So my brother and I are out of town and decided to swing by Carl’s junior for a quick bite to eat this morning. They have a sign outside that says 2 sausage egg and cheese biscuits for 2.50, but my brother is picky so he’s not a sausage guy but he likes bacon so we order 2 bacon egg and cheese biscuits. Total is 8.25 for 2 bacon egg and cheese biscuits. I just don’t understand why i can get 6-7 sausage egg and cheese biscuits for the same price as 2 bacon egg and cheese. Whatever it is what it is I just wanted to gripe about it. Oh... and they put 20 packages of ketchup in my bag I’m not sure who eats ketchup on a bacon egg and cheese biscuit but even if you do why 20 packages?
It like any store having a sale on one product over another.
Or why if I order a burger with everything vs a burger hold the lettuce and onion and tomoato its the same price.
That's the product they chose for sale for whatever business reason. There are always deals on two Whopper Jrs, two double cheeseburgers, two whatever. The rest of the menu prices don't change because there is a deal on one item.
And two for $2 doesn't always mean 1 for $1 either
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Posts: 9625 | Location: TN | Registered: December 18, 2005
have you ever noticed that if you ordered the meal deal #1 (burger/ fries/ soda) it is not the price if you order that (same burger/ fries/ soda) if you order individually... seems to be common practicein a lot of places... drill sgt.
Posts: 329 | Location: denham springs , la | Registered: October 19, 2019
When the cashier told you the price, did you not question it?
No I didn’t question it. I understand how promotions work so it is what it is, but I just wanted to bitch that it costs 3x more than sausage egg and cheese for a bacon egg and cheese. And the idiots that want $15/hr+ but give away their employers ketchup packets for no reason (I’m not in the food business but I’m fairly certain those things aren’t free)