McDonalds fans can bag huge deals for one day only – with cheaper Filet-O-Fish

Fast food giant McDonald's is treating customers today (February 13).

The famous retailer is known for its delicious burgers and cracking deals on the McDonald's app.

Now if you're planning a cheeky lunchtime trip, you can tuck into a Filet-O-Fish for just £1.39.

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It'll mean a huge saving of £2.70 so you can enjoy the classic burger with cheese and tartare sauce for less.

Customers will be able to earn points when they purchase the deal by opting into MyMcDonald's Rewards.

The scheme means every penny spent equals one Rewards point, so you can pick up 139 points when buying a Filet-O-Fish.

McDonald's fans who headed to their local for breakfast this morning were also able to pick up a free coffee with their Bacon Roll.

Early risers tucked into a hot drink for free when purchasing the popular breakfast bun.

There are some amazing Rewards available for customers to treat themselves to when point milestones are hit.

When customers reach 1,500 points, they can choose between menu items including small fries, a hash brown or side salad.

With 2,500 points, a Double Cheeseburger or Vegetable Deluxe is on the cards.

Finally, with 4,000 points customers can choose between 6 Chicken McNuggets or a Big Mac.

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There is also an option for customers to donate the cash equivalent of their Rewards points to BBC Children in Need, FareShare and Ronald McDonald House Charities.

All deals are exclusively available on the McDonald's app and customers can earn points on all orders.

McDonald's breakfast is available from 5am-11am and lunchtime menu is available from 11am daily.

It comes after a McDonald's lover shared a genius hack to bag extra nuggets and free sides.

The foodie posted on TikTok to share the clever way you can bag two extra chicken nuggets and free sides without splashing the cash.

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