MyMacca's App Offers: 30c Soft Serve, $3 Double Cheeseburger, Free Hashbrown with Burger + More [12 Dec - 18 Dec]

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Each offer is redeemable once in a single transaction, available only for 24 hours. The offer can be redeemed via mobile ordering, scanning at kiosk or manual code input into registers.

The following offers will be available for Tuesday 12th December to Monday 18th December 2017:

12th December 2017 - 30c Soft Serve Tuesday
Wednesday, 13th December 2017 - $3 Double Cheeseburger
Thursday, 14th December 2017 - Free Hash Brown with any burger purchase
Friday, 15th December 2017 - Free large sundae with any large fries purchase
Saturday, 16th December 2017 - Buy a McFlurry, get a Free Apple Pie
Sunday, 17th December 2017 - Buy a 6 pack of Nuggets, get $2 off Hotcakes
Monday, 18th December 2017 - Free side salad with medium or large Qtr Pounder, Filet 'o' Fish or McChicken Meal

Comments

  • +2 votes

    Is the only difference between a Double Cheeseburger and a McDouble one slice of cheese? If so order $2 McDouble, ask for extra cheese = $2.5

  • +16 votes

    Sunday, 17th December 2017 - Buy a 6 pack of Nuggets, get $2 off Hotcakes

    What a strange combination. Can't say I've ordered nuggets with a side of hotcakes before, is this a thing?

  • -2 votes

    Tried to amend my carnivorous habits
    Made it nearly seventy days
    Losin' weight without speed, eatin' sunflower seeds
    Drinkin' lots of carrot juice and soakin' up rays
    But at night I'd have these wonderful dreams
    Some kind of sensuous treat
    Not zucchini, fettuccine or Bulgar wheat
    But a big warm bun and a huge hunk of meat
    $3 double cheeseburger in paradise
    Heaven on earth with an pickle slice
    Not too particular, not too precise
    I'm just a double cheeseburger in paradise
    Heard about the tiny little asian men
    They eat the same thing again and again

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      So you tried to give up the fastfood, you should have perhaps gone to burger king and ordered the vegetarian burger with only tomato sauce, you could have stayed vegetarian that way.

  • -1 vote

    "There are 150 calories in a 1 hash brown serving of McDonald's Hash Brown. Calorie breakdown: 56% fat, 41% carbs, 3% protein."

    https://www.fatsecret.com/calories-nutrition/mcdonalds/hash-...

    • +2 votes

      I'm not sure what people expect from deep fried potato?

    • +1 vote

      Is that the same for Australia? The other items in Aust have different nutritional info compared to US so I guess this would too. And that's calorie based, it's really 14% fat.
      But, hey, it is fried.

      • -2 votes

        Potato is 1 calorie per gram, fat is 9 calories per gram. Yes you can say 14% is not much, but in terms of calories it is a lot. US health guidelines recommended between 20 to 35 percent of calories to come from fat which I think is still way too high. It should be closer to 10% according to Dr Mcdougall and Dean Ornish to prevent heart disease. A quick overview of Ornish diet here where he mentions less than 10% fat. https://www.ornish.com/proven-program/nutrition/. It has also been shown children brought up on the western diet as young as 9 months old have signs of developing heart disease. https://www.drmcdougall.com/misc/2003nl/jun/030600arteryclos...

        I have posted my concerns to the admins here about this, far too many posts pushing fast food junk. I also have sent messages warning them about the alcohol deals posted here that they violate the law in the sale and promotion of alcohol, there are fines of up to $14,000.

        I would like the Admins to implement a policy that discourages postings of these types of deals, for example a warning banner automatically applied to posts with alcohol. Also for fast food, nutritional information posted and warning that eating that food may cause cancer, heart disease, gout, kidney dialysis, obesity just to name a few. World Health Organisation said that eating meat is carcinogenic.

        Doctors have been saying this for decades, but it is in one ear and out another to the public (and they are fatter than ever and still getting fatter) and the alcohol and fast food industries help push this ignorance.

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          Respect your views, but I disagree on the putting Oz/FF or other websites the blame.

          Subway use to run great healthy deals, they no longer seem to care about my business.

          Give me a fresh/fast/food place without spending a fortune, peoples choices on food might change.

          You can still eat at KFC/McD or any other place with moderation, you don't need to go overboard.

