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Prices in your city
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
How much does everything cost in your city? Here it's 15 roubles (0.22€) for public transport and 40-120 roubles (0.58-1.75€) for taxi 30 roubles (0.44€) for a five litter bottle of water, 20 roubles (0.29€) for a loaf of bread, 330 roubles (4.82€) for a kg of meat (beef)
2020-01-25 16:42
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#1
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Sweden wtf_men 
wtf it's so cheap in russia
2020-01-25 16:47
#2
MSL | 
Russia MeowZer 
in moscow its x5 for prices he mentioned
2020-01-25 16:45
#6
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Sweden wtf_men 
Then I think Stockholm is twice as expensive to Moscow. At least if you judge by the prices op mentions
2020-01-25 16:46
#24
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
How much do köttbullar med gräddig löksås cost in IKEA?
2020-01-25 16:52
#37
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Sweden wtf_men 
Idk haven't been to IKEA in years. Would guess it's cheap tho
2020-01-25 16:59
#43
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Sweden Rezeter 
IKEA is cheap. maybe 5-10 euro
2020-01-25 17:04
here is like 3.5 euros for 15 meatballs and potato mash
2020-01-25 17:27
#80
rain | 
Norway TritoNOF 
And Oslo twice as expensive as Stockholm
2020-01-25 18:04
#123
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Sweden wtf_men 
How is Oslo compared to Zürich for example?
2020-01-26 07:37
#127
rain | 
Norway TritoNOF 
I'm not really sure what the prices in Zürich is
2020-01-26 18:43
#11
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Yes, I returned to my town after being in Moscow for several months (I live there currently) and can't get used to the prices
2020-01-25 16:47
#5
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
It's not like that in Moscow, only in small towns like mine But even in Moscow it's cheaper than in big European cities
2020-01-25 16:45
My mum does the shopping
2020-01-25 16:45
#4
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Portugal martimfscp 
cheap af
2020-01-25 16:45
but in ur country average salary is 2200€, in CIS countries is 350-500€
2020-01-25 17:13
#70
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Portugal martimfscp 
lul nt, 940€ in portugal
2020-01-25 17:39
oh... I thought that in Portugal higher salary
2020-01-25 17:58
#79
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Portugal martimfscp 
nah, portugal have so much potential but corruption problems in government kill our development
2020-01-25 18:02
in CIS countries same problem
2020-01-25 19:17
#108
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Unfortunately, we don't have Lenin or Andropov anymore :(
2020-01-25 19:19
+1 hjjaj sad
2020-01-25 19:20
#7
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North America yobitchcheese 
No public transport. like $800 usa for a shit hole to live in. $1100 at least for non shithole. Loaf of bread is like $1. A pound of beef is like $5-10 depending on the grade. A gallon of water is like 80 cents. Its 2020 who uses taxi? Uber my friend
2020-01-25 16:47
#12
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
We have our own services (we used to have Uber as well, but it's gone now), they work like Uber, just called in another way. We just call everything taxi
2020-01-25 16:49
uber is illegal here :D
2020-01-25 16:52
#29
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Germany HLTV_GERMANY 
same
2020-01-25 16:53
#60
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United States PsychoLogical 
why lulz
2020-01-25 17:19
it is a measure to protect the taxi companies from going extinct
2020-01-25 17:28
cuz they can't tax it properly, dodging mandatory licenses, psycho tests and stuff like that but it works now, not sure about uber but Bolt and others do work here and are quite popular, never going to use a taxi again as long as its available
2020-01-25 17:33
Same here
2020-01-25 19:11
#44
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Sweden Rezeter 
same
2020-01-25 17:06
Imagine buying water to drink :(
2020-01-25 16:47
#13
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
If you are thirsty, there is no other way
2020-01-25 16:50
#47
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Sweden Rezeter 
your country don´t clean the water that comes from the skies? we got fresh clean tapwater we can drink that is almost free
2020-01-25 17:06
#54
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
We do, but not everywhere
2020-01-25 17:12
#55
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Our postevand is not that clean everywhere
2020-01-25 17:12
#17
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North America yobitchcheese 
You've never gone to a convenient store and bought a bottle of water in your life??????
2020-01-25 16:51
I have mineral water right next to my house
2020-01-25 16:52
#38
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North America yobitchcheese 
So you never leave that general area? You've never gone on holiday and were walking and walking and walking and saw a store and said, "damn, I will get a bottle of water."????????? Are you 11 years old?
