.
RedDemonic26/07/2020 01:06

how will they know? i sometime take away the leftover after dine in.


Because when you enter the restaurant now you get asked if dining in or eat out then get taken to a table from another member off staff
nathen8826/07/2020 01:08

Because when you enter the restaurant now you get asked if dining in or …Because when you enter the restaurant now you get asked if dining in or eat out then get taken to a table from another member off staff


Do they have cattle prods to stop you picking up your meal and leaving?
No826/07/2020 01:11

Do they have cattle prods to stop you picking up your meal and leaving?


Na we not got time for people like that, but if you want to be treated like an animal no problem
I will accept the logic that we want money going into the economy so offering 50% off to encourage people to spend more or more often makes sense. Why are they forcing people to sit in to avail of this? Surely the focus is on increased spending not increasing risk to staff and public. Am i being daft? Have I missed something??
nathen8826/07/2020 01:14

if you want to be treated like an animal no problem


Like every other visit then?!
mqpppe26/07/2020 01:21

I will accept the logic that we want money going into the economy so …I will accept the logic that we want money going into the economy so offering 50% off to encourage people to spend more or more often makes sense. Why are they forcing people to sit in to avail of this? Surely the focus is on increased spending not increasing risk to staff and public. Am i being daft? Have I missed something??


It's down to the government on that one, they made the rules
No826/07/2020 01:22

Like every other visit then?!


You know your answer to that then dont visit if you feel like that common sense really :/
Loads of pubs & restaurants are doing this, why go to McDonalds when you can get a pub meal half price?
Well you could always order and have a bag to put it in afterwards. Eat a few chips and walk out.

However I did think it was only supposed to be small independent restaurants.
Edited by: "kriscros" 26th Jul
Wouldn't it be more helpful if we spend our money with independent restaurants/cafes etc who are using the government's 50% discount scheme. McDonalds will still exist after Covid, the little independents probably won't. Surely they need our money more than ever. Just saying, obviously its your money, spend it however you want.
Edited by: "Dealsonline217" 26th Jul
kriscros26/07/2020 01:26

Well you could always order and have a bag to put it in afterwards. Eat a …Well you could always order and have a bag to put it in afterwards. Eat a few chips and walk out.However I did think it was only supposed to be small independent restaurants.


Aye, support local but don't forget to line Amazon's pockets, spend money, put yourself in debt, stay home but go out, definitely go out, oh but don't catch covid if you go out, be alert, essential journeys only, check your eye sight often.

Think I'll be sitting out all these offers, sounds great in theory but think my arteries can handle missing a few pub grubs.

Stay safe folk
Edited by: "mqpppe" 26th Jul
HorseBoxGuy26/07/2020 01:41

There’s nothing at all in the government rules that mentions dine-in only. …There’s nothing at all in the government rules that mentions dine-in only. He even mentioned takeaways in his speech when he announced the deal.


gov.uk/gov…eme your find it all there
Is this really for only eat in?? I thought you could order and leave. Most people do that with. McDonald’s right now anyway. Damn I was looking forward to this as well. Don’t fancy sitting in a crowded restaurant
frrft26/07/2020 01:57

Is this really for only eat in?? I thought you could order and leave. Most …Is this really for only eat in?? I thought you could order and leave. Most people do that with. McDonald’s right now anyway. Damn I was looking forward to this as well. Don’t fancy sitting in a crowded restaurant


I believe they are only offering table service
Govt: "evidence that obesity linked to Coronavirus contraction"... Govt Treasury "here's 50% off a Maccies"
mqpppe26/07/2020 01:21

I will accept the logic that we want money going into the economy so …I will accept the logic that we want money going into the economy so offering 50% off to encourage people to spend more or more often makes sense. Why are they forcing people to sit in to avail of this? Surely the focus is on increased spending not increasing risk to staff and public. Am i being daft? Have I missed something??


Govt are subsidising the other 50% so business doesn't lose out
sdylan26/07/2020 01:59

I believe they are only offering table service


Damn. Don’t wanna eat in. How annoying. First world problems eh but wouldn’t mind a half price McDonald’s!
Edited by: "frrft" 26th Jul
I like McDonalds but I'm not prepared to eat in yet, knowing the masses really dont give a toss any more. My local McDs is frequented by plenty of undesirables unfortunately!

However plenty of local, independant restaurants here who are taking Social distancing seriously for their staff & customers so no reason to follow the masses!
Bring a bag, put food in bag, leave. It’s that simple.
frrft26/07/2020 01:57

Is this really for only eat in?? I thought you could order and leave. Most …Is this really for only eat in?? I thought you could order and leave. Most people do that with. McDonald’s right now anyway. Damn I was looking forward to this as well. Don’t fancy sitting in a crowded restaurant


The whole point is to try to keep people in jobs. Seeing as most people don’t wanna go out and eat. I would have thought that was obvious
Don't forget to wear a mask while eating in.
DazLFC26/07/2020 02:03

Govt are subsidising the other 50% so business doesn't lose out


You're missing my point. We know social distancing is effective, why crowd people indoors and entice even more people with large discounts? It goes against everything they've been advising for months.
dipdipdo26/07/2020 02:13

The whole point is to try to keep people in jobs. Seeing as most people …The whole point is to try to keep people in jobs. Seeing as most people don’t wanna go out and eat. I would have thought that was obvious


Okay sorry. Didn’t mean to offend I was just saying.. they want us in masks, they also want us to social distance but they also want us in crowded restaurants. None of it makes sense to me is all. Course I don’t want anyone losing jobs
Edited by: "frrft" 26th Jul
mqpppe26/07/2020 02:20

You're missing my point. We know social distancing is effective, why crowd …You're missing my point. We know social distancing is effective, why crowd people indoors and entice even more people with large discounts? It goes against everything they've been advising for months.


