McDonald's starts 'throwback' Thursday deals, offering cheeseburgers, shakes for $0.25
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The Golden Arches is spicing up the dreary winter with a new "Throwback Deal" promotion, offering select menu items for less than a buck, for a limited time.
Sign at the first McDonald's franchise, opened by Ray Kroc on April 15, 1955 in Des Plaines, Ill. Now a museum. (iStock)
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Starting today and valid each Thursday through the next few weeks, Mickey D’s has slashed prices for traditional favorites like cheeseburgers, shakes and fries when customers order through the app and spend at least $1 at participating restaurants.
The Golden Arches is spicing up the dreary winter with a new "Throwback Deal" promotion, offering select menu items for less than a buck, for a limited time. (iStock)
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According to the chain’s website, customers can score a cheeseburger for $0.25 on Jan. 21, a small shake for $0.25 on Jan. 28 and an apple pie for $0.20 on Feb. 4. From there, Mickey D’s is offering a large fries for $0.35 on Feb. 11 and has the final Throwback Deal come full circle with a cheeseburger for $0.25 on Feb. 18.
For fans who are really lovin’ it, the highly anticipated new crispy chicken sandwiches will finally hit McDonald’s menus on Feb. 24. The three sandwiches were first tested over a year ago in Knoxville, Tenn., and Houston, Texas, and their national debut will likely mark the next battle of the chicken sandwich wars.