Burger King launch three new cheese burgers and a frozen Fanta slushie

Burger King has launched six new menu items, including halloumi fries and a frozen Fanta strawberry slushie – and we can’t wait to try them all.

For all the cheese lovers out there, you’re in luck as the chain has announced its new Cheesy Bacon Lover burger range which features three new mouth-watering bacon and cheese burgers.

On top of this cheesy extravaganza, it seems Burger King isn’t messing around and have introduced their delicious new Halloumi Fries for the first time ever – available to purchase in restaurants and for delivery now.

Foodies are able to choose between a six-piece for £3.69 or a nine-piece for £4.60 – perfect for sharing with the whole family

If you’re a serial dunker, the cheesy fries will be served up with a dip of your choice including sweet chilli, smokey BBQ or spicy mayo.

Halloumi Fries have launched at the chain for the first time ever

There’s even a Halloumi King burger which is £7.49 for a regular meal with chips and a drink of £5.49 on its own.

Hoping to get your hands on the new halloumi dishes? You better act quickly as they’re available for a limited-time only over the summer.

The fast food chain hasn’t yet confirmed exactly when they’ll be taken off the menu – so keep your eyes peeled to avoid disappointment.

If you haven’t managed to get to the cinema yet to sip on your favourite Tango Ice Blast, Burger King’s frozen Fanta strawberry slushie is the next best thing.

It costs just £2.29 for a regular-size slushie or £2.49 for a large – and best of all? It’s a permanent addition to the menu.

Bacon fans can also get excited as there’s a brand-new Cheesy Bacon Double to try which costs £6.89 for just the burger or £8.89 as a meal with chips and a regular drink.

Get your hands on the ultimate cheesy burger
Get your hands on the ultimate cheesy burger

The double-stacker comes complete with two beef burger patties, topped with bacon, lettuce, tomato and onion, drizzled in BBQ sauce, cheese sauce and two slices of American cheese – our mouthes are already watering.

You can even swap out the beef for chicken for the same price as a single.

Unfortunately for cheese and bacon fans, the burger range is also a temporary treat for the summer months.

All of the items are being sold in Burger King restaurants and drive-thrus, and can also be ordered through its app and delivery partners Just Eat, Uber Eats and Deliveroo.

To find your nearest Burger King branch, we’ve added a handy locator tool here for ease. You’ll also be able to find opening and closing times too.

Or, if you don’t fancy heading into store, you can download the Burger King app via Google Play here or App Store here.

To help its customers celebrate Scotland and England meeting for the first time in an international football tournament since 1996, McDonald’s has rolled back its menu prices to what they were 25 years ago.

Today (June 18), fans can get their hands on two menu favourites with a discount to mark the oldest international fixture in the world.

The McMuffin is now down to 99p, saving customers £1, and the Big Mac has been discounted to just £1.79 – £1.70 less than the usual price.

The amazing offers are available exclusively on the My McDonald’s App, which you can download here.

Want to save even more on your takeaway? Well you can get £5 off your next fast food of choice thanks to Just Eat and TopCashback.

If you place an order over £10 through TopCashback and Just Eat, TopCashback will refund 100% of the purchase order value up to £5 cashback on your purchase.

Orders over £5 will still get £5 cashback and it applies to any restaurant available on Just Eat. How amazing does that sound?

The deal also includes Starbucks, Greggs and Subway – so you are pretty spoilt for choice.

Unfortunately, the cashback offer is only available for new members or those with no previous purchases or cashback through TopCashback.

The Just Eat and TopCashback offer ends 30th June 2021, so be sure of this offer whilst you can.

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