$5.95 Small Big Mac Meal + Cheeseburger @ McDonald's


Time to prepare yourselves for yet another decent deal! Have fun and please don't go for another onion and pickle burger :(

*Available 10:30am – midnight for a limited time. Excludes McDelivery. Cannot be used with any other offer.

This promotion can be upgraded to Medium / Large for $2 or $3 respectively, prices listed below

  • Small: $5.95
  • Medium: $7.95
  • Large: $8.95

Note that this can be only done at the registers, if the server looks confused then ask them to select medium/large before clicking on the promotion.

Update: Deal started early. (Thanks to dust for heads up).

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    • +77 votes

      Sorry to hear that man. I hope you sort it out in 36 days before this deal starts.

    • +31 votes

      nope, lack of self control is.

      • +1 vote

        Not always…

        Sometimes changing one's Biomes fixes obesity.
        (I think there may be a TED talk on that fix)

        Read & grow thin:

        (Do you still watch FoxTel or FTA TV, or what?
        Why didn't You know that already?)

        "Learning Never Ends" IF you leave TV behind &

        Go LEARN STUFF on-line… Be Selective!


        If you want to prevent onion pickle burgar post include it in the title.

      • -5 votes

        No it's not lack of self control, it's the food choices Australians are being presented which is the issue. The food the fast food restaurants offer are all highly refined, processed, calorie dense and contains very little fibre, vitamins and minerals. The poor person eating this food will consume 1000 calories and still be hungry. It is like alcohol, the worse to drink is whisky which is very high in alcohol and causes many problems for people, then you have a less dilute source of alcohol which has some benefits such as wine, then you have beer, then you have light beer which if people decided to use as their alcohol source would not become a problem as the volume they would have to drink would be too great for them to become a drunkard or develop an alcohol problem.

        It is the same with food, people need to eat plant based whole foods that are not calorie dense. Eat potatoes, Corn, brown rice and you can not get fat off these foods as they fill the stomach before you consume excess calories. The foods are full of vitamins and minerals and will improve your health. Avoid all fast food, meat, eggs, dairy, processed foods and anything with added oils and fat.

        Just like drinking a quart of whisky is more enjoyable than drinking a quart of light beer, one poses very little problems while the other will destroy you and it's exactly the same with food, consume natural calorie dilute food that fills your stomach. Please listen people, 75% of Australians are overweight or obese. Heart disease and obesity related illness are the main causes of death in our country, please to the OP and others who post these fast food specials stop posting them as you are contributing to the early deaths of millions of people.

        • +2 votes

          So it's all good if you're not on track to being obese yeah? All in moderation right, as others have mentioned it only becomes a problem when people go out of control with these foods


            @pln: No, nobody should ever eat these foods. The foods cause lipotoxicity in the person. There are many monkeys in Asia who were normal weight and were given as much as they wanted on their normal diet and never became overweight but when fed junk food they became horridly obese.

            You can see here how fat monkeys become when given junk food https://www.dogonews.com/2017/5/27/thailands-famous-macaque-... people have a brain large enough to know not to eat these foods but some people it is very small and others with the influence of media convince them it's ok to eat these foods, it is not. Do not ever eat it.

        • +1 vote

          Some of us like freedom.

          Some of us lift.

      • +2 votes

        lack of self control is.

        Most of the population is stressed from over work and lack of sleep and self-control behaves like a finite quantity - if you are stressed and overworked it is very difficult to make good decisions.

  • +11 votes

    my stomach will be ready in 36 days

  • +8 votes

    Damn will be away in 36 days, will this qualify me for a trip cancellation refund…..

    Next time cant we have at least 3 months notice… 🤪

  • +9 votes

    If I can't swap the ingredients around and turn this into a free soft serve or something, what even is the point of life?

    • -4 votes

      You -might- get to swap a Beef s'wich for one w/ Fish
      ("My GP says eat more Fish")

      If Not, add "Less Flexible Food Choices" to my list (above) & find a Subway. :~)

      In a city, try a Salad Bar

  • +11 votes

    The only thing I've gleaned from this comment section is that Subway spent so much money relaunching their menu that they couldn't afford to hire literate sockpuppets :~)

  • -1 vote

    I'll put this into my calendar

  • +4 votes

    This was $5 in the 30 days of deals last year right?

    Also, this is currently achievable today (no need to wait 36 days) if you stack the $3 McClassics with the 3 for $3.

  • +2 votes

    Thank god, I HATE chicken McFeasts. Haven't been to maccas in months because of those disgusting things (and I hate paying full price for anything)

    • +4 votes

      It can be decent but you have to customise it.

      Essentially makes it a Chicken n cheese+lettuce+tomato.


      I customised the chicken mc feast so i turned it into a mc chicken. Small mc chicken meal = $5

    • +2 votes

      At drive through ask for small Chicken McFeast meal no chicken pattie, add quarter pounder pattie. Comes to $5.25. Been doing it for ages.

  • +2 votes

    Small Big Mac

    Since when can you choose the size of your Big Mac ???

  • +1 vote

    … and in other upcoming news…

    Australia prepares for total solar eclipse, in July…. 2028.

  • +1 vote

    im more curious how on earth you know of deal almost 1.5 months in advance?!

