Just Eat are offering free delivery on McDonald’s in a new deal. The saving can be had up until 31 March and is unlimited, so Britons can order McDonald’s as many times as they like with delivery totally free.
All you need to do is order £5 or more worth of treats from McDonald’s.
The deal is exclusive to Just Eat, and you don’t need a code.
However, there is a caveat. Only those living across London can enjoy the deal.
However, Just Eat will deliver McDonald’s and a host of other participating high street favourites including Greggs, KFC, Subway, Burger King, Pret, and Starbucks for just £1.99 nationwide and across London when ordering £5 or more on the Just Eat app.
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Londoners will also be able to get their hands on Just Eat’s free delivery on a number of other brands.
This includes Island Poke, Coco di Mama, Bird, Itsu, Black Sheep Coffee and Comptoir Libanese.
Again, free delivery applies for these establishments on orders over £5.
Andrew Kenny, UK Managing Director at Just Eat said; “We know the last few months have been tough for our customers, so Just Eat is delighted to be able to deliver some extra joy by partnering with some of their favourite restaurants to offer fantastic delivery discounts for the next two months, making us the best value delivery service in the market”.
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McDonald’s is reopening restuarants for walk-in.
The chain made the decision to close the restaurants for dine-in and takeaways last month.
However, with new safety measures in place McDonald’s sotres are reopening.
McDonald’s hopes to open all branches in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland from February 22 onwards.
Paul Pomroy, McDonald’s boss for UK and Ireland, said: “A month ago we made the voluntary decision to temporarily close walk-in takeaway while we reviewed our safety measures to ensure they reflect the evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Working closely with third party safety expert NSF International, we identified a small number of changes to further enhance our procedures, and we are currently in the process of rolling these out to restaurants.”
He said: “The wellbeing of our people, as well as our suppliers, couriers and our customers remains our top priority, and we are confident the new processes in place will further enhance our already robust safety measures.”
The McDonald’s menu will welcome six new items, some old favourites making a return and one completely new dish.
Six new food items will be hitting the menu from February 10.
The fast food chain said the new meals will be available for six weeks until March 23.
The Homestyle Crispy Chicken, Grand Big Mac, Grand Big Mac with Bacon, Mozzarella Dippers, McFlurry Flake and the McFlurry Raspberry Flake will also be available for McDonald’s fans.
The Homestyle Crispy Chicken is the item menu on the menu, with the others making a return after popular demand.