Diners wait hours for 13 cent meals in Hong Kong

With the global economy in the toilet, restaurateurs are desperate to lure people in. In Hong Kong, they're taking it to another level. Many restaurants are participating in a campaign offering full meals for the discounted price of the equivalent of 13 cents. Diners wait in line for many hours to get a fish meal that normally costs $52... for 13 cents.

The important thing to keep in mind as you queue up for bargains or spend hours is the value of your time: I know people who spend hours researching a purchase to save $15 when they'd be better of getting ripped off and spending the time working.

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