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The Real Deal: What items are dropping in price

Gas prices are trickling down at the pump, definitely cheaper than 2022.

News 12 Staff

Mar 8, 2023, 1:09 PM

Updated 498 days ago


We are all feeling the pinch when the grocery, gas and home heating bills come in. Is anything actually dropping in price?
News 12's consumer reporter Janice Lieberman says yes!
"Seems like we have some relief in the poultry market. Chickens coming down almost 30%. Berries are coming down close to 40%," says Nevin Philips, of Stew Leonard’s.
We feel it most at the grocery store, where eggs can run you $8 a dozen, and most of our other staples are high as well. But there may be some signs of relief:
Televisions are even cheaper now, especially on the high end ones.
"End of season. End of year. So we got some 2022 closeouts that are unbelievable deals that are going to be significantly lower than the new models. And new models are going to bring some great technology and some improvements. But the prices right now are exceptional," says Craig Ruppert, of PC Richard.
Gas prices are trickling down at the pump, definitely cheaper than 2022. Used cars, which have been in demand, are starting to regulate, and now most of the airlines aren't charging extra fees to sit you with your children on the plane.
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