Colorado is certainly one of the most beautiful states in America to live in, and all that beauty can come at a price. Amazingly, there is one city in the state that's actually one of the cheapest places in the US to live.

While we wish Grand Junction was on the list, according to Coupons Daily, Pueblo is the Colorado city chosen as the least expensive to live in. Pueblo also ranked fourth in the list of 10 cheapest cities in the US to live in.

The study used six expense categories including groceries, housing, utilities, transportation, health care and other miscellaneous expenses to rank how affordable a city was to live in.

For Pueblo, affordable housing and lower utility costs were key to making the city the ideal place in Colorado to live less expensively.

Here are Coupon Daily's '10 Cheapest Cities to Call Home.'

  1. Harlington, Texas
  2. Pryor Creek, Okla.
  3. McAllen, Texas
  4. Pueblo, Colo.
  5. Cookeville, Tenn.
  6. Springfield, Ill.
  7. Muskogee, Okla.
  8. Fort Smith, Ark.
  9. Wichita Falls, Texas
  10. Johnson City, Tenn.

[Coupons Daily]