Extra Sausage in a Bunnings Sausage Sandwich
Last edited 22/10/2019 - 07:15
A few months ago I was feeling very hungry and asked for an extra sausage with my sausage sandwich at Bunnings. After some initial confusion, the lady said $1 extra seemed fair and I got a $3.50 double sausage sandwich. It was a struggle to eat but it hit the spot. I was also very happy with the price and value obtained.
Since then, I have ordered 4 more double sausage sandwiches on different weekends. Here lies the issue, on all 4 subsequent occasions I have been charged $5.
That is a ratio of 8:1:1 if you scale up to $2.50, which means the sausage represents $2 of the overall product’s value. Does this mean the fair value is $4.50 for a double sausage sandwich or should a discount be applied since only one transaction is taking place and you are buying in volume?
Should I say something next time $5 is requested? I cannot go back to single sausages and don’t want to be “that guy” who I complains to a charity or community group about wanting to support them less through a sausage sizzle.
Tl:dr how much should be charged for a double sausage sandwich at Bunnings?
Note: This is not a discussion about sausage sandwich vs sausage in bread.