McDonalds celebrates McDeliverys 5th birthday by giving 30% off all orders

McDonald's is celebrating the 5th birthday of its McDelivery service!

And to mark the special occasion, which is tomorrow (June 16), the fast food giant is offering 30% off one order via McDelivery.

Also to celebrate, McDonald's has created four summer hotspots around the UK, including London, to enjoy your lunch al fresco.

So mark the date in your diary as the fast food giant is offering customers the ultimate line-up of discounts and freebies.

Even if you don't make it to one of the hotspots, you could still get involved as McDonald's is giving 30% off orders via McDelivery.

It means you can get your favourite menu items at a tasty low-price with all the convenience of delivery.

And members of the public can soak up some sunshine and enjoy a McDelivery al fresco with summer entertainment tomorrow.

The four locations and addresses are:

  • London – Bernie Spain Garden, South Bank, London, SE1 9PH, 4-8pm
  • Liverpool – Chavasse Park, Thomas Steers Way, Liverpool L1 8LW, 4-8pm
  • Brighton – British Airways i360, Lower Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2LN, 4-8pm
  • Cardiff – Cardiff High Streets pedestrianised area near Queen Street Station, 4-8pm

Each location will have live music with games on the lawn, plus an exclusive zone to enjoy your McDonald's.

Those living in the capital city will be able to get their hands on a free Tiramisu McFlurry.

The new McFlurry will be handed out from a McDonald's stylish Ice Cream Van to mark 5 years since McDelivery came into our lives.

All you need to do is head to the park and a member of the McDonald's team will serve you.

But you must be quick, as one the supplies are gone, you're too late.

Don't miss out on these amazing offers, download the McDonald's UK app now.

The 30% off is available between 00:01 and 23:59 on June 16. Order via the "Offers" section of the McDonald's UK app.

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