The Big Tasty is back and here's how you can save £5March 17, 2022
MCDONALDS brought back one of our firm favourite meals, The Big Tasty.
The fast food chain has seen the return of the mouth-watering Big Tasty – and here's how you can save £5.
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- Save £5 on The Big Tasty with TopCashback – click here
The Big Tasty is back, and could be yours for even less, thanks to TopCashback's unmissable deal with Just Eat.
Just the thought of chowing down on the hearty feast is enough to set our mouths watering.
But, just in case you need reminding why it is so good – in case the £5 saving wasn't tempting enough – we will fill in the gaps.
The Big Tasty is a grilled beef patty sandwiched between two soft to the touch brioche buns.
In the middle customers will get a taste of the creamy emmental cheese, crisp fresh salad, the saltiness of crispy bacon – although you can order without – the signature Big Tasty Sauce, as well as Big Tasty BBQ sauce, and crispy fried onions, which is another new variation.
The Big Tasty burger, which returned earlier this week, on its own will set you back just £5.39, while a medium meal fetches £6.89.
But thanks to TopCashback foodies can get up to £5 off their McDonald's order at JustEat.
How to earn £5 bonus cashback from Just Eat
To get the offer you just need to:
- Follow this link to TopCashback's website and sign up for free
- Follow a link from TopCashback to Just Eat
- Make your order and enjoy your food
- Wait for the £5 to roll into your TopCashback account
Within two weeks you’ll see the £5 appear in your TopCashback account – and you can then withdraw to your bank account.
The offer will end on June 30, and you'll need to spend £10 or more to qualify.
To see the full terms and conditions of the offer, visit the TopCashback website.
But the offer will end on June 30, and you'll need to spend £10 or more to qualify.
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- Cashback sites agree offers with retailers which they pass on to customers
- This can vary from a set amount of money off whatever you are buying, or a percentage of the cost of your purchase
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- You have to make your purchases by clicking through from the cashback site
- Because the sites drive traffic to retailers, they earn money from brands they support
- Membership of most sites is free – although some offer premium subscriptions which you pay more for.
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