Financial Review: Americans spent almost $US40 billion on drunk shopping last year

Financial Review: Americans spent almost $US40 billion on drunk shopping last year

Originally published: Financial Review, 22 March 2019

Here’s a number: In 2018, Americans spent $US39.4 billion while drunk. As in billion with a B.

Finder.com and Pureprofile found this information by surveying 2100 adults last month. And Americans – or at least the ones polled – tend to shop after consuming alcohol, apparently. Here’s how it shakes out.

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