How much do you love Hot Cheetos? Do you them enough to buy them for $35? At the rate we're going, that's exactly how much you are going to have to pay for them!

In case you missed it, or you haven't noticed when you're at the store, but we're in the midst of a Hot Cheetos shortage! It's not the end of the world, sure, but it is weird. When the pandemic started it was toilet paper, then hair dye then ketchup and now it's Hot Cheetos. It's a weird pattern!

It's not Fritos, it's not Doritos, not even Hot Cheeto Puffs, it's specifically Hot Cheetos- it's odd.

Joanna Barba
Joanna Barba
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If you're like me and have a slight dependency of Hot Cheetos, then you've probably already looked at alternatives to get your fix- one of them being Facebook Marketplace.

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Much like the great ketchup shortage of 2021, there is now a black market for bags of the crunchy goodness- and they will cost you over $30!

The cheapest bag will set you back $10- and that's the party size!

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And it only goes up from there!

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Facebook Marketplace
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And if you're looking for the different variations of Hot Cheetos, like the XXTRA Hot Cheetos, well the price goes up- especially if you're looking for a bundle!

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Facebook Marketplace
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The Limon version starts at $16,

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Facebook Marketplace
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And if you're looking for the ever elusive Baked Hot Cheetos, well those will cost you $30.

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Facebook Marketplace
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If you're not down for paying these ridiculous price, you just have to be patient, they're not out of Hot Cheetos, but there is a supply chain crisis so it'll just take a while longer to see the shelves replenished. I hope it's soon because I am itching to make some of these Sprinkles Cupcakes!

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