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McDonald's Has Launched A Triple Cheese Burger

McDonald's Has Launched A Triple Cheese Burger

Grab the ketchup sachets and wear your best elasticated trousers, because McDonald's has added a Triple Cheeseburger to its menus - and we're drooling.

Officially joining the Saver Menu as a permanent addition from Wednesday 2nd September, the brand-new Triple Cheeseburger is priced at £2.19.

That price tag gets you three succulent 100% British and Irish beef patties with onions, pickles, mustard and - of course - that all-important gooey cheese, all in a soft toasted bun.

A cheeseburger is always part of our go-to Maccy D's order - but this is next level.

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The Triple Cheeseburger joins the Saver Menu as a permanent addition from Wednesday 2nd September (Credit: McDonalds)
The Triple Cheeseburger joins the Saver Menu as a permanent addition from Wednesday 2nd September (Credit: McDonalds)

Ah, Maccas, you really do deliver the goods. *Chef's kiss*

The cheesy addition has been thoroughly taste-tested, too.

Macca's fans in Yorkshire were amongst the first to sample the Triple Cheeseburger way back back in February of this year, when the triple-threat burger was trialled across 60 restaurants.

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Hungry reviewers immediately took to social media in their droves to declare their love for the new menu option - meaning it will now be rolled out as a permanent fixture on McDonald's restaurants.

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In line with Government guidance, social distancing and safety measures at restaurants remain in place.

The regular cheeseburger just got upstaged (Credit: McDonalds / Instagram)
The regular cheeseburger just got upstaged (Credit: McDonalds / Instagram)

These measures 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.

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In other Maccas-related news, a recent survey revealed that one in 10 of us would consider their partner eating a Maccy D's order without them to be as bad as cheating.

We're not surprised, to be honest.

One in 10 would consider their partner eating a Maccy D's order without them to be as bad as cheating (Credit: Instagram / McDonald's)
One in 10 would consider their partner eating a Maccy D's order without them to be as bad as cheating (Credit: Instagram / McDonald's)

Coming home to that faint whiff of fries, followed by the discovery of a familiar brown paper bag crumpled in the bin, is heartbreak like no other.

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In the poll of 1,000 fast food fans, a shocking one in 20 would actually break up with their partner if they found out they'd gone for a cheeky Drive-Thru without them.

What can we say, our love for Maccas is a love like no other.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink, mcdonalds

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

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