Are the meal plans a little pricey?

<p>Approximately $11 per meal. Soup Plantation (a chain in california) is less than $10 and it provides a broad array of really healthy choices. </p>

<p>I guess when you have a monpoly, you assert the pricing advantage.</p>

<p>If you get unlimited and eat enough, the price per meal approaches zero. That's my plan.</p>

<p>^hahahahahahahaha</p>

<p>^^ hhahahahaha yess</p>

<p>its a win-win situation, either you get a great deal or you avoid the freshman 15</p>

<p>hahahahahha - good luck eating over 5,000 meals in a single academic year... ;)</p>

<p>another option: live off free food. when i was visiting i heard a story about someone who decided to see how long he (or she) could go without a meal plan and ended up lasting a full year eating only free food from various events and clubs</p>

<p>^Unless you are a hibernating bear, this plan is not recommended.</p>

<p>the price becomes arbitrarily close to 0 as you eat more!</p>

<p>@BuddyMcAwesome - I was on the unlimited plan last year and ate lots of food, and I still managed to lose 15 pounds. So for me, it was the freshman 15, just in the right direction haha.</p>

<p>Definitely get the unlimited plan. You can use all those extra meals to buy snacks at Late</a> Meal. And yes the meal plans are a little pricey, but they're much cheaper than the eating clubs so don't complain.</p>

<p>You're right, Princeton is too expensive. Don't go there!</p>