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McDonald's Canada Is Bringing Back The Shamrock Shake & We Get It Before The US Does

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McDonald's Canada Shamrock Shake Is Coming Back & We Get It Before The US Does

It's official, the McDonald's Canada Shamrock Shake is coming back this year and we'll be able to enjoy the seasonal treat before the U.S. does.

After the American fast-food chain shared when the shake would be returning, it was announced that Canadians would get it earlier.

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February 9 Shamrock Shakes are available in Canada

McDonald's Canada one-upped its American counterpart and tweeted that Canadians can get Shamrock Shakes starting on February 9.

That's almost a week before it becomes available in the U.S. on February 15.

Like any other year, the seasonal shake is available for a limited time only.

If you don't already know what this treat is, it's vanilla soft serve blended with Shamrock Shake syrup with whipped topping.

This year, it seems that St. Patrick's Day is trying to overshadow Valentine's Day in Canada with the early release of the shake.

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