Easter tablescape
Eighty percent of consumers celebrated Easter this year
  • Consumers spent an average of $169.79 on Easter gifts and celebrations
  • Total spending was expected to reach $20.8 billion
  • Food, gifts and clothing were the biggest drivers of growth this year

Read more about how consumers celebrated the holiday in NRF’s Easter press release and dive deeper into the data below.

3 ways parents made Easter special this year

Households with children were expected to spend an average of $250 on the holiday. From Easter egg hunts and gatherings with loved ones to new spring outfits for the entire family, nearly nine in 10 consumers with children planned to celebrate the holiday this year.

Easter plans for 2022

How U.S. adult consumers planned to celebrate the holiday this year.

Down the rabbit hole
See historical data on how consumers celebrate the popular spring holiday.
a family is shown with friends painting easter eggs

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