$6 is the New $5 on Fast-Food Menus

Rising inflation has prompted fast food shoppers to seek out the best meal deals to curb spending in their budget.

Remember when fast food restaurant chains bragged about how much cheaper their menu was compared to their competition. In 2001, fast food burger chain Carl’s Jr. and sister chain Hardee’s what they called the Six Dollar Burger, which they sold for $3.95. The burger consisted of angus beef, American cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickle, mustard, mayonnaise and ketchup on a bun.


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