You were surprised to learn that you could buy in the Soviet Union only 1 ruble. Who would be so!

In the Soviet Union, though there was a deficit, but the goods were quite affordable. 1 ruble man himself could afford to go to a movie, have dinner and get home. Editorial prepared for you a list of things that could be bought in the Soviet era to 100 cents. If you failed to catch this time - read it and wonder if you were born and lived in the Soviet Union - you have a chance to remember the old days.

1. In the Soviet Union on 1 ruble could be bought 4 lottery tickets.

2. 1 box of matches was 1 penny, that is, they could buy 100 pieces.

3. 50 exercise books.

4. Make 50 calls to a payphone. One call was 2 pennies. Call time is not limited.




5. public transportation was worth a penny. Tram - 3 kopecks (33 trips), trolley - 4 kopecks (25 trips), bus - 5 cents (20 trips).




6. of the 10 glasses of tomato juice. Glass - 10 kopecks.

7. One of iron, galvanized bucket. It cost 90 cents. More and tomato juice can be enjoyed on the surrender.




8. 2 chocolate medals for 50 cents a piece.

9. 2 packs of dumplings "Russian" for 50 cents a pack.

10. 100 glasses of soda without the syrup one by one penny, or 33 cups of soda pop.




11. chebureks 6 to 16 cents per share.

12. 3 jars of seaweed for 33 kopecks.

13. 10 meat pies for 10 cents apiece.

14. to pay a fine in the bus or tram for ticketless travel. The penalty was assessed at 1 ruble.




15. 25 pies with cabbage, potatoes, rice and eggs and marmalade (4 cents per share).

16. 20 trips on the Moscow metro. The price of one - 5 kopecks.



17. Buy 2 liters of birch sap. One glass of juice cost 10 cents.



18. A man could go 5 times to the barber.

19. 14 packs of coarse salt at the price of 7 cents per 1 kilogram or 9 packs of fine salt "Extra" for 11 cents.

20. 25 balloons of 4 cents per share.

21. 16 packages askorbinki the pharmacy to 6 cents.

22. 5 is sealed for 20 cents.



23. One bottle of sunflower oil at the price of 99 cents.

24. 33 little circles kvass on tap for 3 pennies per cup.



25. 100 newspaper "Pioneer truth».

26. 3 small jars of mayonnaise.

27. Three liters of milk cost 28 cents per liter.

28. 5 loaves of white bread.

29. 10 kg potatoes 10-20 bunches of fresh herbs from the market (depending on the season).



30. 20-liter canister of gasoline AI-72 for 90 cents.



31. 4 or 5 coils of thread, depending on the thickness.

32. 4 adult tickets to the movies, or 10 children.

33. One large jar of sprats for 72 kopecks.

34. 5 loaves of bread, or the capital of Orel.

35. 7 buns with poppy under the glaze.

36. 10 milkshakes.

37. 6 packs of cigarettes "Baltic" for 16 cents.



38. 11 biscuits to 9 cents.

39. 10 sochnikov with cheese for 10 cents.

40. 10 briquettes dairy ice cream for 10 cents.

41. 2 bottles of 0, 33 liters of "Pepsi-Cola" on 45 cents.

42. 1 pack license "Marlborough" (1 ruble).

43. 2 packs of gum Soviet 50 cents.

44. 1 Pioneer tie - 75 kopecks.



45. 1 chocolate bar "Alenka" for 80 cents.

46. 25 stamped envelopes or 100 envelopes without stamps.

47. 8 pieces of children's soap for 12 kopecks.

48. 13 cups Popsicle (1 cup - 7 cents).

49. 5 beers of the casting machine.

50. 20 bagels to tea.

Prices pleasant surprise, is not it? And while the dollar was worth 68 cents, it is not what today's exchange rate. It was a good time for 1 ruble could roam. Those who lived in the Soviet Union, is often remembered with a smile on his face these ridiculous prices. Back in the USSR I do not want, but still there was something good in a while. Share with your friends this article - and let proymet kind of nostalgia!

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