McDonald’s is now officially selling dipping pots of Big Mac Special Sauce to add to any burger of your choice.
It was announced last month to widespread excitement, and now the day is finally here.
The sauce is officially suitable for vegetarians, and features eggs from free range farms – meaning you can add a big
The pots have a seven day shelf life once purchased and are expected to sell out quickly.
The pots will cost just 50p, and will be available to buy in stores 24 hours a day. One warning though, the pots are for a limited time only, and once they have all been sold out, they’re gone.
Last time they sold out, bidding on eBay reached ridiculously high numbers for pots, with some bids reaching £65,000.
Safe to say that the news has made fans pretty excited.
I’m gonna spend my entrie next wage on Big Mac sauce pots— Nü (@nu_laaa) February 12, 2020
Maccies have released Big Mac sauce pots. Not often would I tweet about such a thing, but the Big Mac is the GOAT. X— Josh Hart (@_H4RT_) February 12, 2020
Big Mac sauce and chips please x https://t.co/SOEHV968hI— Han? (@hannahrosepage) February 12, 2020
BIG MAC SAUCE TUBS!— Natalka Mayo (@aMAYzedConfused) February 12, 2020
I saw a billboard for this on the bus home the other night with my partner. I got so excited that I squealed and then couldn’t speak properly and she thought I was having a seizure. #itsthelittlethings https://t.co/RnoaCNnwce
It means you’ll be able to create new unique burgers like a Big Mac Quarter Pounder, Big Mac McChicken Chicken or Big Mac Vegetarian Burger. You could even take them home and drizzle over an Impossible Burger meat to create a truly vegetarian meat alternative. The possibilities are pretty much endless.
We can’t wait to try it out for ourselves.
Featured image credit: McDonald’s