McDonald’s is adding a Triple Cheeseburger to its Saver Menu in all UK restaurants today, along with three other delicious items.

The triple cheeseburger permanent addition, and will be priced at £2.19.


For just over two quid you’ll get three 100% British and Irish beef patties with onions, pickles and mustard, and it wouldn’t be a cheeseburger without cheese, would it? Well this is covered in the stuff.

It was first trialled in Yorkshire earlier this year and the taste-test verdict was a winner, so it’s being rolled out to the rest of the country.


McDonald’s has slowly been bringing back items to the menu after operating with a reduced selection when they first reopened after lockdown.

Elsewhere on the menu, they’ve also launched a brand-new breakfast item – a Jam Muffin costing just 99p.

Also, for the first time since April last year, they’ve released their Cadbury Caramel McFlurry and Cadbury Dairy Milk McFlurry, which will set you back £1.39 for a standard size and just 99p for a mini one.

McDonald’s said in a statement: “To add a lighter bite to breakfast, the Jam Muffin will be available for 99p. The toasted muffin with jam has been on sale in Ireland for a number of years and will now be coming to the UK.


“Also returning to the menu tomorrow are promotional McFlurry flavours – in both regular and mini sizes, the Cadbury Dairy Milk and Cadbury Caramel – both firm favourites among McFlurry fans.”

The fast-food giant added: “Following a successful trial period earlier this year, the Triple Cheeseburger will now officially join the Saver Menu as a permanent addition from Wednesday 2 September.”

What are you waiting for – get down there now!