McDonald's is giving NHS workers 20% off its entire menu for the rest of the year to say thank you for all their hard work during the pandemic. The discount is being offered to frontline workers to mark what has been dubbed 'Freedom Day' on July 19. McDonald's is offering the deal to say thanks to National Health Service workers for their work over the last 15 months.
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Eligible customers will be able to use the discount once a week. McDonald's restaurants are open for walk-in and takeaway, and customers can order via the drive-thru, McDelivery and click & serve options using the brand's new app with Uber.
The app, which marks the first time McDonald's has offered UK customers a fully in-app delivery ordering option, has been introduced in a pilot with the delivery giant. Those placing a delivery order through the My McDonald's app will have their orders handled by Uber and the network of drivers and riders who use the app. From this month, all customers in the UK can choose delivery, alongside click & serve, takeaway, table Service or drive thru by downloading the My McDonald's app.
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