McDonald's Canada $1 Coffee Is Back As A Way To Celebrate The Holiday Season

If you want to get into the festive spirit, McDonald's Canada $1 coffee is back across the country to celebrate the holiday season but it won't last for long.

The fast-food chain is looking to share festive cheer by offering any size premium-roast coffee for only $1.

You'll still have to pay the tax so it'll come out to more than that but it's still a deal, especially if you get a big size.

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November 30 $1 coffee offer starts at McDonald's Canada

This offer starts at participating locations across Canada on November 30.

It'll only be available for a limited time so if you want to get the savings, don't put this off.

For the holidays this year, there's no festive menu at McDonald's Canada so you won't be able to get peppermint lattes.

However, there are new cups with winter designs.

If you want holiday treats right now, Starbucks, Tim Hortons and Krispy Kreme have seasonal items available.

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