2020-01-25 17:00
Maybe. Or he has just never been to a 3rd world country where you don't get clean water from the tap. If I never left Norway on holidays I wouldn't have had to buy water from the store either. Only times I've bought water from the store in Norway is when I want water with either taste or sparkling water. In countries like Greece for example, you buy water bottles every day.
2020-01-25 17:16
I mean tap water is just fine where I live but I have still bought a bottle of water in my life. Lie and or flex all you want. Its not weird for someone to have bought a bottle of water once in their live.
2020-01-25 19:29
#9
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Netherlands n0b8m8 
One-way Ticket (Local Transport) 3.20 € Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff) 2.35 € Water (1.5 liter bottle) 0.83 € Loaf of Fresh White Bread (500g) 1.56 € Beef Round (1kg) 13.68 €
2020-01-25 16:47
#19
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Well, cheap enough for a European country
2020-01-25 16:51
#83
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Finland cuntycorn 
lol here you can maybe just call a taxi with 2.35€ :D And if you jump in it's 5-10€ before the driver has even started the car.
2020-01-25 18:07
#89
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Netherlands n0b8m8 
Same here, usually 5 euros for calling a taxi and 2.35€ per km I've been in Helsinki before, the start rate was more expensive (8 euros) but price per km was like 1 euro so summed up it's actually cheaper
2020-01-25 18:16
#97
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Finland cuntycorn 
Well that explains, I thought that 2,35 included everything. Yeah the start rate depends on time and day but it's quite high. I usually take taxi only to go home from bar and it costs about 16€ (3km). Longer distances (like 30-60km) have been a bit over 2€/km, everything included.
2020-01-25 18:31
I pay roughly 3-4 euros for a single bus ticket of 13 minutes.
2020-01-25 16:47
It’s very cheap there ... here is about 10 times these prices
2020-01-25 16:50
#16
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
I thought Greece was a cheap country
2020-01-25 16:50
It is. he's fakeflagging I've been to Greece a lot for holidays, it's not 10 times as expensive lmfao
2020-01-25 17:18
its 12 times
2020-01-25 17:35
#69
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Betyder det, at han lyver for os? :(
2020-01-25 17:37
Ja :(
2020-01-25 17:50
#81
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Det var ærgerligt :(
2020-01-25 18:05
I will be approximate as I don't take much care about prices of such things : public transport : not sure, 1.7 euros at least taxi : 10 to 15 euros five litter bottle of water: 2.5/3 euros one baguette : 1 euro meat : highly depend of the quality of it.
2020-01-25 16:50
#20
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Expensive
2020-01-25 16:51
#28
Maka | 
France Barburo 
It's France
2020-01-25 16:53
#30
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Is it true that there is rubbish everywhere on the streets?
2020-01-25 16:55
#35
Maka | 
France Barburo 
Not in my city (Lyon). Some cities had a garbage men's strike back in December.
2020-01-25 16:58
#18
NiKo | 
United Kingdom lr1015 
I went out with my gf last night for dinner train tickets (30 min trip there, 30 mins back) 13€ medium quality dinner (cheap sushi place) 17.5€ Hot drink on the way home: 5€
2020-01-25 16:51
1.7 zł for a ticket ( 0.4 eur) wroclaw.pl/rodzaje-i-ceny-biletow taxi 4-5 eur water about 1 eur 1 kg of beef 5 eur
2020-01-25 16:54
~0.75e for a ticket that lasts 90 minutes. Taxis are retarded, it's like 1.7e just to get in and the taximeter adds a lot. It's probably pretty cheap for foreigners though. A price for 0.5L of water is usually 0.3e-0.4e, but the cheapest 6L bottle I found is ~0.65e, but tap water is very good and there is no point in buying water. Load of bread is pretty much the same, around ~0.3e. Beef is around 6.5e-7e per kg, but pork is cheaper and the demand for it is higher.
2020-01-25 16:53
#27
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Quite expected tbh Want to visit your country one day
2020-01-25 16:53
I'd like to visit Russia as well, especially St. Petersburg :)
2020-01-25 17:06
#53
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Haven't been to St. Petersburg myself :D
2020-01-25 17:11
Bus 1.5 € (cheaper if you live here and use special card) Taxi depends but definitely way more expensive than Russian 5l bottle 0.6-2 € 1kg of beef 10€? (Not sure)
2020-01-25 16:52
#31
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
In Moscow taxi is 7 times as expensive as here
2020-01-25 16:55
#32
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Germany HLTV_GERMANY 
public transport 2-3€ taxi idk but its expensive af 5L water never bought but cheapest 1.5l is like 30ct good loaf of bread 1.50 - 3€ kg of meat depends you can get shit meat for like 3-4€
2020-01-25 16:59
#33
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
What type of transport do people usually use in Germany?
