McDonalds’ to give free breakfast again

5th National Breakfast Day

If you don’t want your craving to haunt you all day, don’t lose an hour of missing a nice breakfast in the morning. I know most of us start with this short morning routine by having a good hot coffee, bread and eggs. To many, this is one of the most wonderful moments of our twenty-four hours especially if you will be working hard all day.

If you don’t have the luxury of time to prepare for your breakfast, let McDonald’s 5th National Breakfast Day prepare it for you. Take note of the date because March 13 will be your best Monday ever. McDonald’s invites everyone for a free breakfast by just dining-in, taking out, or via drive-thru to your nearest participating McDonald’s restaurants from 6:00 to 7:00 am. You will have your free item of either an Egg McMuffin, a Sausage McMuffin, or McDonald’s newest breakfast offering, the Burgerdesal.

The Burgerdesal is McDonald’s twist on a Filipino staple – the pandesal. The Burgerdesal is made with a soft pandesal, paired with a tasty burger patty and is topped off with a sweet, creamy, and flavorful sauce. Other breakfast sandwiches that will be given during National Breakfast Day include the iconic Sausage McMuffin, a juicy and savory all-beef sausage with melty American cheese finished off with perfectly toasted English Muffins and the classic Egg McMuffin, made with lean Canadian bacon, American cheese, and Grade A egg in between English Muffins.



Egg McMuffin

Egg McMuffin

Sausage McMuffin

Sausage McMuffin

There are close to 450 participating restaurants nationwide that will make your morning extra-ordinary and will make you smile all day
Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the biggest National Breakfast Day yet. Share your National Breakfast Day experience and tag @McDo_PH on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #NationalBreakfastDay. For more information on the 5th National Breakfast Day, please visit

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