Wawa Menu & Prices

Wawa is a chain of convenience stores and gas stations that also offers a full menu from their kitchen. Because of that, Wawa prices are usually pretty low and you can get a great meal for around $5. And if you want a bigger meal such as a pizza or family-sized soups, you can get it for under $10.

Wawa offers just about every type of food you can imagine. That includes things such as breakfast meals, soups, bowls, sides, hoagies and sandwiches, quesadillas, fresh baked rolls, pizzas, chicken strips, salads, wraps, snacks, and beverages.

Wawa Nutrition

Below are the latest Wawa menu prices.

Food Size Price




Breakfast Burritos


Breakfast Bowls


Hoagie Shorti 6 Inch

6 in. $4.39

Hoagie Classic 10 Inch

10 in. $5.59



Bagel with Cream Cheese Cucumber Tomato


Bagel with Cream


Bagel with Butter


Oatmeal Small

Small $1.99

Oatmeal Medium

Medium $2.49

Oatmeal Large

Large $2.99


Chicken Noodle Small

Small $2.49

Chicken Noodle Medium

Medium $3.49

Chicken Noodle Large

Large $4.09

Chicken Noodle Family

Family $7.29

Baked Potato Cheddar Bacon Small

Small $2.49

Baked Potato Cheddar Bacon Medium

Medium $3.49

Baked Potato Cheddar Bacon Large

Large $4.09

Baked Potato Cheddar Bacon Family

Family $7.29

Chicken Corn Chowder Small

Small $2.49

Chicken Corn Chowder Medium

Medium $3.49

Chicken Corn Chowder Large

Large $4.09

Chicken Corn Chowder Family

Family $7.29

New England Clam Chowder Small

Small $2.49

New England Clam Chowder Medium

Medium $3.49

New England Clam Chowder Large

Large $4.09

New England Clam Chowder Family

Family $7.29

Broccoli Cheddar Small

Small $2.49

Broccoli Cheddar Medium

Medium $3.49

Broccoli Cheddar Large

Large $4.09

Broccoli Cheddar Family

Family $7.29


Mac Cheese Small

Small $2.49

Mac Cheese Medium

Medium $3.49

Mac Cheese Large

Large $4.09

Mac Cheese Family

Family $7.29

Mashed Potatoes Small

Small $2.49

Mashed Potatoes Medium

Medium $3.49

Mashed Potatoes Large

Large $4.09

Mashed Potatoes Family

Family $7.29

Meatballs Small

Small $2.49

Meatballs Medium

Medium $3.49

Meatballs Large

Large $4.09

Meatballs Family


Chicken or Beef Quesadilla


Cheese Quesadilla


Ready-To-Go® Salads




Chocolate Chip Cookie


Stuffed Pretzels


Bagel Melt



Frozen Cappuccino 12 Oz

12 oz. $2.99

Frozen Cappuccino 24 Oz

24 oz.

Iced Latte 12 Oz

12 oz. $2.99

Iced Latte 24 Oz

24 oz. $3.19

Hot Latte or Hot Chocolate 12 Oz

12 oz. $2.69

Hot Latte or Hot Chocolate 16 Oz

16 oz. $2.99

Milkshake 12 Oz

12 oz. $2.99

Milkshake 24 Oz

24 oz. $3.99

Flurricane 16 Oz

16 oz. $4.09

Coffee 16 Oz

16 oz. $1.45

Coffee 24 Oz

24 oz. $1.65

Wawa was founded in 1964 in Folsom, Pennsylvania, by Grahame Wood. Although Wawa is convenience store, their kitchen offers a full menu with almost anything you can think of. Today, there are over 600 locations. Most of those locations are in the Northeastern United States.

No matter what you like or what your budget is, Wawa should have something for you. You can get a good 6 inch sub sandwich for under $5. If you’d just like a quick snack, you can go for their fresh baked rolls for under a dollar. Wawa prices are made so that they are affordable for just about everyone.

For more information about Wawa, visit their official website.

Join the Conversation


  1. Steve Munoz says:

    I eat there for lunch very often.
    $5 is optimistic.
    A short sandwich, soda, and bag of chips puts you at around $8.

    1. I think the prices for coffee listed is a bit higher at the Wawa on 2nd between South & Lombard St at Headhouse Square. Is that normal? The small coffee is charge like the next size.

  2. anon y mouse says:

    how much are salsa chips?

  3. Phoebe Hines says:

    I got a rice bowl and a 32 oz drink cost me over $8,Wawa,I hope that when you raised the prices you gave your employees a raise because that is an awful price for a rice bowl and a drink.

  4. Where are the turkey salad bowls, etc?

  5. What happen to your hot dogs?

  6. Chaston Marshall says:

    how much are the pizzas?

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