If you haven’t already downloaded the McDonald’s app, you should definitely get on that.
They’re frequently offering some great food deals and this week is no different!
When you make a purchase of just $1 using the mobile app, you’ll get a free sandwich. Yep—spend $1 on something like fries or a drink and get your sandwich or burger for free.
This deal is eligible through Sunday, Jan. 28, so you’ve got a few days to get your McDonald’s fix.
All you have to do is download the McDonald’s app, create an account and then start your mobile order.
You can visit the “Deals” tab to view the current deals being offered, then select “Add Deal To Mobile Order” to get your free sandwich!
The mobile app lets you order and pay using your phone. Then, all you have to do is drop by your closest McDonald’s to pick up your order.
While you’re ordering, you should know about another deal available on the app: When you spend $10 on your next mobile order, McDonald’s will give you $3 off. Pretty sweet!
Also, when you buy five McCafes of any size, you’ll get the sixth one free! This offer expires June 30, so you definitely have some time to drink all those McCafes!
How To Score Free Bagels
If you’re on the hunt for even more free food, keep reading.
When you sign up for Bruegger’s Bagels email list, you’ll be able to get three free bagels on Feb. 1 between when the stores open and 11 a.m.
Bruegger’s is offering this deal to celebrate its birthday—this is its 35th year in business.
While you can get the bagels for free, you have to pay for your own cream cheese or spreads—but hey, it’s still a freebie!
Also, when you sign up for their “e-club” you’ll get a free bagel and cream cheese just for signing up! After that, you’ll get even more deals in your inbox.
To find out if there’s a Bruegger’s near you, visit their website, which lists all their locations.
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