A burger at McDonalds cost .50
The cost of a hamburger was 15 cents in 1955.
The cost of a hamburger this year was 25 cents.
for each, it may cost 50 rupees.
There was no such thing as a MacDonalds hamburger in 1946 they only made real ones.
A McDonalds hamburger cost 15 cents in 1963. It remained that cost through much of the 1960's. Fries were also 15 cents.
All you could eat for a Dollar
The price of a small hamburger at McDonald's in the year 1982 was 50 cents. The cost of a candy bar was 30 cents.
There are many countries in Europe. The cost of a McDonalds hamburger would be very different in a lot of them, so there is no single answer to your question.
I believe it cost .15 in 1963 per an email that was sent to me today.
Depends what hamburger, it can be anywhere to $1-7 including tax.
reglar hamburger about 27 grams a mcdouble 54 grams
£1.29 in English pounds
There were no McDonalds hamburgers in 1950
One Euro is equal to $1.41 (or so, as the exchange rate fluxuates daily) So you would be paying $1.41 USD for a hamburger in Belgium,that you can get for half that price in the US... Europe is expensive....
In 1963, a McDonalds hamburger would cost you 15 cents! It didn't change until 5 years later, in 1968 when it went up 3 cents to 18.
its so cheap its not worth it about 10p each. They use the most revoulting meat and cheap muck to go in it.
it depends where you buy it
it cost about 0.62$ a hamburger at mcdonald's in 1987.
well in Massachusetts there are cheeseburgers on the value menu which is a dollar you could get a meal which is typically around $3 or &4
A McDonald's hamburger cost 15 cents in 1957.
A hamburger cost much less in 1955 than it does now. In 1944, one hamburger was only .15 cents. Right now, a hamburger could cost anywhere from $1.50-$3.00 depending where you live.
I will cost about $3.00
A sweet chili chicken warp, medium size, meal at McDonalds will cost around $8 in most locations. McDonalds is one restaurant that has different prices for meals based on geographic location. A hamburger in a small town is going to be cheaper than a hamburger in a location next to a major highway.