The most affordable stores in New Jersey are all in Manhattan, according to the New York Times.
The Times cites a report from WalletHub that says stores in the city’s West Village, Midtown, Upper East Side and East Village areas all have prices below $100.
The cheapest retail store in the entire area, however, is a Starbucks in the West Village.
The average price for a Starbucks coffee is $2.28, which is more than $2 cheaper than the average price of a typical dollar store.
In Manhattan, the Times says, you’ll pay $2 for a coffee, compared to $4.39 in the surrounding West Village area.
Starbucks’ location in Midtown is also one of the reasons why it’s the most expensive spot in the neighborhood, the newspaper reports.
While you can find cheaper coffee options in other parts of New York, the West Side is a favorite among many people who live there.
Starbucks is known for its coffee, and in addition to its location in the Manhattan borough, the company has a presence in the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn.
Starbucks was founded in the U.S. in 1977.
In 2014, the coffee giant moved its headquarters from Seattle to New York.