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Party City's 13 Halloween Facts for 2013

The Hub Network And The Halloween Pros At Party City Reveal 13 Holiday Trends For 2013

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14, 2013 -- Each year, North America's largest Halloween retailer, Party City, analyzes pop culture, the latest fashion crazes and Hollywood blockbusters to determine the year's biggest costume trends. Together with "Hub Network's First Annual Halloween Bash," which will be broadcast Saturday, Oct. 26, 8–10 p.m. on the Hub Network, they are bringing you the top 13 costume and holiday-related facts for a spooktacular Halloween in 2013.

Read on... if you dare:

  1. According to Party City, princesses and flutter fairies are among the top most popular costumes for the 2013 season. Coordinating accessories at Party City and www.partycity.com allows consumers to create a personalized, one-of-a-kind costume look.
  2. Halloween spending in the United States this year is estimated to reach $8 billion, up significantly from 2011's $6.86 billion.*
  3. Consumers are projected to spend $79.82 per person on Halloween, with an average of $28.65 on costumes. An estimated $1.04 billion will be spent on children's costumes, and $1.22 billion on adult costumes.*
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