Deanna and Justin In The Morning

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Most everyone relies on their cup of coffee to get them going each and every morning.  Whether iced, hot, decaf or not, it’s a go to in most every daily routine.  Luckily, here in Delaware, we have plenty of options for coffee, if we don’t make it at home, or need a pick me up throughout the day.  So, when it comes to a cup of Joe, how affordable is the coffee here in Delaware?

Cash Net USA has conducted a study to find out the cost of a cup of coffee in Delaware.  According to the study, “Our World Coffee Index 2021″ highlighted the cost of coffee in every country in the world, but this time we wanted to shift our focus to the United States exclusively. So, we used to gather the prices of over 10,000 coffee shops across 2,500 cities in the US.

According to Cash Net USA, a cup of coffee, on average, will set you back about $1.67 in Delaware, making it one of the most affordable states for coffee, based on percentage of hourly wage.

Take a look at the 10 most affordable and 10 least affordable states:

  • Most Affordable: #10 Virginia

  • Most Affordable: #9 Michigan

  • Most Affordable: #8 Ohio

  • Most Affordable: #7 Missouri

  • Most Affordable: #6 North Dakota

  • Most Affordable: #5 Delaware

  • Most Affordable: #4 Iowa

  • Most Affordable: #3 New Hampshire

  • Most Affordable: #2 New Jersey

  • Most Affordable: #1 Rhode Island

  • Least Affordable: #10 Oregon

  • Least Affordable: #9 Washington

  • Least Affordable: #8 South Carolina

  • Least Affordable: #7 New Mexico

  • Least Affordable: #6 Mississippi

  • Least Affordable: #5 Indiana

  • Least Affordable: #4 Tennessee

  • Least Affordable: #3 Arkansas

  • Least Affordable: #2 Alabama

  • Least Affordable: #1 Louisiana