How Much Does a Laundromat Cost?

Those who do not have the resources to wash and dry their clothes at home will often have to turn to a local coin-operated laundromat.   Most of these machines will be able to take quarters, but there are now machines that are capable of taking debit or credit cards as well.

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How much does a coin-operated laundromat cost per load?

Geographical LocationWashing Load PriceDryer Price
Detroit, MI- $4 for 20-pound
- $5 for 30-pound
- $7 for 40-pound
- $12 for 80-pound
- $1 per 16 minutes
Minneapolis, MN- $3 for 20-pound
- $5 for 40-pound
- $7 for 80-pound
- $1.75 for 35 minutes (30-pound stack)
- $3 for 35 minutes (30-pound stack)
- $4.50 for 35 minutes (76-pound stack)
Orlando, FL- $3 for 20-pound
- $4.50 for 60-pound
- $1.50 for 35 minutes
Phoenix, AZ- $3 for 20-pound
- $4 for 40-pound
- $6 for 80-pound
- $1.50 for 35 minutes
San Diego, CA- $3 for 20-pound- $0.50 per 15 minutes

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