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Cost of living in Malta

Cost of living in Malta

The cost of living is comparably average. Approximately 2/3 of the products consumed have to be imported from abroad. Unfortunately, the small market allows many monopolies to emerge.

With those rules you can save money:

1. Buy food in the big supermarket chains, like Scotts and Towers.

2. Buy fruits and vegetables at the small vendors on the street or in farms around the island.

3. Buy certain products in shops which only offer one kind of product. For example you could buy frozen food at Miracle Foods (frozen food reseller) - there the food is sometimes up to 50% cheaper.

4. Buy certain products (like animal food) in huge quantities and ask for a discount. It is common to give a discount in such cases.

5. Buy smaller electrical products abroad - some companies like eBay (UK) or Amazon will send it without problems to Malta. After you add the postage costs to the product it will still be cheaper than purchasing it in Malta.

6. One can easily save money in Malta, if you follow the inhabitants of the island to go shopping. Obviously, if you buy your food by vendors in tourist areas you will certainly pay a higher price.

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