For the 2023 – 2024 season, get a free Big Mac from McDonald’s when the Vikings score two or more touchdowns! We’ve got the scoop on how to do that here. SKOL!
Here’s another reason to cheer for the Minnesota Vikings – when they score two or more touchdowns in a game, you’ll be able to pick up a FREE Big Mac from McDonald’s!
You’ll need to use the coupon on the McDonald’s app to get your free Big Mac and make a minimum purchase of $1 (excludes tax).
You don’t need to do anything to receive the coupon – just open up the McDonald’s app and you’ll see the offer there.
There is a limit of one use per person. Chrysa and I both used this deal this week! The deal is good for the whole week, but once you use the deal one time, it’s gone for that week.
The McDonald’s app has a lot of great deals besides this one. You can often get free fries (sometimes without any additional purchase), 20% off your order, and more. Always check the app before you place an order!
Details are on the Vikings website.
If you happen to be traveling McDonald’s has Big Mac offers when other NFL teams win too. I spotted it happening for the Philadelphia Eagles to get a free Big Mac when they make a sack and for those in the Detroit area it’s a BOGO Big Mac Deal when they make an interception – so it might be available for other teams too.
And just in case you want to try making some of your McDonald’s favorites at home, here are a few recipes from over at Thrifty Jinxy:
That’s not the only free sandwich you can get when Minnesota sports teams do well this fall and winter! With this Arby’s and Timberwolves free sandwich promotion you can get a FREE Arby’s Beef and Cheddar whenever the Timberwolves make 12 or more 3 pointers in a game – we’re still waiting to see if it comes back with the new season starting in October.
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