The prices per meal of non-resident meal plans are as follows:
3 per week: $10.42/swipe
5 per week: $10.44/swipe
11 per week: $11.74/swipe
14 per week: $9.63/swipe
However, if you buy meals individually, breakfast is $6, lunch is $7.5, and dinner is $9.
Isn't Housing aware that their non-resident meal plans are more expensive than buying individually? Do they really think that no one bothers to calculate this? How stupid do they think ucla students are?