Morning, I was just in McDonalds, Store #21013 in Dublin, OH, ordered a Bacon Egg and Cheese Bagel with an Orange Juice. The Board of order said that the Bacon Egg and Cheese sandwich was $4.29 and a meal was $5.79.
On my receipt I was charged $4.70 for the sandwich and $1.99 for the OJ, which totaled $6.69, when I was expecting it to cost $5.79 (it was "to-go", not taxed). I asked the lady, who didn't know, so she asked her Manager, who said the same thing. Now, this was less than a $1.00, however, EVERYONE that orders this sandwich or meal overpays by $.90 a meal. That is significant throughout a full day/full year, assuming this doesn't change.
No wonder McD's can pay $15/hr to their button pounders and burger throwers. This needs rectified within this store and probably other stores.
I request a response from McD's and ask that they calculate the total amount of revenue they've made by "over-charging" people on their items at these stores. Regards,
Reason of review: Pricing issue.
Monetary Loss: $1.
Preferred solution: Find charges for past customers and what extra revenue has been made by McD's by overcharging other customers on the #11 value meal, let alone all other meals. .