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Abandoned McDonald's menu from 1994 has people in shock at the price differences

Abandoned McDonald's menu from 1994 has people in shock at the price differences

Some Dino-Size fries and an orange Dr Pepper please

Footage of a McDonald's abandoned since the 90s has left people gobsmacked about the price differences. YouTuber and photographer Chris Luckhardt's footage has certainly got people asking: "Did McNuggets really used to cost that much?"

Take a look below:

In an era of ever-rising costs and inflation, reminiscing about the good old days often involves reflecting on the prices of our favourite foods.

A man recently sent the internet into a tailspin after finding a Tesco's receipt from 1994, and now Luckhardt has found the pricelist from a derelict Maccies in Alaska that has had jaws on the floor.

Those who have frequented Maccies over the years might recall a time when a trip to the golden arches was a more budget-friendly affair.

McDonald's was a lot cheaper back in the 90s.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Cast your mind back to the 1980s and 1990s, and you might find yourself reminiscing about a time when a simple cheeseburger could be had for mere cents.

Luckhardt (Insta - @chrisluckhardt) journeyed to Adak Island, Alaska - which is about 274.59 square miles, but has a population of just 150.

It was once uninhabited, but served as a US naval base during World War 2 and the Cold War.

The Maccies is pretty much unchanged since 1994, to the extent that it's still advertising dino-size fries, presumably as a tie-in to the original Jurassic Park movie.

The McDonald's has been abandoned since the 90s.
YouTube/Chris Luckhardt

According to its pricelist, in 1994 a Big Mac meal would have set you back $4.59 (£3.60), six Chicken Nuggets have been marked as $2.35 (£1.85), and a kids hamburger Happy Meal would have cost $3.36 (£2.65).

Nowadays, a Big Mac sets you back $8.39 (£6.62), six chicken nuggets would cost you $4.79 (£3.78), and a Happy Meal costs $5.99 (£4.72).

Bet you're missing the 90s now, right?

Kids who ordered a Happy Meal would be treated to a toy tie-in from Bobby's World, an animated series which aired from 1990 to 1998 on Fox Kids and followed the overactive imagination of a five-year-old.

Look at those prices.
YouTube/Chris Luckhardt

If you went for breakfast, in the 90s an egg McMuffin would have cost $1.95 (£1.54), while nowadays it costs $3.99 (£3.15).

Reacting to the clip after it was shared on TikTok, one user said: "I miss those prices, McDonald’s has jokes with what they charge for meals now."

Another commented: "Hey, does anyone remember they had like 39 cent cheeseburger days every now and then."

And one dramatically put: "Two happy meals now adds up to almost $18."

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Chris Luckhardt

Topics: McDonalds, TikTok, Viral, Food And Drink