Specials at Restaurants Often Cost More!


When eating out, keep in mind that ‘specials’ are often priced 10% to 30% higher than other dishes on the menu. Because they aren’t typically listed on the menu, prices aren’t made readily available, and you may find yourself spending way more for the meal than you planned!

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3 Responses to “Specials at Restaurants Often Cost More!”

  1. Blake says:

    Interesting! I never knew that.

  2. Erin says:

    I’ve heard that some stores do this as well, they change the tag with the original price so that it looks like the mark down is a great deal when really it’s only a small difference or non at all! This is not confirmed however, purely hearesay……

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