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McDonald's to launch limited-edition juicy burger for sport fanatics


McDonald’s UK and Ireland is introducing The Hat Trick burger alongside other tasty goodies.

Always innovating, the famed yellow arches are known for releasing experimental treats and bringing back popular bites.

Soon people will be able to get their hands on the The Hat Trick burger, which is also available as part of a meal.

The Hat Trick burger has three 100 percent beef patties with two slices of cheese, grilled onions, mustard and ketchup in a glazed sesame seed bun.

The latest McDonald’s burger will be sold for £5.89, or fans could opt for a medium meal for £7.69.

New menu additions also include McDonald’s Chicken Sharebox®, nine Chicken Selects Sharebox®, and Skittles® McFlurry®.

McDonald’s Chicken Sharebox®

McDonald’s Chicken Sharebox® includes six Chicken Selects®, 12 Chicken McNuggets®, plus two McNuggets® dips and two Selects® dips for £10.59.

Nine Chicken Selects Sharebox®

Nine Chicken Selects Sharebox® (£8.49) comes with three Selects® dips, such as Garlic Mayo, Sweet and Smoky BBQ and Sweet Chilli.

Popular Mozzarella Bites with a rich tomato dip (£2.39) will be making a comeback, which may delight fans of the fast food restaurant.

Also returning for the limited edition menu is the Galaxy® Caramel McFlurry for £2.19.

And the Iced Latte (£2.49) will be returning permanently for coffee lovers all across the UK.

Those with a sweet tooth may appreciate the Galaxy® Chocolate and Raspberry Pie, which is a pastry filled with chocolate ganache and raspberry compote, for £1.99.

When can you get the new McDonald’s menu additions?

There are plenty of options to look forward to in a couple of weeks’ time, but it’s helpful to be in the know before the menu changes again.

All these goodies will be available in McDonald’s across the UK and Ireland from Wednesday, May 29, 2024.

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