The Best (and Worst) Cities to Buy a Cup of Coffee

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40. Dallas
> Avg. coffee price: $4.77
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,240 (2% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 9
> Population: 7,573,136

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39. Detroit
> Avg. coffee price: $4.75
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,235 (2.1% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 11
> Population: 4,319,629

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38. Atlanta
> Avg. coffee price: $4.59
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,193 (2% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 8
> Population: 6,018,744

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37. Orlando, FL
> Avg. coffee price: $4.59
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,193 (2.5% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 11
> Population: 2,608,147

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36. Charlotte, NC
> Avg. coffee price: $4.48
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,165 (2.1% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 9
> Population: 2,636,883

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