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Moving out and food - January 3rd 2012, 09:05 PM

Okay, so soon enough I might be moving out; two friends and I have plans to move out but we have to turn in an application and all of that and see if our application gets accepted. Talking to the manager at the apartment company (who also happened to be a friend of my friend) it seems like we should get accepted. So, my question is how much do you guys spend on food in the month? My friends and I are discussing splitting the cost of food equally and I am just trying to see what would be a reasonable amount to contribute. I know everyone might have different monthly food costs but just a general idea would be nice.

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Re: Moving out and food - January 3rd 2012, 09:58 PM

Ok I asked my sister who is 24, how much money she spends on food in a month. Her and her friends split the cost evenly but there is a difference since there is 3 of them but only 2 of you. The total for all three was about 180 to 300 dollars each month but, it depends on things like how much they eat take out and how much at home. My brother who is in college said that he and his one roomate spend about 200 or less a month.
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Re: Moving out and food - January 3rd 2012, 10:26 PM

Thanks and there is actually going to be three of us! Sorry if I didn't make that clear enough.

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Re: Moving out and food - January 3rd 2012, 11:17 PM

Me and my partner spend about £25 a week on food, so about £100 a month, so that's like what, US$150? I don't know how much food is over there but it's cheaper to do most things from scratch and the cheaper products aren't that bad.
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