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Now for the more haunting results: Georgia wound up second from the skinflinty bottom of the entire 50-state heap. The $11.76 per person spent here bested only Ohio’s $11.22 per person.
“Children in those states might need to double up on houses or squeeze in one more neighborhood block to score a candy haul this Halloween,” Ibotta advised about the bottom five, which also included (in order from worst to “best”) Michigan, Alabama and Colorado.
Of course, there’s always the possibility that folks in those states are just better at stretching a candy-buying dollar.
You keep telling yourself that. Meanwhile, the rest of us will be over here booking our Halloween flights to Oregon.