Full list of 99p McDonald’s bargains as it slashes prices this week

MCDONALD'S is giving away menu favourites at just a fraction of the price this week.

The fast food giant has slashed popular items from burgers to nuggets, dippers, and more, all to just 99p.

From now, fans can cash-in on a daily offer all the way up until May 24.

The week of deals kicked off yesterday with discount quarter pounders on offer.

Until midnight last night, customers could order the burger for just 99p, £2.40 cheaper than usual – given they made their purchase on the app.

But if you missed out, you don't have to worry – the rest of the week is filled with new offers that reset at the end of each day.

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You just have to make sure you order on the My McDonald's app to redeem.

The offers are exclusive to the app, so you won't have any luck scoring a bargain if you just show up to your closest branch.

Today, for example, hungry fans fancying something fishy can get the popular Filet-o-fish for just 99p – but only for a few more hours.

Each of the discounts end once the clock strikes 12 – starting a new day of deals after midnight.

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That means by the end of today you can start getting ready for a new reduced favourite to appear on the scene – tomorrow it's the vegan McPlant burger that gets a price cut to just 99p.

Normally the burger would cost veggie conscious fans £3.39, so ordering on the app tomorrow will save them £2.40.

There's plenty more 99p deals to come too, from reduced triple cheeseburgers, to McNuggets and veggie dippers later in the week.

Not everything on offer this week can be bought with just a pound in your pocket though.

Two of the seven deals are still presenting fans with a bargain, but you'll have to cough up a little more than 99p.

On Monday next week, for example, fans are treated to £5 off their spend, instead of one 99p treat.

But the catch is that they have to spend at least £20 first to qualify.

That means, even with the one-day discount applied, you'd still have to pay at least £15 for your fast food feast.

On Wednesday you can't cash-in on a 99p deal either.

Instead, you can snag a double quarter pounder with cheese for £1.79.

In case that's too many bargains to keep track of, we've narrowed down the full list of 99p bargains and more that you can get this week.

Here's everything on offer:

Full list of 99p offers, and more

  • May 19 – 99p Filet-o-fish or veggie deluxe, usually £3.29 – save: £2.30
  • May 20 – 99p McPlant, usually £3.39 – save: £2.40
  • May 21 – 99p Triple cheeseburger, usually £2.29 – save £1.30
  • May 22 – Spend £20 and save £5
  • May 23 – 99p chicken McNuggets or veggie dippers, usually £3.39 – save £2.30
  • May 24 – £1.79 double quarter pounder with cheese, usually £4.39 – save: £2.60

You can only use each deal once per day, but they're easy enough to redeem throughout the week.

Once you open up the app, you'll be able to apply the discount via the deals page.

Then just choose whether you'd like to collect your snacks via Drive-thru, click and serve, takeaway or in restaurant instead.

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The budget burger chain has just come off the back of a massive giveaway in April that gave fans rewards and money-off EVERY day of the last month.

And often its hosts its McDonald's Monday deal, knocking more menu favourites down to just 99p for the day.

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