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Best Cities To Celebrate Easter – How Does Your City Rate? (and Infographic)

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With Easter Sunday around the corner and roughly 80 percent of all Americans expected to observe the holiday in some way, the personal-finance website WalletHub took a close look at 2017’s Best Places to Celebrate Easter to go along with its Easter Facts & Stats infographic.

To find out which cities promise the most egg-citing time on April 16, WalletHub’s number crunchers compared the 100 largest cities across 11 key metrics, ranging from Easter egg-hunt events per capita to Easter weather forecast.

Best Cities for Easter
1 St. Louis, MO 11 St. Paul, MN
2 Birmingham, AL 12 Memphis, TN
3 Pittsburgh, PA 13 Tulsa, OK
4 Cincinnati, OH 14 Las Vegas, NV
5 Orlando, FL 15 Irvine, CA
6 Atlanta, GA 16 Tampa, FL
7 Buffalo, NY 17 Louisville, KY
8 Honolulu, HI 18 Denver, CO
9 Cleveland, OH 19 Baton Rouge, LA
10 Minneapolis, MN 20 Durham, NC

Easter Facts & Stats

  • 1st – Easter’s rank among the most popular Church days of the year (51.9 percent of adults plan to attend)
  • $152 – Average Easter spending by each person celebrating
  • 52.4 Percent – Share of Americans who say the Easter bunny came before the Easter egg
  • 88.7 Percent – Share of Americans who believe the proper way to eat a chocolate Easter bunny is ears first
  • 81 Percent – Share of parents who steal Easter candy from their kids’ baskets

Source: WalletHub

WalletHub News Release posted on SouthFloridaReporter.com, April 14, 2017

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