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NEW YORK — McDonald’s hopes it has a catchy, new deal that will entice customers into its restaurants like its “Dollar Menu” enticed millions.

Two years after phasing out its popular “Dollar Menu,” the fast-food chain will launch the  “McPick-2” menu, according to media reports. It will let customers pick two of the following items for $2:

  • A McDouble,
  • a McChicken,
  • small fries,
  • and mozzarella sticks

It’s the latest effort by McDonald’s to revive slumping sales. “These new McPick 2 offers are just the start and are part of a broader value platform grounded in what our customers are looking for—choice and flexibility,” spokesperson Lisa McComb told Fortune.

The new menu will be available in U.S. restaurants for a five-week run starting in January. After that, the restaurant chain said it may change the details of the offering.