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  1. Jim
    September 4, 2019

    I like getting a McDouble for $1.79, using a deal to get large fries for $1.00, and getting a large drink for $1.00. Total after tax is $4.06. Can’t eat at home for that

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    • CityguyUSA
      October 5, 2020

      Is that eating?

      I had my first McDouble tonight. God was it dry.

      And the whole dollar menu has left me confused was it’s new multi-$ format where it’s not just even dollar amounts anymore. Now listed as a $1, $2 and $3 menu with a small fry listed @ $2.39 one place and then in a second pkace where you could choose 2 items for $4.

      To recap if you buy a small fry from the “dollar menu” it’s $2.39 but if you buy it from the multiple dollar menu then it’s only $2.00. The McDouble is $1.39 I believe I had ordered two double cheeseburgers for $4 but they suggested the McDouble as it was cheaper with just one less piece of cheese. I thought maybe it was a plant based burger it ws so dry and so damn thin.

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  2. Ed
    November 10, 2019

    Where I live, there are 3 McDonalds in a 2 mile radius, all owned and operated by the same people. I have had both types of burgers that are all fairly dry, with one exception. The one closest to the University nearly always has to make the McDouble fresh, requiring a few minute wait. The Freshly-Made McDouble at this location is always juicier and tastier than the Double Cheeseburger at any location, even when it’s freshly made.

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  3. Henzolo
    May 2, 2020

    The McDouble has a different patty which has oatmeal in it as a filler. That is why it costs less and is less juicy. True story.

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  4. Ron Hibbard
    August 24, 2020

    I was very upset with my last 1/4 cheeseburger. It was almost floating in oil. I certanly won’t be going to McDonalds the next time I’m wanting a cheeseberger.

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