DEAL: McDonald’s – Updated Loose Change Value Menu starting 7-9 September 2020

Starting 7-9 September 2020, McDonald’s are updating their Loose Change value menu with the following options:

The menu launches on:

  • Monday 7 September 2020 in WA and SA
  • Tuesday 8 September 2020 in VIC, TAS, NT and QLD
  • Wednesday 9 September 2020 in NSW and ACT

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2 Responses

  1. Andrew says:

    Recently visited my Cleveland (Qld) store to find my regular order had increased by 40%, I noticed above that McBites went up 50%. This means that i have to decrease my consumption of the products by 40%, if I dont do this and other opportunists increase their prices i will be borrowing money to maintain my previous living standard. I am lucky in that i have survived previous recessions, and know how to find alternatives. The worst thing a person can do is pay these inflalted prices.

  2. Jake says:

    Quite the price jump for the McBites – from $2 to $3

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