Update: It appears Chick-fil-A doesn’t charge extra for an unbuttered bun. See comments below.
About once a month, we go to Chick-fil-A to grab takeout for some tasty fast food. Their Spicy Deluxe Sandwich with Pepper Jack is delish. However, when I got home and took a quick look at the mobile receipt, something didn’t look right. See screenshot below:
Can you believe Chick-fil-A charges more to get a bun that’s unbuttered?! It’s only $0.25 so it’s not about the money. It’s about the principal. How can a restaurant charge more to have something without butter? Shouldn’t it be the other way around?
I showed my wife to make sure I wasn’t misreading it but she said, nope, you’re right and it’s crazy. Can someone please tell me how this is not messed up? Many Americans are already struggling to eat right and now Chick-fil-A is telling us if we do try to eat less fat and fewer calories, they’re going to charge us more. WHAT?!!
Oh for goodness sake, Johnny! You’re paying for a minimum wage worker to have to take a non-standard action in a routine they’re trained for. It’s not the product you’re paying more for here; it’s the disruption in routine.