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    We buy a carton of beer a week so either $40-$70 depending on what we feel like. Sometimes we will add a bottle of spirits too so depending on what it is generally $50 a month?

    I love grey goose vodka and expensive tequila so try and get from duty free.

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    None. We have been a alcohol free house for 23 years.

    If you want to drink at my house it's byo
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    Now - about 0 as both dh and I are abstaining from alcohol in lent.

    Otherwise avg 10-30$ a week. Hubby has a 6-pack a week. I have 1-2 glasses of port or wine every couple of nights.

    Pre kids- $100-300 a week depending how much we were out socialising.

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    I probably buy a bottle of wine a year. I got some ciders last year and they're still sitting in the cupboard.

    I used to be a huge drinker before settling down. *sigh* Those were the days lol.

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    We probably buy one six pack of craft beer a week. So $20. If we go out for dinner I'll have a glass of wine. Not huge drinkers these days and we are parents. Pre-kids easy $100-200 a week lol (both of us)

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    Average probably about $10 a month

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    Older kids here and probably about $50 a month. I don't drink at home, unless I have guests, but buy wine to take to friends etc..I probably average 2-5 drinks per week

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    I drink once or twice a week. Usually share a couple of bottles (wine/bubbly) with DH on a Friday or Saturday night and occasionally one weeknight if I feel like it. I always have at least 4 days between drinks, so say Friday night $30ish between us and maybe a shared bottle of wine midweek. So I guess 40-50, being generous; sometimes I'll feel like a can of Bourbon which is dearer (once a month or so, it's generally wine).

    And worth every penny, I might add 😉
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    I never drink at home unless we are having a bbq or chrissy at home so maybe $100 a year.
    I really need to get myself to the winery's so I can actually find a wine I like, I wouldn't mind a wine with dinner some nights.

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    Gosh... we go a few weeks without having a drink then some weeks we have a few beers 2 or 3 nights a week so hard to say how much we spend, we only buy as we need.


 
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