Want to Find the Cheapest Pizza? This Map Has the Answers
Busy school night? Pizza. Tired and don’t want to cook? Pizza. Have a major craving? PIZZA.
Because of American’s all-out love affair with the savory pie, Expensivity.com decided to find out the average price of cheese/plain and pepperoni pizza across the the United States to give hungry folks all the info they need to satisfy their cravings. Researchers not only discovered the cheapest pizza around, but they also found the average price by city and the density of pizzerias per person!
Some of the key findings were that the cheapest cheese pizza can be found in North Dakota and will only set you back $6.64. On the opposite end of the spectrum, a cheese pizza in Alaska means you’ll be forking over $9.21 per pie.
If you want to head to the city with the cheapest pizza, make a trip to Virginia Beach, or check out Rhode Island, the state with the most pizzerias per person!
If you fancy pepperoni, Expensivity also found that Utah has the cheapest at $6.49, while Oklahoma is going to wreck your budget at $15.56 for one pizza! Want to scarf down more deets on the U.S. Pizza Index? Head to Expensivity.com.
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