How much is America’s most famous burger? The answer may depend on where you are.
An interactive map called McCheapest tracks the cost of every Big Mac in the US. This includes prices for each franchise in upstate New York. Prices are set by the owners of each franchise.
So when you pass through upstate New York on your next trip, you’ll find Big Macs that range from as cheap as $4.50 to as expensive as $7.
The cheapest Big Mac in New York is $4.49 (in the Mohawk Valley). The most expensive is $7.49 (at the Orange County Mall).
In the Capital District, you’ll find two McDonald’s, one near hospitals and some colleges, and the other near car dealerships in Colony, which sells some of the most expensive Big Mac sandwiches in the upstate. The sandwich, located at 31 Holland Ave and 1006 Central Ave, costs $6.89, according to McChipest. The franchise near the hospitals on Holland Avenue is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and Central Avenue is open until 3 a.m.
The most expensive Big Mac in all of New York is located at Woodbury Commons in the Central Valley near the Hudson River in Orange County. This burger costs more than the Big Macs in midtown Manhattan, most of which cost between $5 and $6.
Just an hour west of Albany, you’ll find the state’s cheapest burger in a small town called Little Falls of 4,634. Off Main Street, at 50 Albany Street, you’ll find a McDonald’s open until 11:00 pm where you can get a Big Mac for $4.49.
The map lists highway franchises with unknown prices. All highways ceased operation on January 1, 2023 and will not reopen. To find out how much a Big Mac costs near you, visit the McCheapest website.
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