McDonald’s has announced it will be offering customers free delivery through the weekend.
Starting on Friday, customers across the country can receive orders made through UberEats with no delivery fee.
The only catch – the orders have to be more than $25.
It comes as the vast majority of Australians are self-isolating in their homes due to the coronavirus outbreak.
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Jo Feeney, Marketing Director at McDonald’s Australia, said the offer may reappear throughout April.
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“Throughout this month, we’ll be giving Macca’s customers who order contactless McDelivery via the UberEats app free delivery on any orders over $25,” Feeney said.
“To start with, the offer will be available for those who place a Macca’s order on the UberEats app this coming Friday, Saturday and Sunday.”
It comes after McDonald’s announced it would begin selling household items to help people struggling to find essentials at supermarkets.
Eggs, bread and milk have been temporarily added to the fast-food chain’s menu.
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