The first McDonalds hamburger you buy at a fast food restaurant is worth more than $3,000, according to a new study.
That’s according to new research from University of Michigan researchers, who found that people spend more on their first McDonald`s burger than on other McDonalds food.
The study, published in the Journal of Consumer Research, shows that people who spent the most on their McDonalds first burger were older, male and more likely to have high blood pressure and diabetes, the researchers wrote in the study.
The findings add weight to a previous study which showed that McDonalds offers the most affordable hamburger, with a $1.49 price tag, but also found that the most expensive burgers are also the most delicious.
The new study compared a first McDonald�s hamburgers purchase to how much people spent on their own first McDonald hamburger.
McDonalds did not provide data on how much money people spent.
The researchers said that McDonald` s marketing and promotion efforts have been a success, and the company recently added new promotions including free parking and an online meal plan.
The survey also found the majority of respondents had a positive experience at the restaurant, with 89 percent of people saying they would return for a second visit.
The number of respondents who said they would never eat a McDonald’s hamburger again fell from 92 percent in 2012 to 75 percent in 2014.