There's a new comparison of fast food prices from 2002 to prices today . . . and it's SHOCKING to see how much some of them have jumped. The McDonald's Filet of Fish has gone up 111% in price, Burger King's Double Whopper is up 94%, the Big Mac is up 75%, and Taco Bell's Bean Burrito is up 72%. Prices below are from 2002 and then the proce today in 2013
--McDonald's Filet of Fish, up 111% . . . from $1.89 to $3.99.
--Burger King small milkshake, up 101% . . . from 99 cents to $1.99.
--Burger King Double Whopper, up 94% . . . from $2.99 to $5.79.
--Burger King Whopper Value Meal, up 83% . . . from $3.39 to $6.19.
--McDonald's Big Mac, up 75% . . . from $2.39 to $4.19.
--Wendy's Single Cheeseburger, up 73% . . . from $2.25 to $3.89.
--Taco Bell Bean Burrito, up, 72% . . . from 69 cents to $1.19.
According to the Consumer Price Index, the average price jump in the U.S. has been about 28%. But again, the above proves that its way way more than that.