Just wondering why the sandwich price is increased by 20 or 30 cents every few months? Lunchmeat and bread have been the same price at my grocer for a couple years.
I get inflation, but couldn't you save money by not having to reprint your menus every quarter? Seriously, over 10 years sandwiches have gone from $3 to $6. Subway hasn't doubled.
McDonald's hasn't doubled. Is it apply & demand cuz JJ is so much better and I'll obviously pay the hider price?
Product or Service Mentioned: Jimmy Johns Vegetarian Sandwich.
Reason of review: Pricing issue.
I liked: Sandwiches are delicious, Great bread.
I didn't like: Price is higher every single time i go there.