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Bill Clinton''s Lunch Spots in Harlem

 

According to a September 2013 study by Visa, Americans who eat out for lunch spend nearly $936 a year on average, solely on lunch. This breaks down to about $18 a week, or eating out twice a week at nearly $10 per outing.

Looking to cut back and save that money for something else? By preparing a meal at home or buying frozen those two days (based on an average frozen meal cost of $4, lunches can be prepared fresh at home for even less), peope can save an estimated $10 a week or more, roughly equalling $520 a year.

This is enough to pay for:

 

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Article Courtesy of WEWS NewsChannel 5

Picture Courtesy of Mario Tama, Getty Images and WEWS NewsChannel 5

How Lunch is Getting More Pricey When Going Out  was originally published on wzakcleveland.com