With the consumption tax hike on October 1, hamburger chains are also announcing new pricing one after another. McDonald's has decided to unify the "tax-included price" as before.
about 70% of the product, the current tax price for both eat-in, take-out will be deferred. In other words, for eat-in, the tax-excluded price will be reduced, and for take-out, the current tax-excluded price will be maintained to maintain the tax-included price. On the other hand, the tax-included price of the remaining 30% of products, including "hamburgers" and "cheeseburgers," will be increased by 10 yen. All listed prices include tax. * Except for some stores and home delivery services
At Lotteria, the displayed price has been changed from tax-included to tax-excluded, and only the tax-excluded price is shown on the menu. The tax-included price changes between eat-in and take-out.
In the case of eat-in, the list price (excluding tax) + 10% consumption tax. In case of take-out, the list price (excluding tax) + 8% consumption tax will be added.
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Freshness Burger, maintaining the current tax price by adjusting the price excluding tax. We will adopt the "same price including tax" that unifies the price to be paid for eat-in and take-out. In addition, the list price is still tax-included.
For example, in the case of "Classic Burger", eat-in is 455 yen excluding tax + 45 yen consumption tax (10%). Take-out is 463 yen excluding tax + consumption tax 37 yen (8%). The amount to be paid in both cases is 500 yen (tax included).