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Aero McFlurry Mini 99p / Large £1.39 @ McDonald’s from 1st of May
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Aero McFlurry Mini 99p / Large £1.39 @ McDonald’s from 1st of May

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Refreshed 30th Apr (Posted 25th Apr)Available: National
Mint and chocolate aero McFlurry at McDonald’s from 1st of May until 25th of June
Mini and regular size.

99p for small, £1.39 for large.

1st come back in 4 years !


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Haircut_10026/04/2019 15:58

Isn't this the normal price for these type of McFlurries, what is the deal …Isn't this the normal price for these type of McFlurries, what is the deal here?


It’s more like a advertising area rather than deals now..
Isn't this the normal price for these type of McFlurries, what is the deal here?
Really annoys me that these are more expensive than the regular ones. And why don't they properly whizz them up any more? Usually just get a load of topping dumped on top of the ice-cream.
I hope they don’t give me a cardboard spoon
Edited by: "keli" 26th Apr
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Mint one
Yummy 😋
Yaaaaasssssssssss!
OMG About time they did a different one for a change always same ones every year that they bring out
Looks yum 😋 I want the mint one !
Looks scrummy, thanks for sharing @purpleangel13 , heat added
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Choco Mint
Really annoys me that these are more expensive than the regular ones. And why don't they properly whizz them up any more? Usually just get a load of topping dumped on top of the ice-cream.
does it include mint sauce? or is it mint ice cream
The best ones have to be the brownie ones they released for the American diner special a few years back
Isn't this the normal price for these type of McFlurries, what is the deal here?
Haircut_10026/04/2019 15:58

Isn't this the normal price for these type of McFlurries, what is the deal …Isn't this the normal price for these type of McFlurries, what is the deal here?


It’s more like a advertising area rather than deals now..
azza4521 h, 45 m ago

does it include mint sauce? or is it mint ice cream


Defo mint sauce.
I hope they don’t give me a cardboard spoon
Edited by: "keli" 26th Apr
keli26/04/2019 17:55

I hope they don’t give me a cardboard spoon


them new straws are horrible
Edited by: "azza452" 26th Apr
Not worth it the amount they give you is so less. The pic is so fake
Edited by: "husna2000" 26th Apr
azza45226/04/2019 18:36

them new straws are horrible


Environmentalists ruin so many things. We should be given a choice to pay extra for plastic straws like with bags.
Will this be available on June 28th?
purpleangel132 m ago

Finishes on the 25th of June


But my flight arrives on the 28th!
😥😪
husna200026/04/2019 19:50

Not worth it the amount they give you is so less. The pic is so fake


37538830-WMFw7.jpg37538830-1qKOk.jpgThis is the reality! Well it is at Mcdonalds at Marus Bridge in Wigan, anyway!
Cold (literally) not exactly a deal is it?
Reality1 h, 57 m ago

[Image] [Image] This is the reality! Well it is at Mcdonalds at Marus …[Image] [Image] This is the reality! Well it is at Mcdonalds at Marus Bridge in Wigan, anyway!


in my local, most of the time you get more ice cream in the minis
No deal here. Colder than a polar bears nuts
No more Cream Egg McFlurrys for another year,
it was nice for a short time and now your gone for another year ,
You come into my life and make me happy ,
Then all too soon your gone ,
I’ll miss you,
Yours Always,
Nick
Top tip - you can ask for more sauce and topping. They charge you a little extra, but it's totally worth it.
jamie1526/04/2019 20:00

Environmentalists ruin so many things. We should be given a choice to pay …Environmentalists ruin so many things. We should be given a choice to pay extra for plastic straws like with bags.


I think you have it the wrong way around. The people who mine for materials, put lots of energy and resource to process them to create a product you use for only 2 minutes ruin everything.
Bring on the Galaxy ones!
This is not a deal! F*** HotUKDeals, nothing more than an advertising site now...
msamuel26th Apr

Really annoys me that these are more expensive than the regular ones. And …Really annoys me that these are more expensive than the regular ones. And why don't they properly whizz them up any more? Usually just get a load of topping dumped on top of the ice-cream.



It's hard enough to get served hot chips and to have a warm Big Mac
Edited by: "phantom1973" 30th Apr
Reality26th Apr

[Image] [Image] This is the reality! Well it is at Mcdonalds at Marus …[Image] [Image] This is the reality! Well it is at Mcdonalds at Marus Bridge in Wigan, anyway!


100% this, Large Mcflurrys are the size of what used to be normal size Mcflurrys, not only have they increased the price and kept the size the same, but they also have the cheek to fill these up only half way full of ice cream.
The cap on top of the cup is raised, but unnecessarily because the ice cream is nowhere near the top of the cup. What adds insult is the raised bottom of the cup.
Now I understand that I could just easily buy 2, but it's not the price that annoys me, it's the principle, so I will not buy any Mcflurrys until they stop ripping us off.
Anyway, both the Mcdonalds near me only fill these to about just over half way and so I believe it must be national.
Edited by: "technobot" 1st May
O HELL YEAH


Never seen the mint one before is it new or has there all ways been one?
doughnutman30/04/2019 09:50

I think you have it the wrong way around. The people who mine for …I think you have it the wrong way around. The people who mine for materials, put lots of energy and resource to process them to create a product you use for only 2 minutes ruin everything.


Nope, you have it the wrong way. We should be given a choice on what we want to do. If there was a better alternative to plastic, then use it. However, paper straws and wooden cutlery are rubbish.

What about all the trees being destroyed to make the paper straws?
Keelan_Shami26th Apr

The best ones have to be the brownie ones they released for the American …The best ones have to be the brownie ones they released for the American diner special a few years back


Agree 100% they need to make that permanent.
bhbnnc26th Apr

It’s more like a advertising area rather than deals now..


Might put a milkshake 'deal' on, bargain at £1.59
jamie1530/04/2019 16:06

Nope, you have it the wrong way. We should be given a choice on what we …Nope, you have it the wrong way. We should be given a choice on what we want to do. If there was a better alternative to plastic, then use it. However, paper straws and wooden cutlery are rubbish.What about all the trees being destroyed to make the paper straws?


But they're really not rubbish. Alright, I know there's supposed to be an issue drinking thickshakes, but the paper straw was fine for my coke

Quite frankly you should limit the amount of take away disposable food items and just use real utensils at home

Not worth having a cry over
bringbring41 m ago

But they're really not rubbish. Alright, I know there's supposed to be an …But they're really not rubbish. Alright, I know there's supposed to be an issue drinking thickshakes, but the paper straw was fine for my cokeQuite frankly you should limit the amount of take away disposable food items and just use real utensils at homeNot worth having a cry over


In my opinion they are. For any drink, when putting a paper straw in your mouth you can taste the paper and it gets wet very easily, which closes the straw (sometimes makes it fall apart) and means I have to get a new straw. Quite frankly, limiting the amount of takeaway packaging and using stuff from home is not always viable. If you are out, it is very unlikely that you would carry a whole utensil set. If you are ordering a takeaway to your home, they have to use appropriate packaging and usually include cutlery as many customers want it.
Personally I think McDonalds should be applauded for using paper straws and wooden cutlery. I haven't had any issues with the straws and I use them with Chocolate shakes - you just have to make sure they don't sit on the bottom of the cup so you can actually suck the shake up. They do go a bit soft if you like to take a long time to drink them but I haven't had any break up or become unusable and I couldn't taste them. Also, they can come from sustainable forests - plastic just too easily ends up in the oceans and destroys the environment and wildlife - why anyone would think plastic is a better option baffles me.
I just had one of these. Is the sauce they're using for the mint calpol?
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