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What is a good price for shrimp?

Asked: Nick Powell, Last Updated:

On average, fresh shrimp can vary anywhere from $6 to as much as $25 per pound.

Type of ShrimpAverage Cost (per pound)
Fresh cooked or uncooked$15 to $25 (with heads removed)
Frozen extra small with tail off$5 to $7
Frozen jumbo, with the shelled peeled$11 to $15
Headless with shell on Tiger shrimp$15 to $21

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