McDonald’s is giving out free bacon rolls today – but you’ll have to be quick
If you’re a fan of the UK’s most prolific fast-food chain, McDonald’s, and you’re feeling that Tuesday morning drain then today’s deal is the one for you.
As part of its 24 deals in 23 days promotion, the burger giant is offering all of its customers a free bacon roll with any hot drink purchase.
So if you were already looking for a fresh coffee on your way to work then you may as well drop by, between 5am and 11am, and have your breakfast thrown in too.
The McDonald’s treat includes slices of deliciously cooked back bacon, served in a soft white roll with your choice of ketchup or brown sauce.
Hot drinks which are available at the restaurant chain include common favourites alongside more decadent offerings like the Millionaire's Latte, which features a caramel biscuit syrup and chocolate cream, and a Toffee Latte, featuring toffee syrup.
All you have to do to get your bacon on is download the McDonald’s app, show it to the cashier and pay for your selected beverage.
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Remember, the deal only works at breakfast time, which finishes at 11am.
But if you do miss out on the offer, there's no need to fret.
This month, McDonald's is running a new deal every day until January 26.
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So far, the following deals have been rolled out:
- January 4 – Big Macs for 99p
- January 5 – Free McMuffins
- January 6 – Veggie Dippers and Vegetable Deluxe Burgers for 99p
- January 7 – Free hot drinks
- January 8 – Free Cheese Melt Dippers
- January 9 – Fajita Chicken One or Spicy Veggie Wrap for 99p
- January 10 – Free French Fries
- January 11 – 99p for six Chicken McNuggets or a Veggie Deluxe
- January 12 – £3 off a £10 buy
- January 13 – Veggie Dippers and Vegetable Deluxe Burgers for 99p
We’ll be updating you as more deals are revealed throughout January.
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