McDonald’s Australia offers 5 CENT menu items, including a Cheeseburger

McDonald’s is offering a new FIVE-CENT menu across Australia – here’s how to find it

  • McDonald’s Australia offers five cent menu items – including Cheeseburger
  • To redeem the offer, diners must pay through the MyMacca app with a Visa card
  • The five cent deals include a Cheeseburger, large fries or a small McCafé drink


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McDonald’s Australia now offers five cent menu items, including a Cheeseburger, large fries or a small McCafé drink.

Diners can get their hands on the bargains when they order and pay for the item through the MyMacca app using a Visa card.

However, the deal only works at participating stores for new app users – as the limited edition promotion runs until Thursday, October 14.

McDonald's Australia now offers five cent menu items - including a Cheeseburger, large fries or a small McCafé drink

McDonald’s Australia now offers five cent menu items – including a Cheeseburger, large fries or a small McCafé drink

Diners can get their hands on the bargains when they order and pay for the item through the MyMacca app with a Visa card

Diners can get their hands on the bargains when they order and pay for the item through the MyMacca app with a Visa card

Diners can get their hands on the bargains when they order and pay for the item through the MyMacca app with a Visa card

For just five cents, customers can choose between a Cheeseburger, large fries, or a small McCafé beverage including coffee or frappé.

The rare deal comes just a week after the fast-food restaurant brought back its fancy Wagyu beef burgers after disappearing from the menu two years ago.

Diners can now enjoy a chic take on a classic Macca’s burger, made from 100 percent Australian Wagyu beef.

The deluxe burger features Wagyu beef, a tasty slab of bacon, grilled onions, signature sauce, and homegrown produce including tomato slices, crisp lettuce and Aussie Jack cheese.

The fast food restaurant has sourced over 170,000kg of premium Wagyu beef from farms across Australia.

The rare deal comes just a week after the fast-food restaurant brought back its fancy Wagyu beef burgers after it disappeared from the menu two years ago.

The rare deal comes just a week after the fast-food restaurant brought back its fancy Wagyu beef burgers after it disappeared from the menu two years ago.

The rare deal comes just a week after the fast-food restaurant brought back its fancy Wagyu beef burgers after it disappeared from the menu two years ago.

“We are excited to bring back our much-loved Wagyu Beef Burger,” said Amanda Milios, McDonald’s Australia brand manager.

“We know this is a favorite of many of our customers looking for a delicious, more premium lunch or dinner option.

“As part of our continued support for the local farming industry, Macca’s is proud to have sourced over 170,000 kilograms of premium F1 Wagyu beef from over 100 Aussie farms.

“We’ve been celebrating and serving great-tasting homegrown ingredients to our customers from farms across the country for 50 years and we know there’s a huge demand for the flavor of Wagyu beef.”

The Wagyu Beef Burger is available through Tuesday, October 19 in McDonald’s restaurants across the country, including via Drive-Thru, McDelivery or the app.

The burger comes just days after Macca's launched its highly anticipated Pokémon Happy Meal range, featuring 25 brand new trading cards to collect (picture of what the Happy Meal looks like abroad)

The burger comes just days after Macca's launched its highly anticipated Pokémon Happy Meal range, featuring 25 brand new trading cards to collect (picture of what the Happy Meal looks like abroad)

The burger comes just days after Macca’s launched its highly anticipated Pokémon Happy Meal range, featuring 25 brand new trading cards to collect (picture of what the Happy Meal looks like abroad)

The burger comes just days after Macca’s launched its highly anticipated Pokémon Happy Meal range, featuring 25 brand new trading cards to collect.

The fast food restaurant has brought its ‘most requested’ Happy Meal collaboration to Australian shores after its overseas launch proved to be a huge hit.

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the game franchise, fans will be treated to four official Pokémon Trading Card Game cards with every Happy Meal purchase.

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