In today’s world, rising living expenses are hitting everyone hard, and it’s becoming increasingly impossible to ignore. From rent hikes to surging utility bills and escalating grocery prices, the cost of living seems to be climbing at an alarming rate.

The pros and cons of saving money on the go

It might not be the best option but there is an undeniable money-saving solution staring at us in the face.


That's right, burgers, fries, and maybe even a shake. It's one of the cheapest ways to fill up on some grub without breaking the bank.

On the plus side, fast food is quick and convenient. With busy schedules and limited time to cook, grabbing a burger or a slice of pizza on the go can be a lifesaver, especially if you work a lot or wear multiple hats throughout the day.

On the other hand, fast food is notorious for being high in calories, unhealthy fats, sugars, and sodium. So, sure, fast food can save you a few bucks but it could result in long-term medical expenses and a decreased quality of life.

The good news is that if you consume fast food in moderation and maintain an active lifestyle, you could save quite a few bucks, especially in Idaho.

Idaho is among the best states for fast-food

Thanks to data from World Population Review, we discovered that Idaho has the second-cheapest average price for fast food.

Let's take a look at the average price of different fast-food items in case you're ever looking to save a buck.

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