Special Report

New Year's Eve by the Numbers

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11. 12° F

The National Weather Service forecasts a high of 24° F and a low of 12° F in New York City this New Year’s Eve.

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12. $249

Attendees of the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square will have to spend $249 for a party pass.

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13. $750

Partygoers can also choose to bring in the new year with President Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago New Year’s Eve celebration – $600 a ticket for members and $750 for guests.

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14. $75

The average attendee of a New Year’s Eve event spends $75 on a ticket.

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15. 11%

An estimated 11% of Americans spend over $200 on New Year’s Eve.

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