During the pandemic several fast food restaurant chains temporarily did away with their value meal promotions. Well now they’re coming back, however, you may notice less value in that meal.
It’s no secret inflation is becoming a big problem. Rising food prices and labor shortages and costs are forcing restaurant owners to pass that cost along.
Ritch Allison, the CEO of Domino's Pizza knows it’s tough for some folks to absorb the price increases, but that’s not stopping the chain from eliminating or altering some deals. Their $7.99 deal will only be available to digital customers. I hope they keep that $5.99 medium pizza deal, I use that all the time!
Little Caesars announced that they will no longer offer their $5 Hot-N-Ready pizza deal that’s been around for more than 20 years. Popeye’s is bringing back their Big Box Deal, but it’ll cost you an extra dollar when you order in the restaurant.
Across the board breakfast value meal prices have risen by 19.6-percent and snack value meals went up 11.5-percent. Read the CNBC article HERE!