The McDonald’s Eat Out To Help Out menu prices have been revealed and wow

Nuggets for £1.60? I’ll see you there every day


The McDonald’s Eat Out To Help Out menu prices have been revealed and it is quite frankly cheap as hell. 

Each item on the menu has been reduced by 50 per cent, which includes a Big Mac now being £1.60 and a 20 box of chicken nuggets now being cheaper than the old price for six.

Here are the McDonald’s Eat Out to Help Out menu prices:

Cheeseburger – 50p (previously 99p)

Bacon Mayo Chicken – 69p (previously £1.39)

Double Cheese Burger – 79p (previously £1.59)

Bacon Cheese Burger – 99p (previously £1.99)

Bacon Double Cheeseburger – £1 (previously £1.99)

Big Mac – £1.60 (previously £3.19)

Big Mac medium meal – £2.39 (previously £4.59)

Six McNuggets – £1.60 (previously £3.19)

20 McNuggets – £3 (previously £5.99)

Five Chicken Selects –  £2.39 (previously £4.59)

Veggie Dippers – £1.69 (previously £3.29)

Three Chicken Selects – £1.84 (previously £3.59)

Quarter Pounder – £1.69 (previously £3.19)

Vegetable Deluxe – £1.69 (previously £3.09)

Filet-O-Fish – £1.69 (previously £3.09)

McChicken Sandwich – £1.69 (previously £3.19)

Mayo Chicken – 49p (previously 99p)

McFlurry – 50p (previously 99p)

Medium milkshake – £1 (previously £1.99)

Single sausage and egg McMuffin – £1.10 (previously £2.19)

Sausage and egg McMuffin meal – £1.75 (previously £3.49)

Breakfast meal – £1.75 (previously £3.99)

Happy Meal – £1.30 (previously £2.59)

Regular black coffee – 50p (previously 99p)

Large Fries – 74p (previously £1.49)

Medium Fries – 59p (previously £1.19)

Small Fries – 49p (previously 99p)

Prices may vary slightly depending on your location, but you’ll still get 50 per cent off the original cost up to a max of £10 per person. The Eat Out To Help Out scheme launches on August 3rd and will run until August 31st, with offers available only on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Businesses have signed up to the scheme, and the government has just launched a site where you can check which restaurants near you are taking part. 

Rishi Sunak also announced a cut in tax for the hospitality industry from 20 per cent to five per cent. This has also helped all your favourite restaurants and fast food chains become much cheaper. 

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