Have you enjoyed the Bank Holiday weekend a bit too much? Well, McDonald's have the perfect gift for you today.

The fast-food giant is treating customers to their favourite items at a reduced price.

As lockdown restrictions have eased, McDonald’s has reopened for outdoor dining for up to six customers at restaurants that have available outdoor seating – exclusively for those ordering via the My McDonald’s App.

For Bank Holiday Monday, McDonald's are offering a sandwich and fries deals for only £1.99 - that is less than half price.

McDonald's are still open for walk-in takeaway and customers can still order via the Drive-thru, McDelivery and Click & Serve using the My McDonald’s App.

Glasgow Times:

Options you can order with fries for the special price include:

  • Big Mac
  • Quarter Pounder with Cheese
  • Filet-O-Fish
  • McChicken Sandwich
  • Vegetable Deluxe
  • Vegetable Dippers

A spokesperson for McDonald's said: "The My McDonald’s App is offering more tasty treats at reduced prices.

"This week’s McDonald’s Monday offer means anyone with the app can order a sandwich and medium Fries at the discounted price of £1.99."

The McDonald’s Monday deal is available exclusively on the My McDonald’s App.

Here are the rules when dining in:

What are the distancing rules?

People from different households must remain 1m apart.

The layout of tables should ensure physical distancing between groups and households can be observed.

Do I need to wear a facemask when not eating or drinking?

No, once seated at a table people can remove their face covering.

The intention is to mitigate the risks where it may be more difficult to keep physically distanced from others such as when entering, exiting, and moving around premises i.e. using the bathroom.

Do staff need to wear face coverings?

Public-facing, front-of-house staff are required to wear face coverings, and staff while in any communal indoor area must wear a face covering.

There is an exemption for staff who are more than two metres away from the public/colleagues or they are behind a suitable partition.

Can customers enter inside to use the toilet?

Yes, but operators must review their risk assessments to ensure robust protocols are in place to manage any pinch points where people are likely to come into closer contact with one another.

Face coverings when indoors and not seated will also still be required i.e. when visiting toilet facilities.

Will takeaway services be open?

Yes, and you can enter if there are clear systems in place to observe physical distancing, face coverings when inside public spaces, and staff safety measures via screens etc.

Depending on capacity, queueing outside may need to be considered.

What happens if my local authority area moves level?

It is expected that all of Scotland, including the Islands, will move in lock-step together through the levels.

There may be a need for local outbreak management measures to be taken, in which case further details will be provided for affected areas.

How do operators manage the seating requirement?

Operators should consider their systems for how this can be managed i.e. pre-booked slots, the arrival point for checking in and directing customers to tables, ordering systems, whether manual or electronic, and clear customer information on the process.

Required compliance behaviours, such as the need to wear face coverings when using toilet facilities, keeping physically distanced and recording personal details/using ‘check-in Scotland app’ for Test and Protect etc.

Does closing time mean we must leave?

All customers must be departed by stipulated closing time with last orders planned accordingly.

It is understood indoor service areas will need to remain open for later outdoor closing where this is a later time, and for takeaway.