An Aussie woman has discovered an amazing hack to scoring a McDonald’s Vegan meal for less than the price of a coffee!

An Aussie woman has taken to Facebook to share her clever trick for creating a vegan McDonald’s meal for just $2. Issuing a ‘public service announcement’ to her fellow vegan’s, the woman said that she used to struggle to find affordable options on the menu before discovering the hack.

Budget Friendly

The post was shared in a local vegan Facebook page alongside a photo of the budget creation. “PSA for anyone looking for a cheap feed,” she wrote in the group. “Hamburgers at Macca’s are $1 at the moment and hash browns are $1 on the rewards app.” The woman says she ordered the hamburger, minus the beef patty and replaced it with the hashbrown. “My local doesn’t charge for adding lettuce and tomato for some reason so not bad for $2!”

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Get In Quick!

Comments on the post applauded the woman for her creativity. “Bring me one, I need it immediately!” one excited group member said. “Absolute garbage. I love it!” wrote another.

Those wanting to try the vegan hack for themselves will need to get their skates on. The $1 hamburger and $1 hashbrown deals end on Monday. It’s also worth checking if your local McDonald’s is participating.

Have you discovered a genius vegan fast food hack? Share it in the comments!


  • Does that mean there is no milk in the bread roll? My niece is missing out on her occasional treat as she has to be dairy free for medical reasons.

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  • Nice cheap feed. I do like how Hungry Jacks has vegan burgers, though more expensive, they are filled with yumminess and healthier.

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  • It’s a wonder they don’t make it a secret menu like KFC

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  • I find this whole thing so bizarre

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  • Great hack! But it’s still carbs. I wouldn’t consider this the healthiest option but then again it is McDonald’s!

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  • I wouldnt mind trying these

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  • Bread with potatoes doesn’t look very inspiring to me! :-) What about some lentil burgers? They can be made at home and then you just fill a burger with it. For less than 5 dollars you can buy 4 frozen lentil burgers if you don’t want to make them yourself.

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  • Sounds gross no thanks

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  • Why? Not something I would try. If this person had been to Maccas on more then one occasion and struggled to find a vegan option, why does she keep going back? How about those that dip their fries in the sundaes?! I’m yet to try that one

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  • Surely if you take being a vegan seriously, you wouldn’t even consider supporting a company that is so centered around meat?


    • I have a feeling you might just be on point with this comment.

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  • I have heard of people filling their burger with chips to make it bulky instead of the hash brown.
    They essentially have a Big Mac minus the meat patty.

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  • Sorry, looks disgusting. I don’t think vegans really find much to eat at McDonalds, Hungry jacks is doing better in that regards.

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  • Can’t see it to be that tasty though

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  • McDonalds need to keep an eye on these hacks.

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  • I think I’d just eat elsewhere, but I suppose if you’ve promised the kids or something…

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