2020-01-25 16:58
#36
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Germany HLTV_GERMANY 
bus/train/tram
2020-01-25 16:58
Too lazy to remember them
2020-01-25 16:58
#50
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Sweden Rezeter 
1kg of beef is about 10-50 euro depending on what kind it is. average salary is about 3800 euro per month in sweden. a taxi is about 30-60 euro depending on the distance of course. bread is like 2-4 euro we got clean fresh tapwater public transport one way is like 3 euro
2020-01-25 17:09
#52
Maka | 
France Barburo 
Lyon : -26 yo ticket (1hour) 1.40€ Baguette : 1€ 1L of Oil 1.50€ Pint of beer 6.5€ Pack 9L of Water 1€ Beef 15€/kg
2020-01-25 17:09
#124
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Sweden wtf_men 
Obviously you had to include a baguette
2020-01-26 07:43
#125
Maka | 
France Barburo 
He asked for bread
2020-01-26 08:23
0.4€ for public transport, 1.75-4.5€ for taxi I don't buy water/bread/meat, so idk.
2020-01-25 17:18
Berlin, Germany Public transport ticket 1.5€-3€. CALLING a taxi 3,9€ (not using it yet). 1l water starts at 19 cents, but you can drink German tap water. Can't judge bread price. Cheapest shit starts below 1€, that's for sure. meat, idk. My mother eats organic chicken and she paid 14€ for 400g the other day.
2020-01-25 17:30
#72
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Spain 1996 
wtf is organic chicken???? you are eating organs any way or another from an organism
2020-01-25 17:57
nice bait
2020-01-25 18:02
#78
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Spain 1996 
legit question, do you maybe mean range free chickens? or chickens fed with organic food?
2020-01-25 18:03
organic, aka organic organic farm aka a farm that only has organically raised cattle organic aka no added chemicals etc.
2020-01-25 19:00
#101
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Spain 1996 
this seems like a weird american plot, the chikens i eat come from my neighbours
2020-01-25 19:01
yes, and your case is an exception, dumbo and you don't know how he/she raises the chickens
2020-01-25 19:02
#103
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Spain 1996 
it is a misuse of the organic term tho, organic literally means made up of organs, or that its been alive at some point, sustainable or naturally bred seems more appropiate, also, chemicals can be organic.
2020-01-25 19:03
nope, it's a commonly used term
2020-01-25 19:09
#105
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Spain 1996 
ok thanks for your time and your edged patience
2020-01-25 19:10
#74
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Germany FaAster 
3euro for how much zonen?
2020-01-25 17:59
morgenpost.de/berlin/article227189761/BV.. I was actually wrong. It's more expensive. I don't use them much because Im a student ever since I moved here and I dont pay for it. But there are a few more tickets, like 4 stations is less than 2€ and "4 rides" for 9€ etc.
2020-01-25 18:01
Probably in small city. in Moscow expensive crap. In kazakstan 500gram bread 80kzt - 0.18 euro, Marlboro 20 pack - 380kzt ( 0.88 eur)
2020-01-25 17:42
idk what everything cost
2020-01-25 18:01
#82
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Norway BakeAndShake 
15€ with bus home (30 min) 3€ for bread 4€ for 33cl beer can Taxi is expensive af so have never taken it 4€ for 1l water
2020-01-25 18:06
#116
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Norway at0mic_cs 
you pay 3 euro for bread? is the bread only flour or what
2020-01-25 19:39
#84
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Finland KieZuZ 
Here it's 2,80€ for public transport and 15-40€ for taxi. 1,79€ for a five liter bottle of water, 1,5-3€ for a loaf of bread, 16,9€ for a kg of meat (beef)
2020-01-25 18:07
#85
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Russia oldbiven 
Fake
2020-01-25 18:09
#86
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Why
2020-01-25 18:13
3.00euro - medium size kebab 0.33euro - bus ticket 120euro - student dorm room 0.42 - 1.5liter of water 0.47euro - baguetter (normal one, worst possible around 0.2euro) 6euro - 0.5 liter of vodka (price gonna go up :C) 11.50 euro jack daniels (there was discount in my shop i got 4 :) ) ask me if u want to know more WARSAW
