Everything from Oreos to almonds generally cost more with the fall flavor, the price comparison site found.
Of course, Starbucks drinkers may be all too familiar with the upcharge for a pumpkin spice latte (affectionately dubbed PSL) when it is released each fall. The coffee chain charges as much as a dollar more for pumpkin spice, or nearly 25 percent, MagnifyMoney said.
On the flipside, Dunkin’ Donuts, which not only offers pumpkin-flavored coffees, but also donuts, muffins and pumpkin cream cheese for its bagels, does not charge a premium for the fall favorites.
Overall, Trader Joe’s pumpkin waffle mix had the highest percentage markup, according to MagnifyMoney: It costs 133 percent more on a price-per-ounce basis than the plain old pancake mix. (Click on graphic below to enlarge.)