Get Free Food from McDonald’s Today
McDonald's is giving you a chance to try its newest menu items for free from today through November 9, 2020.
McDonald’s premiered three new menu items last week - Apple Fritters, Blueberry Muffins and Cinnamon Rolls, according to WIVB. Now, the fast food chain is giving you a chance to try those items for free! If you purchase a coffee drink from McDonald's, you can choose one of the three to accompany it at no extra cost. There is one catch though, you need to order on the McDonald's app.
McDonald's describes each of the new menu items as follows,
- Apple Fritter: A classic fritter made with cinnamon and apples, this hand-held treat is fried to a golden brown and drizzled with a sweet glaze icing. Are we saying you should dip yours into your morning coffee? No way… Ok, fine, we definitely are.
- Blueberry Muffin: Our new recipe is baked with real blueberries and topped with a streusel crumb topping, making for a crave worthy soft & fluffy muffin. Feeling “blue” all day never tasted so good.
- Cinnamon Roll: Loaded with cinnamon layered between buttery, flaky pastry dough that is drizzled with a delicious cream cheese icing. Served warm, the aroma alone sparks a craving for the next decadent bite…talk about a reason to roll out of bed.
You can take advantage of the deal through November 9. Regular prices for the freebies range from $1.99 to $2.49.
In a news release, McDonald’s USA's vice president, brand and menu strategy, Linda VanGosen said the company is expanding its classic breakfast to include McCafé Bakery items,
“We’re continuing our breakfast innovation by adding tasty new sweet options with our new McCafé Bakery lineup. We know our customers deserve a break now more than ever, and are excited to give them another reason to visit their favorite breakfast destination by offering delicious flavors they crave, any time of the day.”
The breakfast offerings of fast food places seem to be at an all-time high, with Wendy's getting into the breakfast game right around the start of the coronavirus pandemic.