McDonalds Cuts Happy Meals From Dollar Menu

first_img McDonald’s is the latest fast food joint to announce some disappointing news, and people are not “Lovin’ It.”According to Brand Eating, McDonald’s is dropping the Happy Meal from its $1 $2 $3 Dollar Menu. Prior to this change, Happy Meals cost $3 on the $1 $2 $3 Dollar Menu and were discounted approximately 25 percent or more for customers.For those that want to enjoy one last cheap Happy Meal, it might be too late. Brand Eating reported that some Los Angeles-based McDonald’s stores have already updated their $1 $2 $3 Dollar Menu lineup: a 4-piece Chicken McNugget Happy Meal now costs $4.59 and a Hamburger Happy Meal went up to $3.99.  Fortunately, other $1 $2 $3 Dollar Menu items, including the Cheeseburger, McChicken, and Bacon McDouble, are still priced at $2 or less at McDonald’s locations.AdChoices广告Some members of the Twitter community are not thrilled about the Happy Meal price increase. They’ve expressed their frustrations with the #NotAsHappyMeals hashtag:They don’t say bye bye at all. They simply took the Happy Meals off the value menu. The meals will no longer be $3, which was 25% off. #NotAsHappyMeals— SR (@heartsandparts) October 24, 2018 Stay on target Elon Musk’s Cheeky ‘Nuke Mars!’ Post Is Taking Over TwitterA ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’-Themed Cookbook Is Coming This Fall center_img Literally the only reason I bring my two year-old, and my business, to McDonald’s.— drnimrod (@drnimrod) October 24, 2018On a better note though, McDonald’s recently announced improvements to some of its meat products. In September, the fast food joint announced that its classic burgers will be free from artificial preservatives, artificial flavors, and artificial colors.We’re excited to announce our classic burgers have no artificial preservatives, no artificial flavors and no added colors from artificial sources! Our pickle contains an artificial preservative, so skip it if you like. Changes you can feel good about! — McDonald’s (@McDonalds) September 26, 2018“We understand that now more than ever, people care about their food – where it comes from, what goes into it and how it is prepared – and we are committed to make changes to our menu our guests feel good about,” said Linda VanGosen, McDonald’s vice president of menu innovation.More on Geek.com:WTF? Wednesday: 10 Wackiest Pumpkin Spice Flavors You Can BuyNational Pizza Month: Feast Your Eyes on the 10 Weirdest Pizza FlavorsIf You Want Food Delivery Fast, Avoid Ordering at These Timeslast_img read more