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Facts and figures for Halloween 2022

Halloween Autumn-Kid In Orange Costume Biting Pumpkin G4B6B2Dbcb_640It’s Halloween, time to get the treats ready, and maybe a costume for you and the kids, too.

I got a kick out of reading an article from my blog coach, J. Money at Budgets Are Sexy, on some good – and frugal costumes. Among them are static cling, wear normal clothes and safety pin socks and lint to it and Christmas tree, wear all green, wrap yourself in Christmas lights, and then plug yourself into the wall.

This year, 69 percent of Americans plan to celebrate Halloween this year, with the average person expected to spend $100 on the spooky holiday. Forty-seven percent plan to dress in costumes, with total spending for Halloween costumes estimated to be $3.6 billion.

Below is information from WalletHub on more facts and figures for Halloween 2022:

2022 Halloween By The Numbers V4


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