Utah certainly has a sweet tooth for Halloween.
The Beehive state was recently ranked among the top five states for trick-or-treating in a new analysis from iBotta, a food deals and promotions website.
Oregon and Washington ranked as the top two states for the most candy purchased. Utah, California and New Jersey rounded out the top five.
On the other end, Ohio, Michigan and Georgia ranked among states where the least amount of candy is purchased, according to the report.
The analysis revealed some other Halloween spending habits of American shoppers, including that Oct. 27 is the best day to buy candy, while Oct. 30 is the worst day.
Read the report’s full analysis in the info graphic here.
The National Retail Federation estimated that Americans will spend close to $9.1 billion on Halloween this year, which is up from the $8.4 billion spent in 2016, according to the Deseret News.
What Americans spend their money on for Halloween varies. About $3.4 billion will be spent on costumes, while $2.7 billion will go toward candy and decorations, according to the NRF. About $400 million will be spent on greeting cards.
The report said 47 percent of Americans will buy their products from discount stores, while 37.5 percent will shop at a Halloween store.