That's the current cost of a one-week rental of a portable toilet from Honey Bucket—a 364 percent increase from the typical $140 price tag.
Why the spike? You guessed it: eclipse fever.
Five Salem-area porta-john companies contacted by WW say they're out of stock as profiteers turn fields into eclipse-viewing grounds; only Honey Bucket has anything left, and that's because the company shipped in porta potties from its locations in Utah, California and Washington to meet demand.
Meanwhile, a hotel room in Lincoln City this weekend starts at $999, and the cheapest one-day car rental in Portland is $1,300. (It's typically $11.) Good luck out there.