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McDonald's Triple Cheeseburger Lands In Restaurants On Wednesday

McDonald's Triple Cheeseburger Lands In Restaurants On Wednesday

Mark your diaries, Maccas fans, because the new Triple Cheeseburger lands in restaurants on Wednesday.

For fans of the classic and double cheeseburger, the new triple-threat burger - which costs £2.19 - is a game-changer.

Made of three succulent 100% British and Irish beef patties layered with onions, pickles, mustard, the stacked burger contains three layers of gooey cheese and comes served in a soft toasted bun.

The brand new Triple Cheeseburger costs £2.19 (Credit: McDonald's)
The brand new Triple Cheeseburger costs £2.19 (Credit: McDonald's)
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Mmm, anyone else salivating RN? We'll be ordering ours with large fries, a Coke and of course a side of golden-crisp chicken nugs.

The new menu option was trialled at 60 restaurants up in Yorkshire back in February, where it was a hit with diners.

Fans flocked to social media to sing the turbo burger's praises, which fuelled bosses' decision to add the cheesy creation to the Saver Menu as a permanent addition.

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"I am ordering three, in advance, sorry to the guy on grill," wrote one.

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"Best burger ever," commented another.

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"GAME CHANGER," added a third.

Maccas restaurants are now operating with health and safety measures in place. These include hand sanitiser at every entrance for delivery couriers and dine-in and takeaway customers, table-service and contact tracing for customers who dine-in, and carefully managing the number of customers and crew inside each restaurant.

(Credit: McDonald's / Instagram)
(Credit: McDonald's / Instagram)

In other Maccas related headlines, a recent survey found that 17 per cent said the first taste of a Big Mac, after months without, was better than a pay rise.

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The chain clearly has a devoted following, with nearly half of respondents saying they would rather give up booze than Maccy D's if they were given the choice.

Meanwhile, one in 10 would ditch their phone before parting with a Big Mac, while 29 per cent would skip watching sport for a year.

(Credit: McDonald's / Instagram)
(Credit: McDonald's / Instagram)

That's some major McDonald's love right there.

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Brb - we're off to score ourselves a triple cheeseburger.

Featured Image Credit: McDonald's

Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.