It seems McDonald’s is going all in for 2017. Starting early next year, fans of the Big Mac will be thrilled to know that two new iterations of the iconic burger will be added to menus: The Grand Mac and The Mac Jr.

The announcement comes after the two burgers were successfully trialed in select Ohio and Dallas locations in 2016. If the regular Big Mac is too much for you, then perhaps make do instead with the Mac Jr. single patty variation that comes sans middle bun. The calorific Grand Mac, on the other hand, features two larger 100 percent beef patties weighing a third of a pound and served up on altogether larger sesame seed buns. The latter is selling for $4.89, and the former comes in around $2.39 and $2.59, depending on the location.

The trial starts early January and is set to run through June 6 at select locations Stateside. As it stands, there’s no word on whether the burgers will be rolled out internationally.

The Grand Mac might be badass, but it still has nothing on the Japanese Giga Big Mac.

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