As the title suggests....how much per week does your household spend on an average on alcohol?
I just went through our bank statements and we are averaging $50 per week on alcohol (from the bottle shop, so this is not alcohol purchased when out).
I am shocked to be honest, that is over 2.5k per year!
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20-03-2016 14:56 #1
How much per week do you spend on alcohol?
20-03-2016 15:00 #2
My partner will buy a carton maybe once every 6 months. That's about it.
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20-03-2016 15:01 #3
We have gone dry for a while due to health reasons but before probably around $50 a week.
20-03-2016 15:01 #4Senior Member
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I buy a bottle of $10-15 wine maybe once a monthish.
20-03-2016 15:02 #5
Maybe one bottle of something once a year.
20-03-2016 15:06 #6
Maybe $35 a month for home. I don't go out often so will buy a bottle for home. That one bottle can last for months though pending on how life is with work etc.
20-03-2016 15:12 #7
Try a month and sometimes it would still be nothing
20-03-2016 15:18 #8
Too much, lol! I probably drink at least a bottle of wine a week and DH would drink at least a carton a f/n. Unfortunately DH has expensive taste lol.
20-03-2016 15:18 #9Senior Member
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No idea. None for me atm. DH makes home brew (beer) so when he buys grain/hops/yeast I think its about $50 a month or so.
When we do buy beer from the store its all craft beer so spend from $50-$100 but that is about once every 6 months or so.
20-03-2016 15:18 #10
We don't drink a lot, but DH enjoys a good whiskey Which is usually around $100 a bottle. Lasts roughly a month.
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