McDonald’s Are Changing The Big Mac For The First Time In 50 Years
McDonald's has announced that they are going to be changing their iconic Big Mac for the first time since its creation in 1968. Although you might change your McDonald's order every now and then the Big Mac is always your solid choice and you can never go wrong.
Now McDonald's are offering a twist to your favourite menu item and letting you add bacon to the already dreamy combination.
However, the extra addition is only available until the 19th March so you need to make sure you fill up on them soon.
The change means if you choose to upgrade your Big Mac at £3.09 you'll be treating yourself to two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, sandwiched between a three-piece sesame seed bun and now with bacon.
To give you even more good news the Grand Big Mac and Mac Junior will be returning after their successful launch last January.
The returning burgers will also be available with bacon so you don't feel like you're missing out.
Each Grand Big Mac at £4.09 has the same contents as a regular Big Mac but on a bigger scale so there's nothing not to love about it.
A Junior Mac is a smaller version of the Big Mac with one less patty so it is perfect for when you just can't manage a full one and at just £2.29 it's definitely worth it.
The Galaxy McFlurry and its caramel version were removed from the menu to the horror of fans.
However, the treat made a comeback this January, while the Maltesers reindeer version of the ice cream was pulled from the menu.
Only available until the 30th January the McFlurry will cost £1.29, or alternatively there's a mini version for 89p.
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