Originally Posted by Cujo
It's all relative to the local income though isn't it.
If average income is equivalent to 50 dollars a month then 13 for a bottle of booze is a lot.
This is true. Its still informative though, especially when you aren't making money in the local currency. Or spending in it for that matter...
Originally Posted by fishlocker
(In the states) have eggs for 99cents a dozen and milk at under 3 dollars per gallon.
Food is cheap in the US right now. Its weird because a few years back when gas was pricey it seemed like every other week the food prices would increase.
Now, I am convinced there must be some deflation happening. A sampling of my local sales ads this week (these prices are typical):
Boneless skinless chicken breast-$1.77/lb
Whole milk, 1 gallon-$1.89
Large cantaloupe-75 cents (for the whole thing, not per pound)
Blueberries, 6 ounces-75 cents
Hass Avacados-3 for $1
1 Pound of sharp all natural aged cheddar-$1.99
Red cherries, one pound-88 cents
18 large eggs-$1
Strawberries, 1 pound-87 cents
I could go on. Been like this for almost two years now. Its unreal