Exact date McDonald's is bringing back a popular item to its menu permanently | The Sun

MCDONALD'S is bringing back a popular menu item, but you might be wondering when exactly.

The fast food chain regularly updates its menu to entice new customers in.

This week, it announced the McSpicy is returning to UK and Ireland restaurants as a permanent addition.

The burger will be back in stores from February 15 for £4.79 and £6.29 as an extra-value meal.

The menu item last returned in April 2022 and was priced at £4.29 alone and £5.79 as a medium extra value meal.

That means the burger and meal options have both increased in price by 50p.

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It's not stopped customers taking to social media excited about its return though.

One fan tweeted: "Maccies bringing back the McSpicy permanently. There is a god."

Another, posting on the Newfooduk's Facebook page, simply said: "Shut the front door."

It comes after McDonald's added the Double McPlant burger to menus in January after axing eight items.

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Meanwhile, Maccie's customers can get a big mac for £1.99 with a simple code.

How can I save on my McDonald's order?

If you're a massive Maccie's fan and looking for ways to slash your bill next time, we've got some tips.

You should choose your branch carefully, as prices can vary across restaurants.

Research carried out by The Sun found a Big Mac meal can be up to 30p cheaper at restaurants that are just two miles apart.

Plus, if you have the My McDonald's app, you can bag freebies and discounts on your birthday.

You might even get a free coffee on the big day too.

For fans living in London, make sure you keep hold of your bus tickets as sometimes they come with McDonald's vouchers printed on the back.

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