Specifically an Almond Joy. I bought one earlier and paid the grand sum of Euro1.50 (about $1.70).
Around here, they go for about $.75.
Damn. And it wasnt even that nice.
Anywhere from three for a dollar to $.75 at the grocery, $1.00 from a vending machine. If you buy a gift box you can get 36 bars for $19.95.This is what I think of when someone refers to a Hershey bar.
'Bout a hundred dollars.
I’m an excellent driver.
They come in different sizes, at different prices.
In the vending machine at my job, I get a SUPER-TINY one for $.55. Had one today, actually.
for a chance at a little “compensation”.
I find them occasionally at the dollar store, two fer a buck (plus tax).
Vending machines, the Bronx, normal sized, 65-70 cents.
Honor Box at work - $.75
Wallgreens sale bin - 3/1.00 Fred Meyers - .55
This is for Mounds bars, though. Almond Joy bars are gross. And yes, I do consider that a factual answer, thankyouverymuch.
I thought Euros were meant to match the US dollar closer than that.
This seems to be a survey so I’ll move this thread to IMHO.
At the convience store they are .75, however, at the hardware store across the street they are .50.
Snack bar: 50 cents.
Vending machine: 65 cents.
Convenience store: 75 cents (I think)
You people are paying too much!
I can get 'em at the grocery store for 35/45 cents, depending on the kind.
Convenience stores run sixty to seventy-five cents. (King size will set you back a buck.)
Don’t feel bad, Bryan. We pay exorbitantly for “exotic” European chocolate.
Dollar store - three for a dollar.
Grocery store - 45 cents.
Convenience store - about 65 cents, give or take a dime.
An Almond Joy costs about 60 cents at the grocer’s here.
But a Nestle Aero Bar, imported from the UK, costs US$1.00 at the same shop.
Anywhere from $0.33 to $0.55 at the grocery store. I don’t like Almond Joy, though – I prefer the plain Hershey chocolate bar. And I live about 15 miles from Hershey, so I get my chocolate cheap.