What could be bought on Soviet money

• What could be bought on Soviet money

Let us remember what and how much can be bought on the Soviet rubles ...

What could be bought on Soviet money

Let's start with a single ruble.

What could be bought on Soviet money

20 trips on the bus or subway

25 trips in the bus

33, 3333 ... a trip on the tram

- a complete meal in the dining room;

- a trip to the 100 km hitchhiking (penny - kilometer);

- 33 glasses of lemonade and syrup;

- 50 calls from the pay phone;

- 100 boxes of matches;

- 5 cups "Sundae" or 10 - dairy ice cream;

- 20 trips in the bus or the subway;

- 4 loaves of white bread (at 900-1000 grams, and not as it is now);

- 5 liters of loose milk;

- 20 trips to the cinema to the matinee;

- 2 bottles of good beer (also renting);

- 8 packs of cigarettes bad (Pamir);

- by the end of the summer it was possible to buy on the market 6 kg or 3 kg of watermelons melons;

- 5 campaigns in male barber or bath;

- the cost of daily beds "savage" in the holiday season in the south.

Three rubles:

What could be bought on Soviet money

- a dinner for 5-6 people in a factory or a school canteen;

- lunch in a restaurant on one;

- good book;

- a doll or other toy of domestic production; - normal bottle of wine (such as "Crimea");

- cultural campaign in the output with the whole family, including a snack;

- a pack of imported cigarettes; (Just remember about the real Marlboro)

- the amount of the child's pocket in which he is terribly jealous of the other children.

Five rubles:

What could be bought on Soviet money

- kilogram clippings on the market or 2 pounds of meat in a shop;

- a bottle of vodka:

1983 - 3rub 62kop

1985 - 5rub 10kop

- almost monthly rent for a family;

- taxi ride "in style";

- a kilo of very good chocolates.

Ten rubles:

What could be bought on Soviet money

- the amount you pay to occupy, it - which is not ashamed to remind the occupant;

- the universal currency for various household services;

- a huge stick expensive cooperative sausages;

- expensive technical or desktop toys such as cars or billiards;

-sportinventar type of skis or a set of ping-pong, inexpensive guitar or balalaika :)

almost all of the kolkhoz pension (12 rubles).

Twenty-five rubles

What could be bought on Soviet money

- a plane ticket for local airlines;

Airplane:

Leningrad - Moscow: 18rub

Leningrad - Novgorod: 7rub

Leningrad - Pskov 11rub

Leningrad - Mineral water: 28rub Leningrad - Simferopol: 35rub

A train:

Leningrad - Moscow:

coupe 12rub

reserved seat 10rub

sedentary 8rub

Leningrad - Tallinn 5rub

Leningrad - Riga 8rub

Student ticket: divide in half

Linen: 1 rub

- razzle-dazzle "in full" in the restaurant;

- service road confused;

Fifty rubles:

What could be bought on Soviet money

- Children's bicycles;

- small pension;

- Scholarship-horoshist student;

- permit trade union in the Elbrus region for 2 weeks - 30 rubles;

Why are there - already live can be a month ... but not rich.

What could be bought on Soviet money What could be bought on Soviet money

- a plane ticket to the south (there and back);

- monthly salary poor graduate engineer (more precisely, salary 120 rubles);

- a good pension.

- an inexpensive trip to the sanatorium or dispensary with all costs;

Stay (trade union) in Terskol (Elbrus) for 2 weeks - 30rub 60kop.

The total price of 102 rubles.