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McDonald’s is adding four items to its menu – and they’ll be available from tomorrow.
Toasted breakfast muffins with jam, which have been sold in Ireland for several years, can be purchased by Brit customers for 99p.
The new menu item is being joined by two other favourites.
Maccy D’s announced two of its best-loved McFlurry flavours this week – Cadbury Dairy Milk and Cadbury Caramel.
These will be available in mini and regular sizes, which cost 99p and £1.39 respectively.
And the fourth item that’s joining the fast food line-up is the Triple Cheeseburger.
Following a successful trial period earlier this year, McDonald’s is adding the Triple Cheeseburger to its Saver Menu.
Yorkshire punters were among the first to sample the burger back in February.
It was trialled in just 60 restaurants across the UK earlier this year.
Fans immediately took to social media to declare their love for the new menu option.
So customers are delighted to know it will join the menu for good this time.
From September 2, customers can bag the burger for £2.19.
The treat is made up of three 100% British and Irish beef patties.
It will also feature onions, pickles, mustard and cheese all in a soft toasted bun.
Our mouths are watering… we can’t wait to try it!
Planning a trip to McDonald's?
In line with government advice, social distancing and safety measures at restaurants remain in place at the fast food giant.
This includes hand sanitiser at every entrance for delivery couriers, dine-in and takeaway customers.
Table-service and face mask rules are also in place, as well as contact tracing for customers who eat in.
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