McDonald’s Monopoly – cheapest meal option to win prizes revealed

MCDONALD’S Monopoly players on a budget should order the wrap of the day if they want to be in with a chance of winning a prize without breaking the bank.

The cheapest meal on the Monopoly menu is the daily discounted Big Flavour Wrap that costs £3.59 – £1.70 cheaper than a burger.

The McDonald’s Wrap of the Day changes every day

Wrap of the Day brings the price of a Big Flavour Wrap down to £1.99 from £2.99 and changes daily between the BBQ Chicken Bacon, the Sweet Chilli Chicken, Garlic Mayo Chicken and the Hot Peri Peri Chicken.

The dish features in McDonald’s Monopoly and comes with three stickers, but shoppers can increase this to eight stickers by upgrading to a meal.

Around 1,100 out of the 1,300 McDonald’s branches around the UK are franchised, and those branches can set its own prices.

As a result, the cost of a meal can vary by up to 40p depending on where you order from – or by as much as 15 per cent if you buy food from a service station restaurant – so be aware that prices may be different at your local Maccies.

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But the second cheapest meal on the Monopoly menu is a grilled or crispy chicken salad that costs £4.29, 60p more expensive than the Wrap of the Day meal.

For an extra 20p, you can upgrade your salad to a chicken and bacon one making it the third cheapest meal deal option on the Monopoly menu.

Diners who don’t fancy the Wrap of the Day can buy any Big Flavour Wrap meal as at £4.59, it’s the next cheapest meal option.

If you’ve only got a fiver in your pocket, then you can also get a three piece Chicken Selects meal for £4.79, but if you want to add an extra strip you’ll need to fork out another £1.

The cheapest burger meal deal is a Chicken Legend which will set you back £5.29, while anything from The Signature Collection will cost you £6.39.

Of course, you can save the cash by ordering menu items separately, like a medium side of fries for £1.09, but you’ll get fewer stickers and reduce your chances of winning.

You can also save cash by ordering from the McDonald’s Saver menu, which includes a Bacon Double Cheeseburger for £1.99 or Hamburger for 89p, but these won’t come with any Monopoly tokens.

This year, the fast-food chain has given the game a health kick by getting rid of the “go large” incentive and slashing the number of stickers to the same as a medium meal – which also saves you cash.

You can even boost the number of stickers you get with your meal from eight to nine by swapping your side of fries for a shaker salad.

When you do finally get to peel back the tokens on the packaging of your meal, make sure you keep an eye out for the rarest ones to be in with a chance of scooping the biggest prizes.

There are other ways you can increase your chances of winning such as using the online game codes at off-peak times.

You can also nab other people’s tiles from discarded packaging by “wombling”.

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