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McDonald’s, KFC and Uber Eats Black Friday – get 30% off orders

HUNGRY bargain hunters can get 30 per cent off their McDonald's and KFC grub this Black Friday weekend by ordering on Uber Eats.

You can get a maximum discount of £10, meaning you'll get just over £33 worth of food for £23.

 Hungry shoppers can get 30 per cent off their food on Uber Eats this Black Friday weekend
Hungry shoppers can get 30 per cent off their food on Uber Eats this Black Friday weekendCredit: Getty Images - Getty

To get the discount, you'll need to order your food on the Uber Eats app before 11.55pm this Sunday - December 1.

If you don't already have it, you can register by first downloading the app on the App Store and Google Play.

Before you pay for your food, simply add the code "BF30UK" or "BF30IR" if you're in Ireland.

Just keep in mind that you'll have to fork out £3.50 for Uber Eats to deliver the McDonald's food to your home, while KFC deliveries generally cost between £3.49 and £4.49.

The deal is available already in all McDonald's 950 branches across the UK and Ireland. You can find your nearest one using its branch finder tool.

Uber Eats hasn't yet confirmed whether it's also available in all KFC restaurants across the UK, so we'll update this article once we hear back.

The discount is also valid in more than one hundred other restaurants, including Itsu, Leon, MEATliquor, Papa John's, Subway and Wasabi.

What you can get depends on where you live though, so double-check the app first before you get excited.

The deal comes just a week after McDonald's offered free fries through its own app.

KFC also offered free fries to hungry shoppers on Black Friday last year.

Stressed shoppers can also bag a free glass of wine or pint of Guinness today at any Greene King pub.

While JustEat is helping thousands of homeless and lonely get free meals this Black Friday.

If you're looking for the best Black Friday deals, then check out our round-up here.

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