Ranked: The Cheapest States To Live In America

7. Oklahoma

People have been coming down to Oklahoma before it became a state. Oklahoma was nicknamed the Sooner State in 1889, during the Land Rush. At that point in time, President Benjamin Harrison opened the unassigned lands to settlers, and each person wanted to get there sooner than the next person. But today, although it is still a fair bargain, you will have to pay for your Oklahoma home. Ponca City houses lowest apartment rents in the state, and you can get a two-bedroom unit there at the rate of $500.

2019 Cost of Living Score: 49/50

Most Expensive Area: Enid

Average Home Price: $317,039

Half Gallon of Milk: $2.03

Ribeye Steak: $10.42

Monthly Energy Bill: $163.78

Doctor Visit: $125.00