FRANCHISE HERALD
Sunday March 26, 2017

updated - March 26, 2017 Sunday EDT

Lawsuit Says McDonald’s Value Meals Are More Expensive Ordering Combo Items Separately

Dec 21, 2016 11:26 AM EST
Lawsuit Says McDonald’s Value Meals Are More Expensive Ordering Combo Items Separately
Lawsuit Says McDonald’s Value Meals Are More Expensive Ordering Combo Items Separately(Photo : Pixa Bay)

Lawsuit Says McDonald’s Value Meals Are More Expensive Ordering Combo Items Separately.

Plaintiff claims it would be cheaper to order combo items separately.
One man is questioning the value of McDonald’s MCD 0.11% combo deals in court.

James Gertie of Des Plaines, Ill., has filed a consumer fraud class action against a Chicago-area McDonald’s franchisee’s pricing of value meals, the Cook County Register reports. The suit says that its pricing of the “Extra Value Meal”—which includes two cheeseburgers, fries and a drink—is 41 cents more expensive than if customers ordered the items separately.

Full Article

Get the Most Popular Franchiseherald Stories in a Weekly Newsletter
© 2015 Franchise Herald. All rights reserved.

Connect With Franchise News

Email Newsletter

TOP 10 FRANCHISES OF 2017

  • RANK
    FRANCHISE NAME
    STARUP COSTS
  • 1nc
    Hampton Hotels
    $3.7M - 13.52M
  • 2nc
    Subway
    $85.2K - 260.35K
  • 3up
    Jiffy Lube Int'l. Inc.
    $196.5K - 304K
  • 4down
    7-Eleven Inc.
    $30.8K - 1.64M
  • 5up
    Supercuts
    $103.55K - 196.5K
  • 6up
    Anytime Fitness
    $56.3K - 353.9K
  • 7down
    Servpro
    $133.05K - 181.45K
  • 8down
    Denny's Inc.
    $1.18M - 2.4M
  • 9down
    McDonald's
    $1M - 2.16M
  • 10down
    Pizza Hut Inc.
    $295K - 2.15M
Real Time Analytics