I don’t how valuable this info is since no one’s moving to a new state just to save a couple of bucks on pizza.  But I guess it means other stuff is cheaper too . . .

Someone came up with a “Pizza Index” that ranks all 50 states according to how expensive the average pizza is.  (They did it by comparing prices on a website called MenuWithPrice.com.)

The most expensive is Alaska, where the average cheese pizza costs $9.21.  And the cheapest pizza is in North Dakota, where the average is $6.64.

The five cheapest pizza states are:  North Dakota, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Oregon, and Utah.

The five most expensive are:  Alaska, Montana, Oklahoma, Vermont, and Pennsylvania.

They also looked at cities:  Eau Claire, Wisconsin has the most expensive pizza on average.  Wilmington, North Carolina has the cheapest.