  • +4 votes

    For $0.05 extra I already got this deal yesterday by combining these two deals…


  • +1 vote

    But we love onion pickle burgar

  • +4 votes

    Jezz, 36 days to wait. Might have to share kibble with my cat.


    Just in case you're interested - the Big Mac ingredients list, from here - https://mcdonalds.com.au/maccas-food/nutrition

    BIG MAC BUN: Wheat Flour, Water, Yeast, Sugar, Vegetable Oil (Canola), Sesame Seed, Iodised Salt, Gluten, Soy Flour, Preservative (282), Emulsifiers (471, 472e, 481), Malt Flour, Mineral Salt (170), Antioxidant (300, 304, 307, 330), Enzyme
    (1100) Vitamin (Thiamin, Folate), or -
    BIG MAC BUN: Wheat Flour (Thiamin, Folic Acid, Niacin, Iron, Riboflavin), Enzymes), Water, Sugar, Glaze (Contains Wheat), Canola Oil, Sesame Seeds, Potato Starch, Iodised Salt, Yeast, Wheat Gluten, Dough Conditioner (Wheat Sourdough,
    Fermented Acidity Regulator (270), Acidity Regulator (260)), Emulsifier (471), Preservative (282), Natural Flavours, Bread Improver ( Wheat Flour, Enzymes, Antioxidant (300)
    LETTUCE: Iceberg Lettuce.
    BIG MAC SAUCE: Soybean Oil (Antioxidant (330)), Water, Relish [ Pickles, Sugar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Distilled Vinegar, Corn Syrup, Salt, Thickener (415), Preservative (202), Spice Extract, Emulsifier (433)], Mustard [Water, Vinegar, Mustard
    Seed, Salt, Sugar, Colours (100, 150d), Spice], Salted Egg Yolks, Distilled Vinegar, Onion, Thickeners (1442, 415, 405), Spices, Sugar, Salt, Hydrolysed Protein (Corn, Gluten, Wheat, Soy), Colours (160c, 150d, 100), Preservative (211), Emulsifier
    CHEESE: Cheese (Milk, Salt, Culture, Enzymes (Rennet, Lipase)), Water, Milk Solids, Butter, Emulsifiers (340, 452, 331), Salt, Acidity Regulators (260, 330, 339), Colours (160b, 160c), Preservative (200), Soy Lecithin.
    PICKLES: Cucumber, Water, Vinegar, Salt, Preservatives (202, 211), Flavour.
    ONION: Water, Dehydrated White Onion.

    We are brainwashed from a young age that McDonalds is a treat - I'm not sure why - perhaps it hails from a time when there were few other options, such as a greasy fish n chip shop.

    Now there's such a variety out there. It's a big, wide world out there!

    • +4 votes

      2 all beef patty cheese lettuce pickle onion special suace on a sesame seed bun

    • +4 votes

      Checked all the ingredients in your weekly groceries lately? You will find almost all of this in there too.

      Just remember, Macca's is the ONLY establishment that lists EVERY ingredient. No other fast food place does OR restaurant. At least you know what you're getting. Too bad I can't see how much sugar is in my favoruite Thai, Indian or Asian restaurant. Taste so good, I wonder why. Every dish probably has 8 teaspoons of sugar not to mention all the crap. We'll never know though.

      Next time you're in the supermarket, check one thing for me. Sugar content. Every 4g is 1 teaspoon. You will find that what you think was healthy, is not.

      • -3 votes

        "Just remember, Macca's is the ONLY establishment that lists EVERY ingredient. No other fast food place does OR restaurant."

        ….and they're all crap!

        I must be missing your point, I'm trying to steer people to the multitude of real burger places out there vs Macca's crap, you're banging on about sugar in supermarket food.

        Different debate dude!


          What makes your "real burger places" real? Where's their ingredient lists?

          Fair point on the sugar, it was an added extra. Didn't think that would blow your mind, but it did.

          • -3 votes

            @RocketSwitch: I'm not going to try and defend the burgers I eat. To me it's not a debate. If you want to eat Macca's poopoo, it's all yours chief!

            The negs I got for my above comment show the crowd has spoken.

            Poopoo burgers for all!

        • +1 vote

          do you think a real burger place wil have ingredients any different to this? Im sure a quality burger join will use mayo with preservatives, buns with fortified vitamins or cheese with emulsifiers or sauces with a lot of sugar, oil and artificial colours. Im not saying burgers are healthy; all mcdonald food is unlikely to be particularly healthy but mcdonalds isnt the exception. All processed and even restaurant food is far less quality and healthy than what you make at home because their incentive is to make food that tastes good.

  • +1 vote

    but I want it nowwwwww

  • +1 vote

    What's the estimated run time of this promotion? 1 month? 2 months? 3?

  • +1 vote

    If you order without the patties then will it be free like in previous posts?🤣


    A bigmac meal is the maximum anyone should at one sitting if at all but they are giving a free cheeseburger with the meal? That is 1300 calories.


    Is the $3 classic and this del orderable via drive thru or only thru the app?


      This deal is obtainable starting 27th April and can be purchased via app or in store.

  • -1 vote

    Can you post this again in 32 days! Thanks buddy!

  • Deal has started today. Thanks to dust for the heads up.


    Not seeing it in QLD in offers section.

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