Halloween 2018 with all the numbers.

Some big numbers for one of the biggest Halloween ever. 2018 surely will be marked by this event and here is some big numbers that attest and say loudly, Halloween 2018 was the best !
Some big numbers for one of the biggest Halloween ever. 2018 surely will be marked by this event and here is some big numbers that attest and say loudly, Halloween 2018 was the best !
The amazing Halloween 2018
$9 billion: Total Halloween shopper spending expected for 2018, as per the National Retail Federation. 

175 million: Americans intending to observe Halloween this year

41.1 million: Potential trap or-treaters matured 5-14, as indicated by the US Census Bureau. 

$86.79: Average sum Americans will spend on Halloween merriments

69,340: Acres of pumpkins collected in the United States in 2017

52: Years since the debut of the exemplary TV unique, "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!" 

3.8 million: Children who intend to dress as their most loved princesses this year. 2.2 million will wear Batman's cowl, and another 1.9 million will go as characters from the "Star Wars" establishment. 

20: Percent of celebrators who intend to dress their pets in ensembles, up 4% from 2017. Twenty to thirty year olds (25-34) are the destined to spruce up their pets. For unnerving felines and pooches, the outfit to beat is a pumpkin. 

10.7: Percent of grown-ups who intend to be a witch this Halloween. 

752.2 million: Box office income of blood and guts films in 2018

77.5 million: Opening numbers for Universal's "Halloween," the eleventh film in the loathsomeness establishment. The presentation denotes the greatest opening ever for the 45-year-old arrangement. 

$6.9 million: Amount spent on pumpkin zest items since August 25, as indicated by Nielsen. 

More than 1,200: Recognized types of bats, as indicated by Britannica.com. 

42.7: Percentage of those reviewed by the National Confectioners Association who said they eat the tight white piece of a bit of treats corn first.

Sources: CNN National Retail Foundation, U.S. Census Bureau, IMDB, Nielsen, and CandyUSA.

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