There is big money in the quick-service restaurant industry in Australia.
Hungry Australians generate $20.1 billion of revenue, according to IBISWorld, so it's no wonder the big chains all want a slice of the pie.
This is why brands like McDonald's, KFC and Hungry Jacks always have great value deals on.
As usual, Yahoo Finance has picked out the best deals from those three restaurants so you don't have to pay full price for your burger or chicken.
Take a look and decide which eatery will get your money this week:
McDonald's: best discounts
Usually the MyMaccas app is the most reliable source of discounts:
$1 large fries
$4 Big Mac or Quarter Pounder
The list of weekly app discounts is rather short currently because McDonald's Australia is trying to get customers to play its Mini Games for free food. Playing the games in the MyMaccas app could potentially land you one of these items for $0:
Big Mac burger
Quarter Pounder burger
Small Big Mac meal and a Cheeseburger
6 Chicken McNuggets
10 Chicken McNuggets
Small 10-piece chicken McNugget meal
McCafé small coffee
KFC: best discounts
The KFC Australia smartphone app is the place to head for deals.
The New Products section is the place to find temporary promotions:
$2 slider (aioli, supercharged, pepper mayo or BBQ)
24 nuggets for $10
Streetwise Feast (6 pieces original recipe, 6 nuggets, 3 tenders, 2 large chips, 2 dipping sauces): $21.95
The Colonel's Offers section of the app hosts the continuing deals:
Family burger deal (4 Zinger or Original Fillet burgers, two large chips, 1.25L drink): $21.95
Cheap as Chips (8 pieces original recipe, 6 nuggets, 2 large chips, 2 large potato & gravy, 2 dipping sauces): $20.95
Burger Combo Deluxe (Zinger or Original Fillet burger, chips, drink, potato & gravy): $7.45
Double Combo (2 Zinger or Original Fillet burgers, 2 chips, 2 drinks): $14.45
Hungry Jack's: best discounts
Hungry Jack's is a bit old school in that its best deals are found on paper coupons.
Unfortunately the burger chain is infamous for its erratic acceptance of the vouchers. Some restaurants will flat out refuse any discount, some will accept the hard copy of the voucher only, while the best outlets will honour a pic shown on a smartphone.
It's an infuriating gamble, but if you want to give it a go these are the best specials:
2 BBQ brekky wraps for $7.45 [voucher on PDF]
2 Whoppers for $8.95 [voucher on PDF]
2 Whopper small meals for $13.95 [voucher on PDF]
2 Whopper Juniors and 2 small chips for $7.25 [voucher on PDF]
2 Bacon Deluxe burgers for $9.45 [voucher on PDF]
2 Tendercrisp chicken classic burgers for $8.95 [voucher on PDF]
2 vegan cheeseburgers for $10.45 [voucher on PDF]
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