Brits spend an average of £70.69 on a night out but are savvy about how they use their money, the latest Deltic Night Index suggests.
The survey of more than 2,300 people showed that 58.5% of people have a rough idea how much they will spend before heading out, with almost a quarter (21.3%) refusing to exceed their set limit.
Respondents to the survey were willing to spend almost 15% of their budget on entry of game fees as the rise in experiential activities continues.
This is also seen in 21.9% of respondents saying they have cut down on food and drink costs by eating and drinking before leaving their homes.
Peter Marks, chief executive of Deltic, said: “This quarter’s Deltic Night Index demonstrates that consumers are spending a significant portion of their disposable income on going out. However, these aren’t impulse purchases. People are clearly thinking about where and when they spend their money, as shown by the percentage of people that budget, and seek out the best value whilst enjoying a fantastic night out. Ultimately, the data shows that people are willing to spend money – but only for the right experience.”