Let's hope cheapskates in Ohio aren't keeping kids' spirits down too much this Halloween.
A new analysis by Denver-based tech company Ibotta says people in the Buckeye State spend the least amount of money on Halloween candy nationwide. Shame on us.
The analysis looked at 150,000 receipts for candy bought the week before Halloween in 2015 and 2016, revealing Oregonians as the most generous at Halloween, buying an average of $40.29 per person. Ohioans, in comparison, spend a measly $11.22 per person on average.
Ibotta also reviewed price fluctuations and determined that four days before Halloween -- Oct. 27 -- is the cheapest day to buy candy at an average cost of $1.94 per unit.
Procrastinators, take heed: Oct. 30 is the worst day to buy, when average prices rise to $2.75 per unit.
Review the full findings at the website here.