St. Patrick's Day

st. patrick's day parade in new york city

St. Patrick's Day

NRF has been conducting its annual St. Patrick’s Day survey since 2007 to see how consumers will spend for and celebrate during the popular cultural holiday.

A table set of food and drinks for st. patrick's day celebration
 
St. Patrick’s day spending to hit record $5.9 billion

Over 149 million U.S. adults are expected to spend an average of $39.65 per person, up from last year’s $37.92. The holiday is most popular among individuals 18-24 years old.

 

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