MCDONALD’S is axing four menu items tomorrow as part of its latest shake-up.
The spicy quarter pounder and quarter pounder deluxe are among those getting axed – November 17 is the final day fans will be able to order one.
In case you’ve never tried one, the spicy quarter pounder – priced at £4.79 – contains a beef patty, pepper jack cheese, onions, jalapenos, mustard and a spicy ketchup.
But some fans have complained that the spicy burger is actually too hot.
Meanwhile, the quarter pounder deluxe, which costs £4.89, is made up of a beef patty,lettuce, tomato, cheese, pickles, onions, mayo, ketchup, mustard, and bacon.
Other products that’ll be disappearing are the McChicken BLT and nacho cheese wedges.
Which McDonald’s items are coming off the menu tomorrow?
MCDONALD’S will sell the following menu items for the final time tomorrow, November 17, as part of its latest shake-up.
- Spicy quarter pounder with cheese – £4.79
- Quarter pounder deluxe – £4.89
- McChicken BLT – £5.19
- Nacho cheese wedges – £1.79
- Nacho cheese wedges (sharebox) – £4.79
The McChicken BLT – priced at £5.19 – is just like a normal McChicken sandwich, a crispy chicken patty with lettuce and mayo, but with added bacon.
The wedges – which come in a regular portion with five bites for £1.79, or a sharebox with 15 pieces for £4.79 – are bites of melted spicy jalapeno cheese, covered in fried tortilla chips.
McDonald's had always planned on removing these items tomorrow to make room for its Christmas menu 2020.
It means from Wednesday, November 18, they'll be a whole new load of items to choose from including a double Big Mac and Celebrations McFlurry.
The double Big Mac, priced from £4.19, has a whopping four patties instead of the usual two, as well as cheese, lettuce, onions and Big Mac sauce.
Other new items include a Jamaican jerk chicken sandwich and cheese melt dippers.
McDonald's will also carry on selling its salted caramel latte through Christmas, even though the drink was originally due to be dropped tomorrow too.
The festive menu from McDonald's will be around until December 29.
In line with government guideline, McDonald's restaurants remain closed for dine-in customers in England.
However, you can still order food for takeaway, click and collect or delivery.
Delivery from McDonald's is available through Just Eat or Uber Eats, depending on your area – but keep in mind you'll pay extra for delivery.
Click and collect is free and done through the My McDonald's app.
McDonald's has around 1,300 restaurants in the UK – see where your nearest McDonald's is by using the online finder tool.
The latest menu change comes as McDonald's brought back veggie dippers and veggie deluxe to its reduced menu.
The fast food chain is also selling frozen lemonades and caramel iced frappes but only in select locations.
Also new to McDonald's is a free cheeseburger offer for new members of its app.
The fast food chain recently offered 30% off its entire menu through its app but sadly this deal has now expired.
It comes as McDonald's brought out a new breakfast roll this month for fans looking to try something new.
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