When you're a billionaire, grocery prices are a thing of the past, especially for a man like Bill Gates (now the second richest man in the world), since it's essentially spending pocket change.

During his visit on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday, host Ellen DeGeneres gave Bill Gates The Price Is Right treatment, by having him guess the prices of grocery store items with a game dubbed "Bill’s Grocery Bills." Admittedly, it's been "a long time" since Bill Gates last shopped at a supermarket.

As expected, Gates overestimated and underestimated some prices by a large gap, as he thought a bag of Totino's Pizza Rolls cost $22 USD when they really cost $8.98, while he also thought a container of Tide pods cost $4 USD, when it's actually worth $19.97.

Enjoy the hilarious segment above and see which items Gates guessed correctly, then after, check out these 14 books that Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg thinks everyone should read.

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