McDonald’s Fries tipped to get next price increase

Posted by on 30/3/2017
Filled in: Betting News

McDonald’s wasn’t quite the breakfast of champions this morning with the news they’ve hiked the price of their hash browns by 25c!

  • Sportsbet taking bets on the next McDonald’s menu item to have a price rise.
  • Fries lead the betting at odds of $4.00 ahead of a Ham & Cheese Pocket.
  • A nationwide boycott of McDonald’s to occur because of the hash brown price rise is a $51 chance!

The outcry has prompted online bookmaker to even offer betting on what other menu items are set for a McHike with Fries the $4.00 favourite.

The Ham & Cheese Pocket is next in the market at $5.00 ahead of the Hamburger ($6.00) while their famous Big Mac is the $26 outsider.

A nationwide boycott of Maccas over the Hash Brown hike is a $51 chance.

“Looks like the Hamburglar has gotten loose and is McRipping off customers but if they win on our market they’ll be lovin’ it,’’ said’s Will Byrne.


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Next to have a price increase?

$4.00     Fries

$5.00     Ham & Cheese Pocket

$6.00     Hamburger

$7.50     Sausage & Egg McMuffin

$7.50     Chicken McBites

$8.00     75c Cone

$11         Filet-o-Fish

$11         Aussie BBQ Angus

$11         Classic Angus

$12         McChicken

$14         Sausage McMuffin

$16         Aussie BBQ Brekkie Roll

$16         Chicken McNuggets

$21         Hotcakes with Butter & Syrup

$21         Hot Apple Pie

$21         Double Cheeseburger

$21         McFlurry

$26         Thick Shakes

$26         Double Quarter Pounder

$26         Quarter Pounder

$26         Cheeseburger

$26         Big Mac


McDonald’s Futures

$2.00     Hash browns to be placed on the $2 breakfast menu in 2017

$5.00     McDonald’s to lower the price of hash browns in 2017

$11         Soft serve cone prices to reach $1 in 2017

$51         A nationwide boycott of McDonald’s to occur because of the hash brown price rises

$501       RBA to lower interest rates citing McDonald’s prices rising too quickly

$501       Australia’s GDP to fall in the current quarter due to high McDonald’s prices

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