McDonald’s fans rejoice over launch of a £2.39 TRIPLE cheeseburger – 26 years after it first appeared on UK menus
- McDonald’s has added triple cheeseburgers to the menu of 60 UK restaurants
- Fast food chain will sell the burger nationwide later this year, if it proves popular
- The £2.39 cheesy meat bun is already available in the U.S and Australia
McDonald’s has made a new meaty addition to its menu, debuting a triple cheeseburger in 60 of its UK stores.
The fast food chain will introduce the burger across the nation later this year, if the trial is successful.
The triple cheeseburger is made up of three patties stacked between three cheese slices, served in a bun with mustard, gherkins, onions and ketchup, and is priced at £2.39, depending on the branch.
McDonald’s is currently trialing a triple cheeseburger (pictured) at 60 selected stores across the UK, priced at £2.39
A McDonald’s double cheeseburger typically costs just £1.69.
The slightly more expensive new triple cheeseburger, which is already available across the US, has 520 calories.
According to BurgerLad, this isn’t the first time McDonald’s has offered its customers a triple cheeseburger.
The review website claims that the meaty burger was available to buy in 1994 during the World Cup, under the name The Hat Trick.
Customers across the UK have taken to Twitter, expressing their excitement that they will be able to try the triple cheeseburger, which is also available at nine outlets in Ireland.
‘Why do McDonald’s always bring out something good when I give up takeaways for Lent #triplecheeseburger,’ wrote one.
Joking that they had given up fast food for Lent and ahead of summer, customers took to Twitter revealing they’re excited to try the new addition to the menu
Where can you buy a McDonald’s triple cheeseburger?
- Crystal Peaks
- Sheffield – Drake House
- Sheffield Handsworth
- Rotherham 2
- Meadowhall 2
- Rotherham Bawtry Road
- Rotherham Canklow
- Rotherham – Parkgate
- Doncaster Dome
- Doncaster – Thorne Road
- Doncaster Factory Outlet
- Balby – Sandford Road
- Doncaster – Centurion Retail Park
- Sheffield 2
- Sheffield – Farm Road
- Sheffield Archer Road
- Sheffield – Darnall Road
- Markham Vale
- Woodall Welcome Break
- Scunthorpe 2
- Scunthorpe – Doncaster Road
- Hull St Andrews Quay
- Hull – Holderness Road
- Bridlington – Bessingby Road
- Grimsby – Birchin Way
- Cleethorpes – Meridian Point
- Hull – Cottingham Road
- Laceby – Grimsby
- Asda Kingswood Hull
- Hull – Boothferry Road
- Morrisons – Beverley
- Clifton Moor
- Bilbrough Top
- York Outlet Village
- Monks Cross Drive-Thru
- York – Poppleton
- Goole Dt
- Knaresborough Retail Park
- Scarborough Fayre
- Ireland stores participating in the trial:
- Douglas Village, Douglas, Cork
- Commons Rd. Blackpool, Cork
- Blackpool Shopping Ctr, Blackpool, Cork (Mall)
- Musgrave Park, Kinsale Road / Tramore Road, Ballyphehane, Cork City
- Unit 1 Riverside Mall, Midleton, Co Cork
- Unit F1 Mahon Point Shopping Centre Cork
- 4-5 Winthrop St. Cork
- 64 Patrick St, Cork
- Old Fort Road, Off Main Street, Ballincollig, Co Cork
Another said: ‘McDonald’s have released a triple cheeseburger. Summer bod cancelled’
A third added: ‘Day one of diet going well then… can’t stop f*** thinking about that triple cheeseburger from Maccies lol’
Others vented their frustration that the burger wasn’t being offered in locations closer to the capital.
‘Just checked and I can’t see anywhere in London serving this triple cheeseburger, what a s*******,’ wrote one.
Attempting to resolve the problem, another said: ‘Life hack: McDonald’s is not serving the triple cheeseburger near you. Then order a double and add an extra patty’
Others complained that they won’t be able to try the burger in their local area, but one said the solution is to ask for an additional patty in a double cheeseburger
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