McDonald's are selling triple cheeseburgers at select UK stores as part of a nationwide trial.
The 520 calorie item was last featured on UK menus in line with the 1994 World Cup.
The upgrade on the double cheeseburger has today been rolled out at 60 UK restaurants and if successful it could become a staple on all 1,249 restaurants across the country.
The burger, which consists of three meat patties, three slices of cheese, sauce, dressing and a bun will costs £2.39, thought this price may vary between branches.
McDonald's Monopoly also returning
The fast-food giant are on a spree at the moment with regards to promos and new releases.
They served pancakes all day on Tuesday in celebration of Pancake Day, while on Thursday they announced the return of the much-loved Monopoly event.
Special pots of Big Mac sauce were also made available to customers last month, while earlier this week they launched candles that smell like their famed products.
There has been no word yet, however on the return of the Rick and Morty-inspired Szechuan sauce pots.
Full list of branches selling the triple cheeseburger
WorksopCrystal PeaksSheffield - Drake HouseSheffield HandsworthRotherhamMeadowhallRotherhamMeadowhallRotherham Bawtry RoadRotherham CanklowRotherham - ParkgateDoncasterDoncaster DomeDoncaster - Thorne RoadDoncaster Factory OutletBalby - Sandford RoadDoncaster - Centurion Retail ParkThorneChesterfieldSheffield 2Sheffield - Farm RoadChesterfieldSheffield Archer RoadBarlboroughSheffield - Darnall RoadMarkham ValeHillsboroughTankersleyWoodall Welcome BreakCortonwoodGrimsbyScunthorpeScunthorpe - Doncaster RoadKingston-Upon-HullHull St Andrews QuayCleethorpesWillerbyEnnerdaleHull - Holderness RoadBridlington - Bessingby RoadGrimsby - Birchin WayCleethorpes - Meridian PointHull - Cottingham RoadLaceby - GrimsbyAsda Kingswood HullHull - Boothferry RoadMorrisons - BeverleyYorkClifton MoorBilbrough TopYork Outlet VillageMonks Cross Drive-ThruYork - PoppletonGoole DtSelbyShiptonthorpeHarrogateKnaresborough Retail ParkScarboroughScarborough Fayre