Where can you get the McDonald's triple cheeseburger?

Just when we thought the McDonald’s menu couldn’t get any better (hello, Big Mac sauce) the fast food giant has brought out a new and improved item – the triple cheeseburger.

The cheesy triple patty launched at selected McDonald’s branches yesterday, as part of a new trial.

The hope is that burger enthusiasts will love it so much that the brand can roll it out across all their 1,249 branches restaurants nationwide.

With three slices of meat, three slices of cheese, the OG dressing, sauce and the regular bun, it’s hard to believe that people won’t love it.

The triple threat, which is around 520 calories, comes in at £2.39 – which is slightly pricier than the double cheeseburger for £1.69.

There are 60 branches taking part in the UK, including restaurants in Doncaster, Hull, York and Sheffield, alongside nine branches in Ireland – where the burger will be priced at €2.90.

Sadly, it looks like Londoners will have to wait to get their hands on the meaty creation, as none of the capital’s restaurants are taking part.

Of course, it’s worth pointing out that anyone who can’t get down to one of the restaurants trialling the new product can make their own triple cheeseburger, with three regular cheeseburgers. This move will, however, set you back an extra 58p, as a regular cheeseburger is is priced at 99p (3 x 99p = £2.97).

But it seems the treats keep on coming from McDonald’s in 2020.

Earlier this year, burger fans were overjoyed when the chain brought back the Grand Big Mac – which is available for eight weeks.

Which branches are taking part?

  • Worksop
  • Crystal Peaks
  • Sheffield – Drake House
  • Sheffield Handsworth
  • Rotherham
  • Meadowhall
  • Rotherham
  • Meadowhall
  • Rotherham Bawtry Road
  • Rotherham Canklow
  • Rotherham – Parkgate
  • Doncaster
  • Doncaster Dome
  • Doncaster – Thorne Road
  • Doncaster Factory Outlet
  • Balby – Sandford Road
  • Doncaster – Centurion Retail Park
  • Thorne
  • Chesterfield
  • Sheffield 2
  • Sheffield – Farm Road
  • Chesterfield
  • Sheffield Archer Road
  • Barlborough
  • Sheffield – Darnall Road
  • Markham Vale
  • Hillsborough
  • Tankersley
  • Woodall Welcome Break
  • Cortonwood
  • Grimsby
  • Scunthorpe
  • Scunthorpe – Doncaster Road
  • Kingston-Upon-Hull
  • Hull St Andrews Quay
  • Cleethorpes
  • Willerby
  • Ennerdale
  • 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
  • York
  • Clifton Moor
  • Bilbrough Top
  • York Outlet Village
  • Monks Cross Drive-Thru
  • York – Poppleton
  • Goole Dt
  • Selby
  • Shiptonthorpe
  • Harrogate
  • Knaresborough Retail Park
  • Scarborough
  • Scarborough Fayre

Which restaurants in Ireland are 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

Are you keen to try the new Triple Cheeseburger? Or are you satisfied with the Double?

Share your views in the comments below.

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