# How much was $46 in the 60s?

## How much was $46 in the 60s?

$46 in 1960 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $449.29 today, an increase of $403.29 over 62 years.

**What is a 1986 dollar worth today?**

Value of $1 from 1986 to 2022 $1 in 1986 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $2.67 today, an increase of $1.67 over 36 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 2.76% per year between 1986 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 166.69%.

### How much was $3 in the 80s?

Value of $3 from 1980 to 2022

Cumulative price change | 259.60% |
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Average inflation rate | 3.09% |

Converted amount ($3 base) | $10.79 |

Price difference ($3 base) | $7.79 |

CPI in 1980 | 82.400 |

**What is a 2000 dollar worth today?**

A dollar today only buys 58.116% of what it could buy back then….The U.S. dollar has lost 42% its value since 2000.

Cumulative price change | 72.07% |
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Converted amount ($100 base) | $172.07 |

Price difference ($100 base) | $72.07 |

CPI in 2000 | 172.200 |

CPI in 2022 | 296.311 |

## What could a dollar buy you in 1960?

$1 in 1960 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $10.01 today, an increase of $9.01 over 62 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 3.79% per year between 1960 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 901.05%.

**How much was $1000000 worth in 1986?**

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Cumulative price change | 166.69% |
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Average inflation rate | 2.76% |

Converted amount ($1,000,000 base) | $2,666,934.31 |

Price difference ($1,000,000 base) | $1,666,934.31 |

CPI in 1986 | 109.600 |

### How much did a gallon of milk cost in 1986?

1986: $1.08 Dairy farmers saw the cost of milk drop another cent to $1.08 per gallon in 1986.

**How much was 50 cents worth in the Great Depression?**

$0.50 in 1930 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $8.87 today, an increase of $8.37 over 92 years.

## What was a million dollars worth in 1850?

Value of $1,000,000 from 1850 to 2022

Cumulative price change | 3,698.86% |
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Average inflation rate | 2.14% |

Converted amount ($1,000,000 base) | $37,988,589.74 |

Price difference ($1,000,000 base) | $36,988,589.74 |

CPI in 1850 | 7.800 |

**How much gold is in a gold dollar?**

The Golden Dollar is: 8.1 grams in weight, 2 mm thick, and 26.5 mm in diameter.

### How much was a gallon of milk 1960?

1960: $1 per gallon.

**How much did a Hershey bar cost in 1970?**

As the cost of raw materials, energy and labor rose during the 1970s, the price per ounce of the Hershey bar increased from 6.7 cents in 1969 to 20.7 cents today.

## How much did a house cost in 1965?

The cost of living has also increased – a lot. Compared to 1965, the average cost of a home in the United States is now $340,100 higher; a new abode cost just $21,500 in 1965!

**How much was a dollar worth in 1800?**

Buying power of $1 in 1800

Year | Dollar Value | Inflation Rate |
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1800 | $1.00 | 2.44% |

1801 | $1.01 | 0.79% |

1802 | $0.85 | -15.75% |

1803 | $0.90 | 5.61% |

### How much was a dollar worth during the Great Depression?

Value of $1 from 1930 to 2022 $1 in 1930 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $17.74 today, an increase of $16.74 over 92 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 3.18% per year between 1930 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 1,674.32%.

**How much did a new car cost in 1972?**

The average 1972 new car listed for around $3500, roughly $1500 more than the cars on our cheapest list, but not even half the cost of the five rides we’re looking at here. Note: Our information again comes courtesy of Consumer Guide® Auto Test ’72.

## How much did a TV cost in 1972?

Buying power of $1,000.00 since 1950

Year | USD Value | Inflation Rate |
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1972 | $623.12 | -0.59% |

1973 | $613.89 | -1.48% |

1974 | $619.57 | 0.92% |

1975 | $636.30 | 2.70% |

**How much was $2 worth during the Great Depression?**

$2 in 1930 is equivalent in purchasing power to about $35.01 today, an increase of $33.01 over 92 years. The dollar had an average inflation rate of 3.16% per year between 1930 and today, producing a cumulative price increase of 1,650.28%.