MCDONALD’S has launched a NEW McSpicy burger – but you’ll have to be quick to try it, as it’s not around forever.
The new McSpicy burger comes with a spicy chicken fillet, lettuce and mayo, sandwiched between two toasted sesame seed buns.
It costs £4.09, but for £5.49 you can get it as part of a medium meal with a side of fries and a drink.
But as franchises set their own prices, this could vary from branch to branch.
Fans might clock that Maccies’ new burger looks a lot like KFC’s Zinger burger.
You’ll be able to bag one from next Wednesday (July 14), but it’s only around for six weeks, so you have until August 24 to get your hands on it.
If you have the My McDonald’s app, then you can also get a free bottle of Happy Meal milk to cool you down when you order the spicy snack.
According to Burger Lad, a bottle of milk from Maccies usually costs around 79p – but again, prices can vary from branch to branch.
To get the deal, you’ll need to download the app, which is free via Google Play and the App Store.
You’ll need to enter a few personal details, such as your name and email address.
Once you’ve set up an account, head to the deals section of the app – on Wednesday, the offer should appear here.
Click on the deal, order your burger, and then the price of the milk will come off your bill automatically.
To celebrate the arrival of its new burger, Maccies has lit up restaurants in the UK with the highest and lowest tolerance to spice.
In a poll of 5,000 McDonald’s fans, Brits in Wolverhampton could handle heat the most, so the chain has lit its branches up green.
While those in Norwich were least likely to hack spicy food – so restaurants have been lit up red.
The McSpicy burger isn’t the only new snack to have hit the Maccies menu recently.
It launched a new BBQ bacon stack burger last month, made out of two beef patties, two slices of pepper jack cheese and bacon topped off with tomato, lettuce, onions and BBQ sauce.
The chain also brought back mozzarella dippers and the Aero McFlurry in two flavours – chocolate and mint.
However, the new treats are only around for a limited period of time, and will vanish from the menu from June 16.
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