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McDonald’s Has $0.50 Vanilla Cones For Three Days Only

25th September 2023

McDonald’s has 50 cents vanilla cones till 27 September 2023

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If you miss the good ol’ days when McDonald’s ice cream cones would set you back just a few cents, you may be glad to know that those times are back—for a short time only. From now till 27 September 2023, McDonald’s is offering the famous Vanilla Cones for 50 cents only!

You can enjoy this exciting promo at any McDonald’s outlet or dessert kiosk. These startlingly cheap cones—which usually cost a single dollar, and are known for their combination of fragrant vanilla ice cream and crispy cones—are here for a good time but not a long time, so snag them while you can!

Do note that this deal is only available after breakfast hours, so you can only get your hands on the ice cream cone after 12pm.

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In other McDonald’s news, the legendary Samurai Burger (from $7) is back! Available with beef or chicken patty, these are are dipped in McDonald’s signature Teriyaki sauce and topped with lettuce for a refreshing crunch.

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Image credit: McDonald’s

It isn’t Samurai Burger without its sidekick, the Seaweed McShaker Fries (price TBD). This irresistible dish sees McDonald’s classic fries enhanced by umami seaweed flakes.

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There’s also a new snack available at McDonald’s: the White Peach Yoghurt Pie ($1.80), featuring white peach chunks in creamy yoghurt within a crispy pastry crust.

As with all limited-time-only items from McDonald’s, be sure to get your hands on the Samurai Burger, Seaweed Shaker Fries, and White Peach Yoghurt Pie while they’re still gracing the outlets.

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