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McDonald’s Just Announced A Brand New Breakfast Deal–Customers Are So Excited!

SheFinds 3/17/2023 Faith Geiger
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We’ve got great news for lovers of McDonald’s breakfast. Before you get your hopes up, no, unfortunately we’re not announcing the return of 24-hour breakfast. However, there is a new breakfast deal on the horizon, as reported by The Fast Food Post. A $3 breakfast bundle has hit the menu in certain locations. Hallelujah!


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McDonald's 2 for $3 Mix-and-Match Breakfast

This combo is essentially just what it sounds like. The new deal will allow customers to mix and match some of their favorite breakfast items, from hash browns to McMuffins. While it doesn't include everything on the breakfast menu, we think the options are great. Micky D's lovers are able to choose two of the following for a total of $3: Sausage Biscuit, which is a sausage patty served up on a buttermilk biscuit; Sausage McMuffin, which features a sausage patty and American Cheese on an English muffin; Sausage Burrito, filled with ground sausage, cheese, green chiles, onion, and scrambled eggs rolled up in a tortilla; and the famous Hash Browns. Our mouths are watering!

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Not only do these menu items pair well together, but this deal will also allow you to get the most breakfast bang for your buck. If you're going to spend over $2 on a burrito, for example, why not add a McMuffin on for less than a dollar more?

Unfortunately, this breakfast combo is only currently available in certain locations. According to The Fast Food Post and Reddit, it's already it Pennsylvania, and it's been available in Ohio and Connecticut for months now. Fingers crossed it hits more markets soon!

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