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          @Tom2222: Subway is really good, only thing I will buy from them is the veggie delight with BBQ or Tomato sauce. I agree it is a tad expensive. Does anger me that they do not charge extra for cheese or that the pizza sub is the same price as the veggie delight which must have around $1 worth of extra ingredients in it. I think the veggie delight should be priced at $6, not $8.75 the last time I bought it 1 month ago.

          People's attitudes and education on health need to change, I think people's health choices were changing a few years ago so junk food places dropped their prices and people started going back to them and now they just forgot they shouldn't be eating junk food just because it is cheap. It's cheapest to cook and eat whole foods at home anyway.

          Ozbargain is not to blame but they are enabling fast food places free advertising and it is encouraging people to eat more of the produce. They should show some responsibility and try to address them even if at the start it is just a token gesture, they could build on it.

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          I didn't neg you btw but I disagree about your suggestion to ban the deals.

          My point also was that the nutrition info is different in Australia, you can't quote the Us info as it's different food.

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          @PVA: I think nutrition information is pretty much the same, how different could the hash brown be? I know they use different oils and sugars here than in the US but overall not a great difference.

          % of obesity is still rising, it's not dropping and it is because of bad eating habits. I just don't want people getting sick and fat and the processed food industry making money off them, an obese person can consume 3x the calorie intake of a normal person. When a person first goes to a fast food restaurant, if they keep going they will gain weight and once they put on an extra 10kg, that meal won't be satisfying so they will order a side of nuggets to go along. After time, they will instead of ordering one meal with the extra side of nuggets, they will just buy two meals and the process avalanches from there. WHO says 20% of Australians are obese, 50% are overweight.

          They are making people fat so they can sell more food, they got a good game going on. The fatter someone gets, the more they obsess over high calorie food, a normal person can drive pass a mcdonald's without thinking, but a obese person will think maybe they need to pick up a meal deal and some nuggets through the drive thru. My point being that all these fast food deals on ozbargain is like a fat person driving past a fast food restaurant, they will think 'I can't pass up a 1/2 priced meal, I got to get it' and it also draws non obese and fat people because they will think they can save some money on dinner and they could become regular eaters there and start to become obese.

          The attitude should be even if these fast food restaurants are giving food away for free everyday, you shouldn't eat it because it is unhealthy and will cause disease. That is the attitude that is needed and if followed people these restaurants that are destroying peoples health will disappear.

  • +2 votes

    Can't see a single day worth getting, better deals can be found elsewhere.

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      I waited an extra 5 mins, with about 15 other people for them to open off the breakfast menu.

      Could have claimed the 3 nuggets, but really? 3 nuggets and the app failed to load.

      BLT was good though, it's been a long time since I got a burger that looked like the photo.

      I once flew to Chicago to have a Big Mac, 40min turn around, it was worth it and would do it again.

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    Monday deal is quite the dud! haha

    Thur/Fri/Sat look great!

    Can I go for the hat-trick?

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    Since when can't you customise the $1 burger?

    Edit: Add pickles and onions

    Tried 2 different kiosk, no dice.

    This was go to (4) with 24 nuggets.

    Clifton Hill VIC is my local.

  • +10 votes

    Didn't get the 30c Tuesday Soft serve today. But got the $3 Cheeseburger instead?

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    So if I get a double cheeseburger, I get free Hash ?

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    Is McDouble in the app? Can’t find in mine.

  • +1 vote

    Did they use a dart board to come up with these deals?

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    Can I get a free hash brown with the $1 Hamburger?

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    How do people here stomach the cold food at McDonalds?

    Once upon a time you used to get hot burgers. Now they are stone cold and virtually inedible. I won't even mention the fact that the size of the burgers have shrunk almost to nothing.

    I have complained umpteen times at various stores about this, but they just shrug their shoulders. So what! Everyone loves Maccas, what's your problem? No-one else cares that we dish up cold inedible rubbish.

    Complaining to Head Office just got me some free vouchers - in exchange for more - you guessed it - more COLD BURGERS.

    I just stopped going. And yes, I am a grumpy old man who likes his hot food HOT. I will stick to the fish and chip shop where I can get my fish and chips scorching hot straight out of the fryer - and three times the amount of food for not much more than the price of a Macca's meal the size of which would leave a small child still hungry.