McDonald’s Is Giving Out Free Fries Every Friday Through the End of the Year

The only thing better than McDonald's fries is... free McDonald's fries!

Friday—or should we say Fry-day?—is back again. This time, it’s sticking around for the rest of 2023!

Let’s face it, there are few things in life as satisfying as a fresh batch of McDonald’s fries. Whether you dunk them in ketchup, dip them in mayonnaise or enjoy them with one of the best McDonald’s sauces, treating yourself to fries is always the way to go.

Here’s an easy way to get yourself free McDonald’s fries every Friday for the rest of the year.

How do you get McDonald’s free fries?

It’s pretty simple. First, download the official McDonald’s app and register your details on it. It takes about a minute. When you’re done, you’ll be able to get their app-exclusive offers and coupons.

You can claim your free medium McDonald’s fries by ordering anything through the app’s Mobile Order & Pay feature–as long as it costs more than $1. There’s a whole load of affordable options on the $1 $2 $3 Dollar Menu, from deliciously tasty burgers to crispy McChickens. You should have no problem finding something cheap to buy so you can get the free fries. It’s worth the effort—there’s a reason fries are the best-selling item on the McDonald’s menu.

The other in-app deals are pretty sweet, too. You can get a free 10 piece Chicken McNuggets for $1 with your first app order—no strings attached. It’s a win-win situation.

When is McDonald’s giving out free fries?

If you want to bag yourself these delicious, hot fries for nothing, you’re in luck. The deal will be available through December 29, 2023, so you can enjoy every Friday for the rest of the year with free fries. If you order now, you can even try the new McDonald’s sauces. Rumor has it that the Mambo sauce is excellent on fries.

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Charlotte Grainger
Charlotte Grainger is a creative feature writer, with a flair for food, health and lifestyle pieces. Her work has been seen in a number of national publications including Beyond Words Magazine, Reader's Digest and Psychologies. When she’s not typing away, you can find her trying out new recipes or binging Netflix shows— sometimes simultaneously.