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The most expensive cities to go on a date

Only New York makes the cut for American cities
January 27, 2018 09:00AM

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Last year, Deutsche Bank conducted a survey to rank cities according to the costliness of their dating scenes. Taking an average cost of a meal for two at a pub, movie tickets, drinks and cab fare, the bank ranked cities from least expensive to most expensive.

Here’s a look at how pricey dating is worldwide — starting with the most affordable cities:

Manila

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Jakarta

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New Delhi

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Istanbul

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Johannesburg

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Moscow

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Rio de Janeiro

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Shanghai

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Sao Paulo

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Madrid

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Berlin

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Milan

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Hong Kong

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Paris

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Sydney

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London

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Brussels

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New York City

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Amsterdam

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Tokyo

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Oslo

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Zurich

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[Bloomberg] — Erin Hudson