Fast food is getting expensive. I mean, really expensive. Did you know the average Uber Eats order is now over $33? Fast food menu prices are getting to be as high as what we used to eat out at a sit-down family restaurant.

Did you know that people across the country pay different prices for their fast food? It seems a little unfair to me, but that's the way it is. Business Insider just put together a bunch of interesting research on different fast-food franchises. That's when I saw my kids' favorite fast food place on the list for being so expensive in Minnesota.

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Customers pay a 5.96% price premium for Subway in Minnesota

According to Netcredit, Minnesotans pay 5.96% more for subway than the national average. This puts Minnesota in the top 10 for most expensive price premiums for Subway.

McConnell Adams, Townsquare Media Lansing
McConnell Adams, Townsquare Media Lansing

How did they calculate the results?

Netcredit adds up all the extra fees, costs, and tips that are on top of your order to come up with the list. For the list, they analyzed data from Grubhub and then focused on popular items for each of the food chains. For Subway, they focused on B.L.T, Meatball Marinara, and Tuna.

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What state pays the most for Subway?

According to their research, Washington State pays the most for their footlong order. They have a 17.71% price premium compared to the national average!

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Which state pays the least for Subway?

This is interesting. The state that pays the least amount compared to the national average is Alabama. They pay 21.81% less than the rest of the country.

What's the cheapest fast food in Minnesota?

What franchise has the cheapest take-out in Minnesota compared to the rest of the country? That's Pizza Hut. We pay 1.54% less than the rest of the country for a 14" Meat Lover's Pizza.

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