2020-01-25 18:15
In euro Public transport: 2.4 for kids, 3 for adults I think It can be from 20-50 euro in taxi About 3.5 for 5l water Depends what bread, but usually about 4 about 9 for 1 kg
2020-01-25 18:15
1.5-14 cny (0.2-2 eur) for bus and 2-9 cny (0.25-1.1 eur) for subway 3.9 cny (0.5 eur) per km for taxi 30-50 cny (4-6.5 eur) for 500 grams of pork , 70-100 cny (9-13 eur) for 500 g of beef 3-7 cny (0.4-1 eur) for 330ml canned beer 15 cny (2 eur) for 1L water bread idk
2020-01-25 18:21
1.5-14 cny (0.2-2 eur) for bus and 2-9 cny (0.25-1.1 eur) for subway 3.9 cny (0.5 eur) per km for taxi 30-50 cny (4-6.5 eur) for 500 grams of pork , 70-100 cny (9-13 eur) for 500 g of beef 3-7 cny (0.4-1 eur) for 330ml canned beer 15 cny (2 eur) for 1L water bread idk
2020-01-25 18:21
1.5-14 cny (0.2-2 eur) for bus and 2-9 cny (0.25-1.1 eur) for subway 3.9 cny (0.5 eur) per km for taxi 30-50 cny (4-6.5 eur) for 500 grams of pork , 70-100 cny (9-13 eur) for 500 g of beef 3-7 cny (0.4-1 eur) for 330ml canned beer 15 cny (2 eur) for 1L water bread idk
2020-01-25 18:21
12€ with bus every day 3€ for a sandwich buys 2 every day... Free water But at least school and healthcare is free, and I get around 270€ every month from "student care" 1st worlder here
2020-01-25 18:22
#96
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Hvad koster et stykke smørrebrød?
2020-01-25 18:27
haha, et rugbrød koster 30 kr. og leverpostej, ristede løg og syltede agurker koster nogenlunde det samme.
2020-01-25 19:21
#111
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Jeg hader løg, kan man bruge hvidløg i stedet for løg? Har nemlig aldrig prøvet smørrebrød
2020-01-25 19:22
NEJNEJNEJ ristede løg er det bedste! putter det på alt, du bliver nød til at prøve dem, hvis du ikke har. husk at det er "roasted onion" og smager ikke særligt meget af løg
2020-01-25 19:26
#113
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Jeg skal til Danmark denne sommer (har aldrig været der før) og vil gerne prøve det danske smørrebrød, men jeg HADER løg. Jeg kan simpelthen ikke spise det
2020-01-25 19:28
Fedt! Danmark er helt klart også fedest om sommeren. Hvor i Danmark skal du til?
2020-01-25 19:35
#117
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Det ved jeg ikke rigtig, måske til København, men jeg vil meget gerne besøge en lille jysk by. Jeg har aldrig været i Danmark, så jeg ved ikke præcis om det er en god idé at tage til små by. Og jeg har det stadig svært ved at forstå dansk (i snakker alt for hurtigt :D), men jeg vænner mig til det. Men jeg håber altså, at jeg godt kan hygge mig i Danmark
2020-01-25 19:47
Tror sagtens du kan hugge dig i Danmark :) nu ved jeg ikke hvor lang tid du skal være i Danmark, men at tage til en lille jysk by er nok ikke det værd... Kan også anbefale Aarhus som en turist by, men København er også fed. Jeg er selv fra Sjælland
2020-01-25 20:11
FUCKKKKK WHY DID IT POSTED THREE TIMES
2020-01-25 18:22
#95
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North America Gumdrop 
0.76 euros for a 20 oz water bottle and 2 euros for a loaf of bread. I live in California
2020-01-25 18:28
In Copenhagen its 24 kr (3 euro) for 1 trip in the center of Copenhagen and a taxi - its around 200 kr for 10 minuts/5km ( 27 euro)
2020-01-25 18:37
#99
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Wtf det er alt for dyrt
2020-01-25 18:38
public - i pay 14 EUR for 3 months taxi idk dont use but about 1EUR for km 2l water bottle about 0,8 cents meat dunno just bought 600g of chicken for 4EUR
2020-01-25 19:51
#119
AdreN | 
Russia F1Z1K 
Czechoslovakia is quite cheap as well
2020-01-25 19:53
yeah and this is prague, but public in prague is really cheap
2020-01-25 19:54
#122
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Panama FUN4ENCE 
0.25 USD for public transport (bus) and 0.35/0.50 USD for the metro 2.07 USD for a five litter bottle of water, 1.20 USD for a loaf of bread, 8 USD a kg of meat
2020-01-25 20:31
0,25$ public transport for students 0,75$ 5 liter water 8,50$ 1 kg meat
2020-01-26 08:26
#129
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Norway Noreg 
transport: 100 kr/10,4 USD (bus) (38 km) water idk meat: 15 - 20 usd
2020-01-27 21:27
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