McDonald's is axing five items from its menu on Tuesday.
The fast food giant rotates its menu and adds "limited period" options every few months.
And now the chain is calling time on a few favourites that were added on the menu back in May.
The good news is that when the chain pulls certain specials, it's only making way for new additions to make the cut.
All of the latest items dropping off the menu next week were introduced for a six-week period last month.
The Bacon Clubhouse Double, the Galaxy Chocolate McFlurry, the Galaxy Caramel McFlurry and the Cheese and Herb Melts will go.
Also the Chicken Deluxe will be withdrawn from the menu on Tuesday.
Chicken Selects and the Big Flavour Wraps are also off the menu at the moment, but they're not gone permanently.
From today, McDonald's is also launching a new daily deals promotion with special offers throughout the week.
Fans can get their hands on a McChicken Sandwich for just 99p on Monday, while tomorrow there's 30% off the entire menu.
It is part of a promotion available on the app so you can't make the most of it through delivery apps.
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You can get discounts in the restaurants but you'd have to order through the app and pick up at your local.
The My McDonald's app is free to download and it's a good place to find deals.
In other McDonald's stories, one order error left a vegetarian "in tears and vomiting".
Calum Donaghy ordered his girlfriend a veggie deluxe meal until she bit into it and realised it was chicken instead.
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