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17 things McDonald’s employees won’t tell you

Different locations have their own rules and policies. But generally speaking, here’s what people working at those famous golden arches wish you knew.

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1. You can pay less for your favourite meal
1. You can pay less for your favourite meal
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Everyone has their own take on what happens behind the counter, or even how to 'hack' the menu. Staff think saving big on your favourite Mickey D’s order isn’t rocket science.

Try ordering a sausage muffin and a side of eggs to make a cheaper version of the Sausage Egg McMuffin.

Other menu hacks: A sundae with a McFlurry topping is cheaper than a McFlurry, and ordering any sauce on the side is free of charge. 

Ever wondered what’s really going on behind closed doors when it comes to how your food is produced? People in the know share some hard facts and instructive opinions.



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