McDonald’s Is Giving Out 50-Cent Double Cheeseburgers in Honor of National Cheeseburger Day

The new deal is available on Sept. 18

McDonald’s National Cheeseburger Day deal is double the fun!

In honor of the foodie holiday, fans of the Golden Arches can snag a sweet deal on Sept. 18 only. McDonald’s is offering 50-cent double cheeseburgers with no purchase necessary.

To snag the tasty offer, customers must order on the McDonald’s app.

Earlier this week, McDonald’s stirred up the fast food world when news broke about the removal of self-serve soda machines at all U.S. locations.



By the end of 2032, the fast food chain plans to phase out the stations, PEOPLE confirmed at the time. The company wants to ensure a uniform experience for customers and crew members across all ways of ordering, including McDelivery, the app, kiosk, drive-thru or inside the restaurant.

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McDonald’s Is Giving Out 50 Cent Double Cheeseburgers

Fans of the Golden Arches shared their disapproving thoughts about the change on X (formerly known as Twitter). One user wrote, "Damn how else am I finna [sic] mix everything to my liking," referring to how customers like to blend different sodas together in one cup. Another simply posted, "Whyyyyy?????"

Some social media users pointed to the issue of refills. "How about the refills tho?" another user wrote on the app.

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This summer saw happier news from the chain. In July, McDonald's unveiled a new, limited-edition flavor of the beloved McFlurry: the peanut butter crunch McFlurry. 

It combines vanilla soft serve blended with crispy cereal mix and chocolate peanut butter cookie pieces, according to the official McDonald's menu spotter page.

In April, the fast food chain also released a strawberry shortcake McFlurry, which added strawberry-flavored clusters and shortbread cookies to their soft serve.

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