McDonald’s, Burger King, and Starbucks Offer Limited-Time Treats

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Get ready to indulge your cravings with these tantalizing limited-time offerings.
Updated July 11, 2024
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While many of us love visiting a fast food chain because we’re craving a classic like an Iced Latte or a Big Mac, everyone also loves an exclusive, limited-time offering.

Enjoying a meal at McDonald’s or Burger King is a great way to keep more cash in your wallet — and both chains just so happen to be offering limited-time menu items. Here are three irresistible treats you’ll want to enjoy before they’re gone.

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McDonald's Savory Chili WcDonald's Sauce

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McDonald's is turning up the heat with its latest dipping sauce, the Savory Chili WcDonald's Sauce. This fiery concoction blends the bold flavors of ginger, garlic, and soy sauce with just a hint of chili flakes for a subtle kick.

Whether you're dunking your favorite chicken nuggets or indulging in some world famous fries, this sauce is sure to elevate your meal. But don't wait too long to try it — it's only available for a limited time, while supplies last.

Starbucks Lavender Drinks

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Spring is in the air, and Starbucks is celebrating with a fresh lineup of floral-inspired beverages. Indulge in the delicate essence of lavender through the Iced Lavender Cream Oatmilk Matcha and Iced Lavender Oatmilk Latte, which both offer a refreshing twist that’s perfect for the season.

Burger King's Po’s Panda Sundae

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To celebrate the release of Kung Fu Panda 4, Burger King is introducing Po’s Panda Sundae. For a limited time, customers can enjoy this delicious sundae, which features creamy vanilla soft serve, chocolate fudge, and Oreo crumbles.

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These limited-time offerings are not only delicious, but they also highlight the creativity of some of our favorite brands. Whether you’re looking for a sweet treat or a bold new flavor, be sure to stop by your local store before these items are gone.

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