Social Distancing rules will be observed

thats why to UP TO £10 off per person per visit

because they cant fill every seat only maybe one third
Dj.CUE26/07/2020 01:25

Loads of pubs & restaurants are doing this, why go to McDonalds when you …Loads of pubs & restaurants are doing this, why go to McDonalds when you can get a pub meal half price?


Well go to a pub then, if thats what you want to do, but dont troll a thread for your own enjoyment

People take the time to post deals that maybe of use to some, NOT all

If a deal is not for you, be nice and pass it by without silly comments, other people on here like a McD's and this is for them
cheap plastic food for the pot noodle generation
I guess I’ll be giving ordering for delivery from them a miss for now, then, if I’m being penalised for staying inside. Won’t be going to eat inside there either. So, they just won’t get my custom, at all, for the foreseeable future.
frrft26/07/2020 02:22

Okay sorry. Didn’t mean to offend I was just saying.. they want us in m …Okay sorry. Didn’t mean to offend I was just saying.. they want us in masks, they also want us to social distance but they also want us in crowded restaurants. None of it makes sense to me is all. Course I don’t want anyone losing jobs


They don’t want people in crowded restaurants ether. They want socially distanced restaurants 2 metres apart. Again I thought that be obvious. Everyone thinks they can run a country now a days. Damned if they do damned if they don’t. People will find a way to moan about how much is/isn’t being spent what is/isn’t being done. We want more support but we don’t wanna pay more tax. More money for nhs but We don’t wanna pay for it. Honestly the list goes on and on. Clearly some wannabe politicians on hukd
dipdipdo26/07/2020 02:42

They don’t want people in crowded restaurants ether. They want socially d …They don’t want people in crowded restaurants ether. They want socially distanced restaurants 2 metres apart. Again I thought that be obvious. Everyone thinks they can run a country now a days. Damned if they do damned if they don’t. People will find a way to moan about how much is/isn’t being spent what is/isn’t being done. We want more support but we don’t wanna pay more tax. More money for nhs but We don’t wanna pay for it. Honestly the list goes on and on. Clearly some wannabe politicians on hukd


There’s really no need to be rude or patronising though is there. Thanks for making me feel like rubbish. Cheers mate. All over McDonald’s
bonewinski26/07/2020 02:40

cheap plastic food for the pot noodle generation


Bit of a troll you !!


bonewinski
33 m ago

Should be labelled 3 yrs and younger looking at the size

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bonewinski
6 m ago

Probably priced by ultron, the wee tinker

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blabbity26/07/2020 02:41

I guess I’ll be giving ordering for delivery from them a miss for now, t …I guess I’ll be giving ordering for delivery from them a miss for now, then, if I’m being penalised for staying inside. Won’t be going to eat inside there either. So, they just won’t get my custom, at all, for the foreseeable future.


im sure they are quaking and looking to call in the receivers as i type
psmith195826/07/2020 02:47

Bit of a troll you !!bonewinski33 m agoShould be labelled 3 yrs and …Bit of a troll you !!bonewinski33 m agoShould be labelled 3 yrs and younger looking at the size......................................bonewinski6 m agoProbably priced by ultron, the wee tinker...................................


Caught by the fuzz
psmith195826/07/2020 02:51

im sure they are quaking and looking to call in the receivers as i type


Don’t care. Perhaps others will resent having to pay more to stay safe too. Just pointing out that this is having a counterproductive effect for me.
firas.ejaz26/07/2020 02:18

Don't forget to wear a mask while eating in.


This is not good advice. Diners do not need to wear any masks.
nathen8826/07/2020 01:22

It's down to the government on that one, they made the rules


That explains why it's stupid then! I can understand it's to help restaurants but it should either apply to both eat in and take away / delivered food or just to businesses that don't have a take away / delivery option. All this will do is encourage people to sit in, which seems totally insane but I suppose the government knows that it will only affect the poorer people....

Not knocking the deal BTW!
Edited by: "Gitfinger" 26th Jul
mqpppe26/07/2020 01:21

I will accept the logic that we want money going into the economy so …I will accept the logic that we want money going into the economy so offering 50% off to encourage people to spend more or more often makes sense. Why are they forcing people to sit in to avail of this? Surely the focus is on increased spending not increasing risk to staff and public. Am i being daft? Have I missed something??


To test his easy it is to get covid in a restaurant environment, how people eat with masks etc, data.
david.roy26/07/2020 03:23

To test his easy it is to get covid in a restaurant environment, how …To test his easy it is to get covid in a restaurant environment, how people eat with masks etc, data.


Maybe read the Government rules of eating in Restaurants and face masks, social distancing and so on before making rash assumptions
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