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McDonalds Filet-o-Fish Cost

McDonalds Filet-O-Fish Cost

The Filet-O-Fish sandwich is one of the oldest and most traditional sandwiches on McDonald’s menu. It was created in 1962 by Lou Green, a local franchise owner from Cincinnati, Ohio. He beat out another burger that Ray Kroc had envisioned as being added to the menu – pineapple with cheese! The first known price for this iconic dish was $0.29 when it debuted back then.

Just how much will a McDonald’s Filet-o-Fish cost?

If you’re looking for a low-priced meal, the Filet-O-Fish sandwich at McDonald’s might be just what you need. It costs around $3 to $4 and if paired with fries or another side order like apple slices, your total cost will come in between about $5 and $6. You will usually spend $1 more to get the double Filet-O-Fish, but all these prices can vary depending on your geographical location and ongoing promotions.

You might also like our articles about the cost of filet mignon, lasagna, or crab legs.

Nutritional values of the McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish

If you’re craving a Filet-O-Fish sandwich, be sure to consult McDonald’s nutrition facts beforehand. The fish contains 380 calories and 18 grams of fat. 39 grams of carbs and 590 milligrams of sodium are also part of the nutritional value of this sandwich.

Filet O Fish Nutritional Values

Tips to know about

For the best-tasting Filet-O-Fish sandwich, Clark.com recommends ordering a cheeseless sandwich to be sure it is assembled after placing your order (no one likes cold fish). If you want cheese anyways, ask for a “cook-to-order” patty and wait up to five minutes until it gets made fresh in front of you.

The filet of fish has tartar sauce topped with half a slice of American Cheese (or upgrade option) placed overtop an Alaskan Pollock Fish Patty that’s steamed using the same recipe since 1961.

You will usually find Filet-O-Fish in one or more of these combinations:

Filet-O-Fish $3.79
Filet-O-Fish – Meal $5.79
Double Filet-O-Fish $4.79
Double Filet-O-Fish – Meal $6.79

If you’re a usual client of Mcdonald’s and like eating there a lot but never tried Filet-O-Fish, then we recommend that you give it a try. If you’ve never been to McDonald’s and want to check out one of the many locations all around the world, then having one Filet-O-Fish might actually be a great idea. Be sure to go through all of the ingredients used to make this sandwich if you’re usually allergic to different types of food, especially fish or cheese. If you’re not really fond of fish, then you can try one of the many other types of burgers.

For a full McDonald’s menu with prices, you can check out this article.

Remember to keep McDonald’s as a weekend delight and never overeat their products, because they are considered fast-food products and will be a really big hit on your silhouette.

Is there any way to save some money?

There’s always one way or another to save some money at Mcdonald’s. McDonald’s is a great place to find deals on food. The Filet-of Fish Sandwich can often be found for $2 or less when it’s not being offered as part of the 2 for $5 special offer. During Lent, which is known as “Fish Fridays” at McDonald’s, you might even get lucky enough to score this sandwich with fries.


One member of the ThePricer community said that they got a Filet-o-Fish and were charged $13 in the DC area, so make sure you double-check the prices before ordering.

Alec Pow
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    • Ted Mentz
      Ted Mentz says:

      David, I just had a McDonald’s fillet of fish yesterday at around $4.00 Today I went to Publics Grocery and got a pound of fried catfish for &9.00. Had enough fish to make 12 fish sandwiches the size I had at McDonald’s.. I guess where’s the fish would apply here.

  1. Brenda Black-Garnes
    Brenda Black-Garnes says:

    Today is 9/1/22. I went to the McDonald’s on benning road in north east, DC, and paid 13.00 dollars for two fish sandwiches. Your advertisement says two for five. Help me. I want the rest of my money back that I’m due.


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