MCDONALD’S is giving away a free coffee or hot drink tomorrow – but there’s a catch.
The fast food giant is a popular choice for people on the go, and and has more than 1,200 restaurants in the UK.
McDonald’s fans can get a free hot drink next week when they buy a breakfast rollCredit: Getty – Contributor
McDonald’s has gained a loyal army of fans who flock to the restaurants for bargain-priced burgers and meals.
Customers can sign up for MyMcDonald’s Rewards which allows you to earn and redeem points.
And fans can bag an even bigger bargain, for a limited time.
Maccies fans can get a free McCafe hot drink when they buy a breakfast roll, priced at £3.29, tomorrow (Monday, November 7).
Head to the deals section of your app, where the offer should be after you’ve created a new account.
Customers can get a free hot drink of their choice, including the new Caramel Waffle Latte priced at £2.09.
The festive drinks is blended with caramel waffle syrup, topped with caramel cream and a sugar dusting for 184 calories.
The offer will be available now until 10.59am – when McDonald’s stops serving breakfast.
For people that prefer a lunch or dinnertime deal, from 11 am onwards, McDonald’s is slashing the price of its triple cheeseburger by £1.10.
The burger usually costs £2.79, but for a limited time, it will be priced at just £1.49.
It is made from British and Irish beef patties and served with onions, pickles, ketchup, mustard and cheese in a soft, toasted bun.
Customers will be able to earn points when they purchase one of these deals by opting into MyMcDonald’s Rewards.
You can sign up sign up for free and opt into the MyMcDonald’s Rewards scheme.
The scheme means every penny spent equals one point, so this week’s offers will get you 329 points when ordering a breakfast roll, or 149 points when picking up a triple cheeseburger.
It comes after McDonald’s added five new items to its menu – including mini potato waffles and a new McFlurry flavour.
But fans have been left “devastated” after it axed a menu favourite to make way for the changes.