THERE are just nine days left to enjoy the McDonald’s Great Taste of America menu, so burger fans will want to move quick.
Of the six burgers originally on the menu, only two are still available – one chicken and one beef.
1 McDonald’s fans have just nine days to get their hands on the new Kansas City Stack burgerCredit: Myles New
Hungry customers can still buy the Kansas City Stack and the Nashville Chicken, but only until June 25.
Even more upsetting, McDonald’s will be removing its Aero and Mint Aero McFlurries in just over a week.
Fans had been begging the fast food chain to return the items to the menu for four long years.
Also vanishing soon will be the McDonald’s Nacho cheese wedges, which were also part of the Great Tastes of America menu.
If you want to get your hands on the delicious American-inspired menu – you need to be quick.
McDonald’s has confirmed that all the items will vanish on June 25, or even earlier if stocks run out.
The Kansas City stack was a brand new introduction this year.
It’s made up of two beef burgers with bacon, smoky cheese, crispy onions and lettuce with a Steakhouse BBQ sauce in a BBQ flavoured toasted bun.
The Nashville chicken was also a new burger.
It contains two pieces of crispy chicken in a spicy ketchup, smoky cheese, coleslaw, jalapenos and lettuce in a toasted cornbread bun.
The burgers cost £4.39 on average, but prices can vary between restaurants.
The Nacho cheese wedges are a blend of cheese and jalapenos in a crunchy coating.
A portion of five will set you back £1.59.
The Aero and mint Aero McFlurries are topped with chocolate pieces and a chocolate or peppermint sauce depending on which version you go for.
They’re also available until June 15, you can get a regular size for £1.39 or a mini version for 99p.
To get your hands on any of the disappearing items – just head to your local McDonald’s.
There are over 1,200 restaurants in the UK and you can find your nearest one here.
You can also order direct to your door using the Uber Eats app.
You’ll have to wait till after 10:30am as most McDonald’s restaurants serve breakfast until then.
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If you’d rather have a McMuffin, you’ll be pleased to hear that McDonald’s is trialling later breakfast opening hours in Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight.
The chain is also planning on handing out free chicken nuggets at restaurants this summer including Wireless, Reading and Sundown.
Meanwhile, competitor KFC has just launched a vegan chicken burger, which tastes as good as the real deal.
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