10 Things That Are Really Expensive Right Now Used cars and frozen turkeys aren't as cheap as they used to be... By Ashley Allen, Newser User Posted Nov 22, 2010 8:53 AM CST Promoted on Newser Nov 22, 2010 7:13 PM CST 3 comments Comments On display are turkeys for sale at Costco Wholesale in Mountain View, Calif., Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010 in preparation for Thanksgiving. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma) (User Submitted) – With the economy still suffering, demand for goods has been generally low. This, paired with low availability in many cases, has forced the prices of a number of goods to inch toward new highs. 24/7 Wall Street lists 10 products that are at or near their all-time greatest costs: Turkey: Just in time for Thanksgiving, wholesale, frozen turkey is selling at its highest prices ever—$1.09 per pound—due in part to high feed prices. 24/7 notes that grocers will like take the hit, rather than passing the higher costs to consumers. Cotton: Cotton futures are sell at an all-time high of $1.58 per pound last week, due primarily to an extreme shortage of cotton production in China. Used cars: A number of factors, including low demand and last year's "Cash for Clunkers" program, have forced the average price of used cars up to $15,870, the highest it's ever been. Click here for the full list.