And I don't know what you pay, but locally it is $18 a cubic yard + sales tax, since the one main location, that was $10 a yard closed due to covid. I still bag a very few, but got creative with legal free disposal. Anything from composting, to a can here, a can there. The lack of drenching rain this Spring helped too.I see lots of trucks/dumps and trailers full of clippings when I'm out.
Any time I go to the dump to drop off debris from hedge/shrub work I see multiple trucks lined up waiting to dump grass clippings.
I also see a lot of guys who work in the poor sections who bag the grass.
I guess that comes from working for people who can only afford once or twice a month and having them want it scalped to the ground "so it lasts longer".
Way too much work for me. You have to have a pretty good sized truck or trailer to bag all your lawns - then make multiple trips to the dump - time and money spent.
I'll just stick to what works for me - mulching.
As of now I might have a couple that might need bagging sometimes, the rest of the year.