Cost per pound

You are faced with the following situation: - You want to buy a can of your favorite tuna, and you have three choices: 2oz for $0.99; 4.5oz for $1.69; or 12oz for $4.79. Which choice will give you the most value for your money, and how to calculate the price per pound? Perplex? The best choice is 4.5oz for $1.69.

While buying online or in-store, be careful not to get caught. Use PricePerLb.com on your smartphone and outsmart the stores!

While buying online or in-store, be careful not to get caught. Use PricePerLb.com on your smartphone and outsmart the stores!

All consumers' associations recommend you compare the price per pound before you buy in order to get the best value per dollar.

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e.g. $ 299

"Calculate" to find out

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e.g. $ 299

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Price $ .

e.g. $ 299

"Calculate" to find out

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e.g. $ 299

"Calculate" to find out

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You can enter integers and decimals in *pounds* and *ounces* fields. The calculator adds them up automatically. If a value is *zero*, just skip the field.

Example 1: - If the item's label displays the weight as*3 lb 2 oz*, enter *3* in the *pounds* field, leave the *00 (decimal)* value unchanged, enter *2* in the *ounces* field, leave the *00 (decimal)* value unchanged, fill out the *Price* field and Calculate to get the price per pound.

Example 2: - If the item's label displays the weight as*1.4 lb*, enter *1* in the *pounds* field, enter *4* in the *00 (decimal)* field, leave the *ounces* fields unchanged, fill out the *Price* field and Calculate to calculate the cost per pound.

Example 1: - If the item's label displays the weight as

Example 2: - If the item's label displays the weight as

Example 3: - You are offered a box of chocolates labeled 750g at $6.50. How are you going to know the price per pound? - Go to the arrow *US*, select *g*. Type *750* and *6.50*, Calculate and the price per lb appears. The website has converted grams into pounds, and computed the price per pound.

Example 4: - Your sports shop has a new set of 50kg dumbbell weights at $139.99. How does that compare in price per pound with another set labeled 110lb and costing the same price? - You will need to use two tiles on this site to perform the comparison:

• In*Item1* write *50 kg dumbbells*. Then select *kg* in the drop-down menu and type *50* and *139.99*. Calculate and you'll see the price per pound. The site has converted kilograms into pounds, and found the price per pound.

• In*Item2* write *110 pounds dumbbells*. Then write *110* in the *pounds* field, and write the price. Calculate and you'll see the price per pound.

Example 4: - Your sports shop has a new set of 50kg dumbbell weights at $139.99. How does that compare in price per pound with another set labeled 110lb and costing the same price? - You will need to use two tiles on this site to perform the comparison:

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