It seems like companies are willing to go the extra mile, in times of recession. Take for instance the McDonalds Menu Prices. Just this morning I took advantage of the weekly special in the McDonalds restaurant nearest me.
2 Sausage McMuffins for $2.00, to feed a family of 6 for under $12.00, incredible. I do not know about you, but in my family the breakfast chore belongs to me. I for one am glad that I can take advantage of the McDonalds menu prices. Throw in 5 hash browns and there you have it, $12.00. Saves me about 30 minutes of slaving over the stove, and in the end, the reality is I cannot make it for cheaper. That usually is the stigma associated with eating out right? They also had the sausage McMuffin for a measly 0.79 cents without the egg. That is truly something wonderful to write home about.
The McDonalds dollar menu is also tough to beat for lunch and dinner, starting with the tasty McChicken for the incredibly low price of $1.00, coupled with the double cheeseburger, it makes for a tasty one, two punch. Flavors to serve all the tastes buds around. I have a funny tale to tell, one Summer I went with my significant other to Walt Disney World resort’s Magic Kingdom and while we were there, we were waiting on our paychecks to hit that week, we survived for three days on the McDonalds Big Mac, back then in 1993 they had them on special that week (lucky us) 2 for $2.00. Seriously talking about getting the most bang for your buck. I will never forget that trip and for that reason I am forever loyal to the McDonalds Menu Prices.