To commemorate National Cheeseburger Day, McDonald’s is rolling out a special promotion


Where they’ll be selling double cheeseburgers for just 50 cents. This exclusive offer is available on September 18th, and there’s no need to make any additional purchases to enjoy it. To take advantage of this deal, customers should place their orders through the McDonald’s app, according to People magazine.

In recent news, McDonald’s generated excitement by announcing their plans to gradually phase out self-service soda fountains, as reported by the Deseret News. In the future, customers will rely on cashiers to refill their beverages.

Meanwhile, Burger King is also joining the National Cheeseburger Day festivities by offering free cheeseburgers. On September 18th, members of the Royal Perks rewards program can receive a complimentary cheeseburger with any purchase of $1 or more, as detailed in People magazine. But that’s not all; Burger King has a series of cheeseburger-related deals running from September 18th to September 24th:

  • September 19th: Customers spending $1 or more can get a free Whopper Jr.
  • September 20th: Whoppers are available for $3.
  • September 21st: Buy one, get one free on all Whoppers.
  • September 22nd: Receive a free order of onion rings with any purchase of $1 or more.
  • September 23rd: Purchase a family bundle meal for $22.
  • September 24th: Enjoy double rewards points on all purchases.

Wendy’s is also joining the cheeseburger celebration, offering a special deal. Starting on September 18th and running through September 22nd, customers can purchase a Junior Bacon Cheeseburger for just 1 cent with any other purchase made through the Wendy’s app, as reported by Chew Boom. Wendy’s Junior Bacon Cheeseburger features applewood smoked bacon, American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayo, all stacked on a junior beef patty and sandwiched between a bun.


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