McDonald’s New Prices

McDonald’s New Prices

McDonald’s New Prices

Are you looking for the very latest prices for all your favourites from McDonald’s?

If you are searching for the new McDonald’s Prices for August as part of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme you have come to the right place.

For the regular McDonald’s prices – please click here.

McDonald's New Prices

Price (£)
Big Mac1.69
Bacon Cheeseburger0.99
Bacon Mayo Chicken0.69
Double Cheeseburger0.79
Quarter Pounder1.69
Vegetable Deluxe1.69
McChicken Sandwich1.69
Mayo Chicken0.49
20 Chicken McNuggets2.39
9 Chicken McNuggets1.89
5 Chicken Selects2.39
Veggie Dippers1.69
3 Chicken Selects1.84
6 Chicken McNuggets1.69
Mozzarella Dippers Sharebox2.54
Mozzarella Dippers0.94
Happy Meal1.49
Large Fries0.74
Medium Fries0.59
Small Fries0.49
Mini McFlurry0.39
Large Milkshake1.04
No Sugar Drinks:
Sugar Taxed Drinks:
Robinsons Fruit Shoot0.49
Flat White0.74
Black Coffee0.49
White Coffee0.49
Single Espresso0.39
Double Espresso0.49
Hot Chocolate0.49
PG Tips Tea0.49

McDonald’s UK have reduced their prices for the scheme and above is the full list of updated prices.

The highly popular and much loved restaurant chain has reopened with a reduced menu and will be participating in the Eat Out to Help Out discount scheme.

This has been introduced by the Government to encourage people to dine out during August in a bid to kick-start the UK economy.

We at BURGER LAD® believe that this is a great idea as it enables patrons of participating restaurants to get a 50 percent discount.

The scheme is running from Monday 3rd August until Monday 31st August and will cover up to a maximum of £10 per diner.

What is the catch?

Well, customers can only take advantage of this discount every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday but can use it as much as they like.

Also, the deal will not be available for takeaway, drive-thru or McDelivery.

Other chains participating in the discount scheme include Burger King, Côte Brasserie, Five Guys, Frankie & Benny’s, German Doner Kebab, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Honest Burgers, KFC, Nando’s and Pizza Express to name a few.

In a bid to get ready for offering half-price food from Monday, McDonald’s has reopened another 137 branches for dine-in customers this week.

Since re-opening after the Coronavirus pandemic, understandably they have not had any promotional burgers.

However, we are led to believe that the first one will see the return of the DOUBLE QUARTER POUNDER – our review here. As of writing, we have no word on a release date. Yet…

Will you be pleased to see the Double QP return? And why isn’t it called a Half Pounder?

And will 2021 see the release of Worldwide Favourites which got cancelled as well as Monopoly due to COVID-19?

P.S. I’ve not had a McDonald’s since March.

Burger Lad®