McDonald’s is giving away thousands of free cheeseburgers this week.
You can save yourself 99p on the snack from the saver menu – though there are a few catches.
Firstly, you have to download the McDonald’s app on your phone and order through it for collection or drive-thru.
You must order through the app – you won’t be able to get the offer any other way.
Sadly, it isn’t available for delivery and stores are closed for dining in because the lockdown in England until December 2.
It is only available to new app users so if you’ve used it before, you won’t get the deal this time round.
Once you’ve downloaded the app, you need to sign up and then click on the My Deals section.
There you’ll find a voucher for a free cheeseburger, and you can order through the app without being charged a penny.
You’ll get the classic fast food dish with a beef patty, cheese, pickles and onions, ketchup and mustard.
The offer ends on November 22 so if you’re eligible, you better be quick.
Most of McDonald’s 1,300 restaurants will take part in the offer but there is 28 who have opted out.
The McDonald’s restaurants opting out of the free cheeseburger offer are:
- Walworth Rd
- Bham Dale End
- Tonbridge – High Street
- 291 Oxford St
- Praed Street
- Highway Shadwell
- Croydon Valley Park
- Livingston Mall
- Eastbourne 2
- Tunbridge Wells 2
- Croydon 3 Centrale
- West One Shopping Centre
- Wimbledon Centre Court
- Bracknell – The Keep
- Chelmsford 2 Riverside
- Greenhithe-The Railway Tavern
- Victoria Station
From Wednesday, 18 November, you’ll also be able to pick up the Christmas menu in store.
It includes a Double Big Mac (in case you need four more burgers on top of your free one) and a Celebrations McFlurry.
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