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How to Get McDonald's Coupons
McDonald’s may already be the world’s largest and most recognizable restaurant chain, but that doesn’t stop them from utilizing coupons to draw in customers for a Big Mac or Happy Meal. McDonald’s isn’t perhaps as focused on offering coupons as some other restaurant chains, but there are still plenty of ways to get your hands on some discounts for your next visit to the “Golden Arches.” These tips can also be useful in finding coupons for other retailers as well.
Connecting with McDonald’s
Join the McDonald’s email list.If you join the chain’s official email list at by providing your email address and ZIP code, you will be sent regular messages with news, promos, and other materials.
- If you are outside the U.S., find the McDonald’s website for your location at .
- Consider also connecting with the official McDonald’s accounts on various popular social media platforms. A “like” on your part could result in discount offers coming your way.
Download the official McDonald’s app.One of the main promotion points for McDonald’s mobile app is exclusive weekly offers sent directly to your smartphone. Visit for information and download options.
- The app is available for Apple and Android devices, and is free to download.
Contact McDonald’s directly.As with most corporations, if you contact McDonald’s with feedback, questions, or concerns, it is possible (though certainly not guaranteed) that you will be sent coupons or other discount options.
- A glowing account of your love for the Golden Arches, or a detailed complaint about a problem with a recent visit, may possibly score you a discount. Please don’t stoop to fabricating a complaint in an effort to get some McRib coupons, though.
- You can contact McDonald’s via web form at .
- You can also call 800-244-6227 in the U.S.
- Another option is to mail your feedback to McDonald’s Corporation, 2111 McDonald’s Dr., Oak Brook, IL 60523 (USA).
Walk into a McDonald’s.Sometimes, the simplest, most direct option is the best. Try going into your local McDonald’s and asking them if they have any coupons or other special promotions available.
- Try requesting to speak to the store manager in order to offer feedback, positive or negative. Again, while no guarantee, you may find yourself being offered coupons or other valuable deals.
- Also again, please have the decency not to make up negative feedback in hopes of scoring a half-price Shamrock Shake.
Using Third-Party Options
Visit coupon websites.A simple web search for “McDonald’s coupons” on your preferred search engine will result in a listing of numerous coupon websites promising deals. As with most things on the internet, some of it is legitimately useful, and some of it is junk. Do some research and utilize your best judgment in determining which sites offer the best means to scoring legitimate McDonald’s coupons.
- Without passing judgment on the quality of the sites or their coupon offers, some popular third-party McDonald’s coupon sites include: , , and .
- Third-party social media accounts (such as, for instance, ) may also be a coupon source. Once again, use your best judgment in the quality of the offers.
Check flyers, mailings, and newspapers.Before pitching your stack of junk mail, take a look through all the “penny saver”-style flyers and leaflets. You may find a sheet of McDonald’s coupons mixed amongst the offers for personalized checks and basement waterproofing.
- For many people, Sunday newspapers are primarily coupon-delivery systems, and big-city papers in particular are often stuffed with deals. You may find some McDonald’s coupons inside, and at very least are likely to find enough useful coupons to justify the cost of the paper.
Join a coupon swap club.Many coupon-clippers have found that joining forces helps them to maximize the deals that are most useful to them. Even if you are having trouble finding McDonald’s coupons, the odds are good that someone out there is finding plenty of them.
- Numerous coupon-swap websites have sprung up in recent years. Research various options to see if any seem like a good fit for you.
- Face-to-face coupon clubs also exist in communities all over, in which members meet regularly to trade coupons and discuss coupon strategies. Find a club near you, or start one yourself.
Buy fundraiser coupon books.If you have kids, know kids, or live anywhere near kids, you can almost certainly find someone selling coupon books as a fundraiser for a sports team, dance competition, church group, scout troop, and so on. They may be selling McDonald’s coupon books, or multi-retailer books that contain McDonald’s coupons.
- Buying a coupon book for , , or whatever the cost may be in order to score McDonald’s coupons may not seem like the best investment strategy at first, but these books are usually loaded with enough useful coupons to be worth your while. And, anyway, think of it as supporting a good cause.
- Look for other promotions at McDonalds that will save you money. Even if you do not have a coupon, some McDonalds stores offer reduced Happy Meals one night every week, or a 20-piece Chicken McNugget box for a special price. There is also a Dollar Menu, where food, drinks and desserts are .00 each.
- Remember that McDonalds believes it offers food for a very low price already. Therefore, the coupons you find will likely be for small discounts. For example, you might find a coupon for a free small soda when you buy a large drink. Or, you might get a free Big Mac when you buy a Big Mac Value Meal.
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