Infographic: How Much are Americans Spending on Halloween Candy?

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Get the most treats for your tricks.

Halloween is creeping closer and closer every day, and that means it’s time to stock up on candy for trick-or-treaters. We recently took a look at how Americans spend their money preparing for All Hallows’ Eve.

Out of all fifty states, Oregon and Washington rank as the best states for trick-or-treating, based on average candy purchases per person. In contrast, Ohio was ranked the worst. We also learned that the cheapest day to purchase Halloween candy is on October 27th, while October 30th is the most expensive day to buy candy on average. Procrastinators beware!

Take a look at more spooktacular findings below:

Sweet Statistics Halloween Candy Facts

How much money do you plan on spending on Halloween candy this year? Let us know in the comments below!

7 Responses

  1. Mike

    We are going to Disney for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween celebration, we will be trick-or-treating and will pay about 140.00 for the 2 of us…we plan to get our money’s worth.

  2. Michele

    I just spent $20 after coupons on candy today. Sadly there were no rebates available for them in Ibotta. I know there were some earlier but I must have missed them.

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