Now in all fairness Mom bought Rye and Pumpernickel Bread, Organic Free Range Eggs and Natural Low Sodium Peanut butter - all of which cost more than normal brands. Mom and Dad haven't been to the movies in years but she looked up the prices online and shock of shock - Mom has NEVER had a McDonalds burger but she saw them advertised on the TV so knew how much they were.
- Loaf of bread $3.49 - (Plain White is 99cents - $1.99)
- Gallon of milk $2.89
- Dozen eggs $4.49 - (Plain Eggs $2.39)
- Gas per gallon $3.55
- Movie ticket $7.50
- At the movies, how much are the concessions? Popcorn $4.50 - Coke $3.50
- McDonald’s cheeseburger $1.08
- Jar of peanut butter $3.89 (Plain PB - $3.49)
- A can of Fancy Feast cat food - never buy the stuff :) :) :)
Wow everyone has cheaper gas than ours. We are finding this so interesting. Have a wonderful Wednesday.ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
Your movie tickets are waaaaaaay lower than ours. Weird how prices are so different from state to state.ReplyDelete
I come over to fill up the Elephant Skater. I bring the bread and the eggs (sorry just 10 lol)and we both have some money for our piggy banks :o)ReplyDelete
Yes, our gas(petrol) costs more per US gallon than your movie ticket...ReplyDelete
WOW - thank you so much my friends for participating. This is so intriguing! Your milk, gas, movie tickets AND concessions are so much cheaper than here in Georgia. It's so interesting to see the different prices from all over the world. XOXO - BaconReplyDelete
Hey this is really fun! Gee I wish I could do the shopping. Jerky and PB and steak for everyone! BOL I've never had a McD burger either, but I keep wishing.ReplyDelete
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, Pol Comm
Everything looks about the same as Virginia, except the movie ticket. More like $10.00 here, and popcorn is a dollar or so more too.ReplyDelete
We did not know about this day... butt are LOVING the price comparisonsReplyDelete
We got gas (the cheapest blend) for $2.74 this weekend. Our Milk was $2.50 And we got Eggs for $1.99 for a Dozen and a HALF.
It is FUN to know what others have to pay fur thingys.
PeeS.... we don't even REMEMBER when we had a McDonald's Burger... don't like them much.ReplyDelete
Youz way cheaper than us xxoxxxReplyDelete
Mollie and Alfie
I wish I knew about this because the posts are so fun to read! Sometimes I think I live in my own little world when I miss stuff like this.ReplyDelete
Our petrol is more expensive than vingage champagne!ReplyDelete
Dip and Elliot x
That sounds about the same here! Well, maybe a few cents more here, cause, well, EVERYTHING is more expensive here. (see Ma bitchin' now....bol)ReplyDelete
This was the most fabulous idea, what a great comparison! Love seeing the differences.ReplyDelete
So happy to hear your niece will be heading home.
What a cool idea. Mama says movies where about that price the last time she went. She says that was long before Katy came. :)ReplyDelete
We have the most expensive gas in the country. But our other prices are lower due to the urban area. Its hard to believe that we have to pay more for milk and eggs in places that provide them. Love DollyReplyDelete
Even with the seniors concession at the movies is more here.ReplyDelete
Some of the others are on par.
XXXOO Bella & Roxy
Mom shops at the commissary so that saves on food. We have no idea how much a movie is cuz we rarely ever go. Gas today is $3.35/gallon. Interesting though!ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
We only live a couple of states away from you, but Dad says he wants to go to your movie theater. Our tickets are $7.50 for the early show and $10 for the regular ones, and about $11 for a small soda and small popcorn:(ReplyDelete
Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning
Just outside of Chicago, gas isReplyDelete
$3.97 per gallon
jar of organic, low sodium peanut butter-5.79
half a gallon of organic fat free mily $4.79
6lb bag of raw organic dog food-30.79
2-free range organic chicken breasts-$12.71
Stopped at the store today….. Tell mom not to worry, about the hamburger, I do not think they are too healthy….
Wow! Sometimes I forget how expensive it is to live up here in the Northwest...our gas, as of this morning was $4.39 a gallon!ReplyDelete