Skip to content

McDonald's Just Brought Back This Super Popular Deal

Here's how to get discounts on the chain's most popular menu items.
FACT CHECKED BY Mura Dominko

Even at a time when fast-food menu prices are rising nationwide, America's largest burger chain is offering customers a great way to save a buck or two (or three) on some menu favorites.

McDonald's just brought back one of its most popular deals for a limited time. According to Chew Boom, the 2 for $6 Mix and Match deal is now available again at participating locations nationwide. As the name suggests, customers taking advantage of the deal can select two different menu items from a designated set of options and effectively pay $3 for each item—which spells a discount on some of the chain's most popular menu options.

RELATED: 10 Major Changes McDonald's Made in 2021

The 2 for $6 Mix and Match deal includes the Big Mac, Quarter Pounder with Cheese, 10-Piece Chicken McNuggets, and Filet-O-Fish. If you do the math, you'll see that the savings can be significant. According to Fast Food Menu Prices, these items, on average, cost $3.99, $3.79, $4.49, and $3.79 respectively. So, if you were to use the deal and order, say, a Big Mac and the 10-Piece McNuggets, you could save yourself $2.48. That could simply be money back in your pocket or an additional item like fries, a beverage, or a small shake.

The popular deal has been on offer many times before, including in the fall of 2021, and will surely come around again in the future, but anyone wishing to take advantage of the savings right now should act quickly. You'll find the $6 deal available when you place your order via the McDonald's app.

Other deals currently on offer at McDonald's are large fries and black or iced coffee for $1, again when ordering through the app. And free fries are available on Fridays through March of this year.

For more, check out:

And don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.

Steven John
Steven John is a freelancer writer for Eat This, Not That! based just outside New York City. Read more