Mc Donald's double cheese burger and medium fries £1.99 unlimited use
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Mc Donald's double cheese burger and medium fries £1.99 unlimited use

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Found 7th JulMade hot 7th Jul
Got a voucher for £1.99 double cheese burger and medium fries. Valid till 6th August 2017. Just scan the photo of the barcode on the order station for unlimited use. Will put a link to a high Res photo in first post

http://i.imgur.com/3DxeTG5.png

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BobMass

Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they … Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they got to the till?



Yes
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Original Poster

https://ibb.co/jRHEqF

Link to photo

where do you get voucher please?

Sorry cold as it's prob not much more to buy it than £1.99 anyway as the double cheeseburger is £1.49 on its own without the fries.

Also if you fill out the survey on the receipt anyway you can get a Big Mac and medium fries for £1.99 (may even get a receipt to fill out for something like just buying a ketchup as I know I get one with the loyalty coffee for filling the 6 stickers on the card to get a free coffee).

http://i.imgur.com/jpp44vT.gif

Dragon32

Sorry cold as it's prob not much more to buy it than £1.99 anyway as the … Sorry cold as it's prob not much more to buy it than £1.99 anyway as the double cheeseburger is £1.49 on its own without the fries.



I think medium fries are £1.49. So you're saving £1.

Also OP in many McDonalds they will request the voucher when you go to collect your food and will not handover your food until you've produced the voucher. Just a word of warning for some.
Edited by: "drnkbeer" 7th Jul

drnkbeer11 m ago

I think medium fries are £1.49. So you're saving £1.Also OP in many M …I think medium fries are £1.49. So you're saving £1.Also OP in many McDonalds they will request the voucher when you go to collect your food and will not handover your food until you've produced the voucher. Just a word of warning for some.

​Blimy - I thought they would have been something like 80p, but must admit that I don't enjoy the fries so much (prefer "propper" chips ).

Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they got to the till?

BobMass

Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they … Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they got to the till?



Yes

Just keep a receipt in your wallet with the 2 minute survey completed and get a big Mac and fries instead!!
Edited by: "Merlin001" 7th Jul

BobMass

Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they … Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they got to the till?



Yes

BobMass3 h, 35 m ago

Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they …Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they got to the till?


Always.

BobMass

Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they … Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they got to the till?



No.

BobMass

Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they … Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they got to the till?


Never!

Only the people with negative vibes get asked to produce receipt.

Merlin001

Just keep a receipt in your wallet with the 2 minute survey completed and … Just keep a receipt in your wallet with the 2 minute survey completed and get a big Mac and fries instead!!



this, except no need to do the survey just write 5 digits on it,
rinse and repeat..
and for this reason i vote this offer cold
Edited by: "cainer1" 7th Jul

If it doesn't scan, enter the code manually

I can confirm that they do require you to provide the voucher upon collection. I imagine that this is due to another deal of this nature where everyone was getting cheap Big Macs

They never ask for the voucher even when I hand it,the bloke if he's serving said I don't need to I'm a loyal customer

I've never been asked before, now you've got me worried about my next visit! Though I usually have a voucher, albeit a 'not valid at a restaurant with drive-thru' one.
Edited by: "BobMass" 7th Jul

BobMass

Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they … Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over their voucher when they got to the till?



Yep, I got a very stroppy assistant manager who caused a scene and threw the 4 meals and ice creams that I'd bought away at the Guiseley McDonald's in Leeds. Bit pointless. Worked no probs at other branches though.

Newbold

[quote=BobMass] Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over theirhey … [quote=BobMass] Has anyone ever actually been asked to hand over theirhey got to the till?

yes.

makkax1

Yep, I got a very stroppy assistant manager who caused a scene and threw … Yep, I got a very stroppy assistant manager who caused a scene and threw the 4 meals and ice creams that I'd bought away at the Guiseley McDonald's in Leeds. Bit pointless. Worked no probs at other branches though.



Next time please take the time to politely ask for the managers details and forward it to McDs HQ. You would have revenge by stopping his momentum in managerial roles. You would stop anyone having the same experience.

makkax1

Yep, I got a very stroppy assistant manager who caused a scene and threw … Yep, I got a very stroppy assistant manager who caused a scene and threw the 4 meals and ice creams that I'd bought away at the Guiseley McDonald's in Leeds. Bit pointless. Worked no probs at other branches though.



They can indeed be stroppy at the Guiseley McDs.

Original Poster

They never ask in for the voucher in my local mc ds

Not trying to spoil everyone's dining experience, but it's good to know that there are a number of chemicals in McDonald's food, including a petrol-based chemical and form of silicone found in Silly Putty:
dailymail.co.uk/new…tml

Good to keep in mind when you decide where to take your children for eating out.

joshi99

Not trying to spoil everyone's dining experience, but it's good to know … Not trying to spoil everyone's dining experience, but it's good to know that there are a number of chemicals in McDonald's food, including a petrol-based chemical and form of silicone found in Silly Putty:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2920731/Don-t-try-home-14-ingredients-contained-McDonald-s-FRIES-including-petrol-based-chemical-form-silicone-Silly-Putty.html Good to keep in mind when you decide where to take your children for eating out.



