Good Deal: McDonalds Valentine Coupon Books
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Good Deal: McDonalds Valentine Coupon Books

Posted on Monday, February 9th, 2009 at 1:16 pm
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Over the weekend, we treated the kids to a stop at McDonalds. I also wanted to check out the Valentine’s coupon books for myself. For $1 you can buy a coupon booklet filled with 12 different coupons for McDonalds food.

This is a great deal, even if you don’t plan on using them for class valentines or valentine goody bags. I picked up two of the booklets that I plan on keeping in the car. When we are out running errands, these coupons will be great to have for snacks or lunch when the kids start in with the “I’m hungry.” (They may say this 20 minutes after a big lunch at home.) It only takes one coupon to break even with the cost, and you have 12 coupons available!

For that $1 valentine coupon booklet, you get 12 free items! Here is the list:

3 free hamburgers

3 free small cones

3 free apple dippers or small fry

3 free apple juice or milk jug

You can only use one coupon per person per visit, and they have to be used by kids under 12 (In the past, no one at McDonalds has ever asked for ID). Because they are on sale now, you can’t use them until after Valentine’s Day on February 14th.

The official word from McDonalds is that the coupon booklets are available at participating locations. So if you don’t want to venture out and be disappointed, call first!

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