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

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35. Salt Lake City
> Avg. coffee price: $4.65
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,209 (2.1% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 16
> Population: 1,232,696

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34. Kansas City, MO
> Avg. coffee price: $4.52
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,175 (2% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 10
> Population: 2,155,068

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33. Washington, D.C.
> Avg. coffee price: $4.78
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,243 (1.6% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 13
> Population: 6,280,697

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32. Miami
> Avg. coffee price: $4.59
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,193 (1.9% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 12
> Population: 6,166,488

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31. San Antonio
> Avg. coffee price: $4.17
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,084 (2.2% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 8
> Population: 2,550,960

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