Brits are spending 8.9% more on a night out than they did a year ago, but are going out less often, according to the latest Deltic Night index.
Average spend has reached £67.05 with increases seen across food, transport, entry fees and in-venue drinks.
However only 53.9% of people are going out at least once a week, down from 60.1% a year ago.
The index also asked consumers about how safe they felt on a night out with increases in public transport late at night, street lighting and a greater police presence all cited as measures that would increase revellers' feeling of security.
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