If you love the taste of a McDonald’s Big Mac, you’ll have two new options to choose from the next time you go to the fast food restaurant.
McDonald’s is adding two new sandwiches to the Big Mac roster nationwide after a successful test period last year.
Here’s the new Big Mac line-up:
Mac Jr. – All the flavor of the Big Mac with a bigger single beef patty and no middle bun.
Big Mac – The original is here to stay! Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun.
Grand Mac — Two beef patties weighing in at 1/3 pound, served on a larger bun.
So how much will this cost you? Prices will vary across the country, but in New York the Mac Jr. is $3.39, the Big Mac costs $5.39 and the Grand Mac is $5.99, according to Business Insider.
The Mac Jr. and Grand Mac sandwiches will be available for a limited time only, McDonald’s said.
— Richie Selle (@BigSellE) January 16, 2017