Las Vegas Cost of Living

The cost of living in any city is tough to pin down due to all of the individual life choices we make each day; however, there are some general studies and data that make a compelling case for choosing Las Vegas, based on the cost of living.

Scroll down to find the estimated cost of living data based on people entering their real-life expenses in the cities of Las Vegas, Chicago, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Seattle, Atlanta, Boston, and San Francisco.  Source: www.numbeo.com

The data is pretty compelling – time to move to Las Vegas!

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Chicago, Illinois: You would need around $5,684.51 in Chicago, IL to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with $4,400 in Las Vegas, NV.

Consumer Prices in Chicago, IL are 17.56% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Consumer Prices Including Rent in Chicago, IL are 29.19% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Rent Prices in Chicago, IL are 52.61% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Restaurant Prices in Chicago, IL are 1.61% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Groceries Prices in Chicago, IL are 33.46% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Local Purchasing Power in Chicago, IL is 5.69% lower than in Las Vegas, NV

Los Angeles, CA: You would need around $6,134.26 in Los Angeles, CA to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with $4,400 in Las Vegas, NV.

Consumer Prices in Los Angeles, CA are 12.37% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Consumer Prices Including Rent in Los Angeles, CA are 39.42% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Rent Prices in Los Angeles, CA are 93.87% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Restaurant Prices in Los Angeles, CA are 4.28% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Groceries Prices in Los Angeles, CA are 26.40% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Local Purchasing Power in Los Angeles, CA is 9.64% lower than in Las Vegas, NV

Minneapolis, MN: You would need around $5,032.04 in Minneapolis, MN to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with $4,400 in Las Vegas, NV.

Consumer Prices in Minneapolis, MN are 12.50% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Consumer Prices Including Rent in Minneapolis, MN are 14.36% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Rent Prices in Minneapolis, MN are 18.12% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Restaurant Prices in Minneapolis, MN are 0.32% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Groceries Prices in Minneapolis, MN are 21.68% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Local Purchasing Power in Minneapolis, MN is 2.54% higher than in Las Vegas, NV

Seattle, WA: You would need around $6,250.60 in Seattle, WA to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with $4,400 in Las Vegas, NV.

Consumer Prices in Seattle, WA are 25.50% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Consumer Prices Including Rent in Seattle, WA are 42.06% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Rent Prices in Seattle, WA are 75.40% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Restaurant Prices in Seattle, WA are 8.41% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Groceries Prices in Seattle, WA are 40.84% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Local Purchasing Power in Seattle, WA is 10.82% higher than in Las Vegas, NV

Atlanta, GA: You would need around $5,028.64 in Atlanta, GA to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with $4,400 in Las Vegas, NV.

Consumer Prices in Atlanta, GA are 8.25% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Consumer Prices Including Rent in Atlanta, GA are 14.29% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Rent Prices in Atlanta, GA are 26.44% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Restaurant Prices in Atlanta, GA are 13.87% lower than in Las Vegas, NV
Groceries Prices in Atlanta, GA are 25.59% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Local Purchasing Power in Atlanta, GA is 16.16% higher than in Las Vegas, NV

Boston, MA: You would need around $6,503.10 in Boston, MA to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with $4,400 in Las Vegas, NV.

Consumer Prices in Boston, MA are 23.22% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Consumer Prices Including Rent in Boston, MA are 47.80% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Rent Prices in Boston, MA are 97.28% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Restaurant Prices in Boston, MA are 3.04% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Groceries Prices in Boston, MA are 47.83% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Local Purchasing Power in Boston, MA is 6.73% lower than in Las Vegas, NV

San Francisco, CA: You would need around $8,399.96 in San Francisco, CA to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with $4,400 in Las Vegas, NV.

Consumer Prices in San Francisco, CA are 32.20% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Consumer Prices Including Rent in San Francisco, CA are 90.91% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Rent Prices in San Francisco, CA are 209.11% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Restaurant Prices in San Francisco, CA are 18.48% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Groceries Prices in San Francisco, CA are 50.36% higher than in Las Vegas, NV
Local Purchasing Power in San Francisco, CA is 14.34% higher than in Las Vegas, NV

Source: www.numbeo.com          Assumption: based on renting in both cities          Survey Date: March 2020