This week, McDonald’s is giving you free breakfast every day — can you get it?

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MCDONALD’S is giving away free breakfast to teachers and school staff every weekday this week to say thanks.

The freebies will be available during McDonald’s breakfast hours Monday to Friday, October 11 to October 15.

These are typically every day from 5am to 11am, except on Fridays when breakfast is served from 5am to 11:30am.

The thank you meals are served in a classic McDonald’s Happy Meal box filled with a breakfast sandwich, hash browns and a drink.

You can choose from an egg McMuffin, a bacon, egg and cheese biscuit or a sausage biscuit.

While beverage options include a medium McCafé hot or iced coffee or a medium soft drink.

The prices usually go up to $2.79 for a McMuffin or biscuit, $1.79 for a coffee and $1.09 for hash browns, according to Realmenuprices.

However, keep in mind the prices can vary depending on where you live.

All educators, such as teachers, administrators and school staff, are eligible for the freebies, which are available once per person per day.

All you need to do to get it is to pop into your local branch and show a valid work ID.

McDonald’s has around 14,000 branches across the US. You can find your nearest one by checking its store locator tool.

Joe Erlinger, president of McDonald’s USA, said: “Together with our owners operators, we’re proud to serve the people who make our communities a better place, and this is an important time to say thank you to some of our everyday heroes.”

“We were honored to give away 12million free thank you meals to first responders and healthcare workers last year and now, with educators going above and beyond, we’re excited to recognize them in a way only McDonald’s can.”

We explain whether McDonald’s all-day breakfast will return.

The fast-food chain recently revealed plans to bring back the popular McRib for a limited time.

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