Halloween is right around the corner, and with it comes fake blood and candy corn. But the biggest Halloween treat may be cash—$6.9 Billion, to be exact. The holiday is on track to be the second largest holiday of the year.

There are plenty of ghoulish haunted houses and attraction across the country, raking in around $300-500 million each year. But some cities, such as New York City, Los Angeles, New Orleans and Salem, Mass., mix scares with rich history. For the more budget conscious horror fans, on average a Halloween enthusiast in Boulder, Colo. will spend close to 100 times less on tickets ($4.31) than a partygoer in Palm Springs, Calif. ($331). Talk about a real scare!

To learn more about the tricks and treats of All Hallow’s Eve, read on in the infographic below. Don’t forget to like and share with your friends using the social buttons. You may be in for the fright of your life!



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