Not really relevant unless you are eating out with your children in the States. You won't find that chemical in any UK Macs

wadeywilson127 m ago

Not really relevant unless you are eating out with your children in the …Not really relevant unless you are eating out with your children in the States. You won't find that chemical in any UK Macs


I hope you're right about this chemical. But research of The Independent came to the conclusion that McDonalds food in Britain is full of additives. Here is a quote:
Richard Watts, head of the Children's Food Campaign at the food group Sustain said: "We are very concerned that about the heavy use of additives in McDonald's especially the ones identified as harmful to health in the Southampton study."
independent.co.uk/lif…tml

Again, it's good to know this when deciding where to eat, especially with your family.

joshi9937 m ago

I hope you're right about this chemical. But research of The Independent …I hope you're right about this chemical. But research of The Independent came to the conclusion that McDonalds food in Britain is full of additives. Here is a quote:Richard Watts, head of the Children's Food Campaign at the food group Sustain said: "We are very concerned that about the heavy use of additives in McDonald's especially the ones identified as harmful to health in the Southampton study."http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/on-the-menu-at-mcdonalds-78-additives-some-may-be-harmful-767533.htmlAgain, it's good to know this when deciding where to eat, especially with your family.

I was referring specifically about your comments regarding the fries, which are pretty much just potato with a bit of sugar. The next article you refer to is 9 years old? Macs have had a major rework of their ingredients since then. Again, good to know when deciding where to eat. Not an apologist for Macs, not trying to say their food is healthy, but the industry has made changes for the better.
Edited by: "wadeywilson1" 8th Jul

couldn't get it to work today (the barcode in post 1) - not recognised, presumably too dark

anyway, I had a slightly unsalubrious experience - I ordered my son a couple of burgers to take out then went for a jimmy riddle

when I came back, 3 greasy unwashed looking skanky people had stolen the order and were tucking in

not wanting to get knifed for £2.98 I just asked those nice McD people to replace them, obviously foc

the poor girl said she was going to go over there and tell them off/ throw them out - but didn't do any such thing whilst we were waiting for the new order, I don't blame her

luvsadealdealdeal

couldn't get it to work today (the barcode in post 1) - not recognised, … couldn't get it to work today (the barcode in post 1) - not recognised, presumably too darkanyway, I had a slightly unsalubrious experience - I ordered my son a couple of burgers to take out then went for a jimmy riddlewhen I came back, 3 greasy unwashed looking skanky people had stolen the order and were tucking innot wanting to get knifed for £2.98 I just asked those nice McD people to replace them, obviously focthe poor girl said she was going to go over there and tell them off/ throw them out - but didn't do any such thing whilst we were waiting for the new order, I don't blame her


This is not relating to the deal, and you should have WENT over there and got your burgers back. Maybe stand up for yourself?!

luvsadealdealdeal

couldn't get it to work today (the barcode in post 1) - not recognised, … couldn't get it to work today (the barcode in post 1) - not recognised, presumably too darkanyway, I had a slightly unsalubrious experience - I ordered my son a couple of burgers to take out then went for a jimmy riddlewhen I came back, 3 greasy unwashed looking skanky people had stolen the order and were tucking innot wanting to get knifed for £2.98 I just asked those nice McD people to replace them, obviously focthe poor girl said she was going to go over there and tell them off/ throw them out - but didn't do any such thing whilst we were waiting for the new order, I don't blame her


Hamburglers.:)

joshi99

I hope you're right about this chemical. But research of The Independent … I hope you're right about this chemical. But research of The Independent came to the conclusion that McDonalds food in Britain is full of additives. Here is a quote:Richard Watts, head of the Children's Food Campaign at the food group Sustain said: "We are very concerned that about the heavy use of additives in McDonald's especially the ones identified as harmful to health in the Southampton study."http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/on-the-menu-at-mcdonalds-78-additives-some-may-be-harmful-767533.html Again, it's good to know this when deciding where to eat, especially with your family.



Who cares if it is full of additives?

joshi998th Jul

I hope you're right about this chemical. But research of The Independent …I hope you're right about this chemical. But research of The Independent came to the conclusion that McDonalds food in Britain is full of additives. Here is a quote:Richard Watts, head of the Children's Food Campaign at the food group Sustain said: "We are very concerned that about the heavy use of additives in McDonald's especially the ones identified as harmful to health in the Southampton study."http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/on-the-menu-at-mcdonalds-78-additives-some-may-be-harmful-767533.htmlAgain, it's good to know this when deciding where to eat, especially with your family.


For God's sake! That was written nearly 10 years ago, and is completely out of date. It has no relevance now whatever - check this out and compare it with any other similar foods on sale in restaurants or supermarkets:


mcdonalds.co.uk/ukh…tml


McDonald's is no worse than any other establishment. It's not perfect, but who is?

With the McDonalds receipt survey, can you have something else instead of the Big Mac meal?

Sophiasky1 h, 55 m ago

With the McDonalds receipt survey, can you have something else instead of …With the McDonalds receipt survey, can you have something else instead of the Big Mac meal?


Technically, no - but asked nicely somebody might agree, provided they can get the code through the till.

Used the £1.99 Quarter Pounder and fries voucher yesterday at self service (23645745). What's more I even got them to dress it as a Big Tasty for me free of charge.

These vouchers are a godsend if you don't care about your heart exploding or your withered colon flopping out of your rectum like a deflated balloon.

joshi99

I hope you're right about this chemical. But research of The Independent … I hope you're right about this chemical. But research of The Independent came to the conclusion that McDonalds food in Britain is full of additives. Here is a quote:Richard Watts, head of the Children's Food Campaign at the food group Sustain said: "We are very concerned that about the heavy use of additives in McDonald's especially the ones identified as harmful to health in the Southampton study."http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/on-the-menu-at-mcdonalds-78-additives-some-may-be-harmful-767533.htmlAgain, it's good to know this when deciding where to eat, especially with your family.



I heard their food also contains Dihydrogen Monoxide

aims6

I heard their food also contains Dihydrogen Monoxide



Definitely, especially their soft drinks!
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