The Central Washington State Fair is home to all of your favorite fair food. It's easy to walk around and snack all day but that can add up really quickly and, before you know it, you're heading back to the ATM. There is one booth that consistently has amazing prices for drinks, ice cream, shakes, root beer floats and even amazing breakfast sandwiches if you're there early enough.

The Dairy Bar Selah Heights Grange has some of the best prices for items at the Central Washington State Fair.

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These prices tell all and, for a fair that doesn't allow outside food, it's a bargain.

$2 for a kiddie cone of vanilla, chocolate or swirl soft serve. Amazing.
Or splurge and get the $3 large cone.

I grabbed a root bee float for only $3.50 and came in a large cup. it was large enough to share with my kid, too.

They also do milkshakes, sundaes and breakfast sandwiches which I hear are amazing but I haven't had a chance to try them. I usually swing by at least once during fair season to grab an treat of some kind.

You could even combine items! Grab a kiddie cone and an elephant ear and put ice cream on the elephant ear. That might be fun. Or grab a milkshake and those dragon breath thing and see what happens when you pop those in. Who knows, maybe something fun for science.

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