Customers of McDonald’s are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with the rising prices at the fast-food giant. In the span of just three months, McDonald’s reported a staggering revenue of $6.69 billion, surpassing previous predictions of $6.58 billion. The company attributed this significant increase to strategic menu price hikes. Furthermore, their net income rose to $2.3 billion, up from $1.98 billion in the same period last year, largely due to these price increases.

The question remains: just how much have menu prices gone up? To put it in perspective, a Big Mac meal at a McDonald’s in Darien, Connecticut, can set you back a whopping $18. This steep increase has left many customers feeling frustrated, and they have taken to social media to voice their dissatisfaction.

One Reddit user recently asked the online community, “What is no longer worth it because of how expensive it has become?”. Unsurprisingly, fast food was one of the top responses, with several comments specifically targeting McDonald’s. One person shared their shock at the exorbitant prices after visiting McDonald’s for the first time in years. Another pointed out that a “value meal” at McDonald’s now costs as much as a meal at sit-down restaurants like Applebee’s, which they found to be outrageous.

It’s clear that McDonald’s customers are feeling the pinch of the increasing menu prices. Have you been affected by the rising prices at McDonald’s? Let us know in the comments below.