A little money goes a long way on Cinnabon. As you can see from our Cinnabon menu prices below, you can generally purchase one of their super-sweet treats for under $5, which makes this the perfect snack for everybody.
As explained on our Cinnabon Nutrition Info page, these low-cost treats pack one hell of a punch, but they also happen to be one of the nicest bakery treats in the world. They are essentially the sweet-toothed version of Auntie Anne’s Menu, which is one of our favorites here on Secret Menus.
Cinnabon Menu Prices: Baked Treats
$5 goes a long way on Cinnabon, and most Cinnabon menu prices are under this amount. Cinnabon prices differ from location to location, but we have completed an average for you below. These Cinnabon menu prices are relevant as of 2017 and have been taken from an official source:
- Cinnabon Classic Roll = $3.69
- Caramel Pecanbon Roll = $4.59
- MiniBon = $2.89
- Center of the Roll = $3.30
- Cinnabon Stix (5 pieces) = $3.30
- Cinnabon Stix (10 pieces) = $5.49
- CinnaSweeties (5 pieces) = $2.49
- CinnaSweeties (10 pieces) = $3.99
- Cinnabon Bites (4 pieces) = $3.30
- Churro = $2.35
- Extra Frosting = $0.70
Cinnabon Menu Prices: Drinks
- Chillattas (R) = $4.71
- Chillattas (L) = $5.65
- MochaLatta Chill (R) = $4.71
- MochaLatta Chill (L) = $5.65
- Cinnamon Roll Iced Coffee (R) = $2.99
- Cinnamon Roll Iced Coffee (L) = $3.58
- Cinnabon Signature Coffee (R) = $1.65
- Cinnabon Signature Coffee (L) = $1.88
- Soft Drink (L) = $1.79
- Lemonade (R) = $2.36
- Lemonade (L) = $2.83
- Raspberry Lemonade (R) = $3.30
- Raspberry Lemonade (L) = $3.77
- Milk (R) $1.59
- Milk (L) $1.89
- Vanilla Iced Coffee (R) = $2.99
- Vanilla Iced Coffee (L) = $3.58
- Chocolate Milk (L) $1.89
- Hot Chocolate (L) $2.36
- Hot Tea (L) = $1.69
- Juice = $2.36
- Water = $1.79
Cinnabon Prices Worldwide
Cinnabon is available around the world, and the prices differ globally. Typically, you can expect to roughly pay the same as you would in the United States, once the currency conversion has been completed. But that’s not always the case. Higher rent prices, food prices and cost of living slightly increases, while the opposite is true for price reductions. In other words, the price you pay in the United Kingdom and Japan will be more (once converted) than the price you pay in Nicaragua, Indonesia and Vietnam.
Typically, the price of a Cinnabon cinnamon roll costs around the same as a large cup of quality coffee.
- Caribbean region
- Dominican Republic
- United Kingdom
Brands Similar to Cinnabon
There are plenty of chains in the United States, but chains producing sweat baked treats are not as readily available. One of them, Auntie Anne’s, we have already mentioned. This is actually owned by the same company that owns Cinnabon, but they were both founded separately.
However, Auntie Anne’s don’t really make anything sweet and their products are nothing like what you will find on the Cinnabon menu.
Other sweet treat chains that you can find here on Secret Menus include Dairy Queen, Dunkin’ Donuts and Tim Hortons. If you’re looking for something a little healthier, then checkout Jamba Juice instead.
Looking for some Cinnabon facts to entertain you while you enjoy one of their World Famous Cinnamon Rolls? Want to impress friends with some random facts? Check these out:
- Cinnabon are owned by Focus Brands, a company that owns many other popular chains, including Auntie Anne’s, Moe’s Southwest Grill. There are over 4,000 stores in total, spread across 61 countries.
- They use their own secret blend of cinnamon, sourcing the product all of the way from Indonesia, where the cinnamon is prized for its sweetness.
- The CEO, Kat Cole, rose to the top when she was 32. She had previously worked as a waitress for companies also owned by Focus Brands.
- Sales increase drastically during the holiday season, when everyone wants to get their hands on these sweat treats.
- Combined, Cinnabon has over 1 billion in sales every single year. This includes many of the products sold in grocery stores.
- Cinnabon was the first United States chain to open in Libya, which happened back in 2012.