Prices surely haven't stayed the same since the 1950s! Do you think you can guess just exactly how much these fantastic 1950s products cost? Let's find out just how 50s savvy you really are!

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How much did a box of chocolates cost in 1955?

$1.00 a lb

$1.85 a lb

$.95 a pound

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In 1956, a dozen eggs would have set you back how much?

.79 cents

.55 cents

$1.10

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On average, how much was a tube of toothpaste in 1956?

.50 cents

.29 cents

.75 cents

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On average, how much was a roll of toilet paper in 1950?

.5 cents

.10 cents

.30 cents

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How much did a High Pop Automatic Toaster coast in 1951?

$15.00

$21.00

$50.00

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How much did a Coldspot Refrigerator cost in 1952?

$450

$209

$329

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On average, a woman could purchase a cotton check dress for how much?

$3.29

$5.75

$9.99

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How much did a Singer portable sewing machine cost in the 1950s?

$19.99

$31.29

$45.29

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How much was a five pound bag of sugar in the 1950s?

.50 cents

.43 cents

.75 cents

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How much was a malted milkshake on average in the 1950s?

.25 cents

.50 cents

.10 cents

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How much was a gallon of gas in 1950?

.30 cents

.20 cents

.10 cents

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In 1950, the average house only cost....

$14,400

$10,200

$13,000

## C+, Fifties Flop

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Unfortunately, this quiz revealed that we have a bit of a 1950's price flop on our hands! while you may have known a few of these old fashioned prices, many threw you for a loop. Worry not, at least this quiz proved a refreshing trip to a bygone era!

## B+, Fifties Fanciful

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are fifties fanciful! It's obvious that you know the prices and history of the fifties way better than most. Whether you grew up in this time or just fancy your history, you scored well on this quiz!

## A+, Fifties Remarkable

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are fifties remarkable! Prices sure have changed since this golden era in American history. Luckily folks like you remember just what things cost in this bygone decade. Well done!

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1

How much did a box of chocolates cost in 1955?

$1.00 a lb

$1.85 a lb

$.95 a pound

2

In 1956, a dozen eggs would have set you back how much?

.79 cents

.55 cents

$1.10

3

On average, how much was a tube of toothpaste in 1956?

.50 cents

.29 cents

.75 cents

4

On average, how much was a roll of toilet paper in 1950?

.5 cents

.10 cents

.30 cents

5

How much did a High Pop Automatic Toaster coast in 1951?

$15.00

$21.00

$50.00

6

How much did a Coldspot Refrigerator cost in 1952?

$450

$209

$329

7

On average, a woman could purchase a cotton check dress for how much?

$3.29

$5.75

$9.99

8

How much did a Singer portable sewing machine cost in the 1950s?

$19.99

$31.29

$45.29

9

How much was a five pound bag of sugar in the 1950s?

.50 cents

.43 cents

.75 cents

10

How much was a malted milkshake on average in the 1950s?

.25 cents

.50 cents

.10 cents

11

How much was a gallon of gas in 1950?

.30 cents

.20 cents

.10 cents

12

In 1950, the average house only cost....

$14,400

$10,200

$13,000