How much money does the average American spend on Starbucks annually?
The average American does not spend money at Starbucks. The average cusomer of Starbucks (which is more like only 1/16th of the American cities population) who can AFFORD to purchase overpriced coffee from that enterprise usually buys about 3-5 Starbucks a week. So if you average $5 each time you are spending $15 to $25 a week on specialty coffee. Many Starbucks customers have stopped buying from Starbucks because of the high cost and they can now get specialty coffee from other venues such as McDonalds, Dutch Brothers and other enterprises for half to one fourth the cost of Starbucks prices. Some rural people, believe it or not, have never even seen or tasted a Starbucks fancy coffee, but some have when they have visited the ciities to stock up on supplies.
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I'd reckon an average American would spend around $100.00 a day. There are 2.8 billion people that live on less than $2 a day. Maybethe "average American" that spends $100 a …day needs to stop beingso selfish. A sweatshop worker only gets 6 dollars a day, and the averagesweatshop worker has about 5 people in that family, or more, sojust think about that for a sec.... why don't we stand up for theirrights, so they can get some proper food and clothing for once intheir lifetime! The average American can get all they want. I comefrom a very poor family, and imagine what it feels like never tohave any normal life, just envying the people around you who throwand rip up dollars just for fun in school. Imagine. Americans needto cut down on being selfish, thank you for pointing that out,whoever wrote that top part. To the person who wrote this. How are we being selfish if everything in this country costs a lotmore? ADDENDUM: this is probably way inaccurate. For the average Americanto spend $100 a day, the average family of four would have to make$146,000 per year. That is not the average salary. The meanhousehold income is more like $46,000 per year... divide that by3.14 (about the average family size), divide that by 365 days in ayear, and the average spending per day would be closer to $40 perday. ANOTHER VIEW: Here is something to think about... the question is 'How much moneydoes the AVERAGE American spend per day.' The key word here isAVERAGE, also, they are speaking in the singular, 1 person, not theaverage family. So, here is my take on it.... the AVERAGE American makes a littlemore than $46,000 per year. Which translates to about $884 a weekGross income. Which works out to about a $675 Net income per week.Now that works out to about $96 per day. So, we have to assume thatthe AVERAGE American spends less than $96 per day. Obviously, theother person saying $168 per day is way too high. It would be very time consuming to really get an exact answer. Youknow the AVERAGE American can spend up to $96 per day. But youwould also have to consider in how much debt the Average Americanaccumulates per year. You would also have to figure in how much theAverage American puts in a Savings account each year. You wouldalso have to consider how much they invest each year. You wouldalso have to figure in the average number of people in an averagehousehold, this could dramatically cut down the cost of the Averageperson. If the Average household is 3 people, then the mortgage,utilities, would be split between 3 people, which would decreasethe Average amount of money spent per day. If it helps, I tallied up all my monthly bills (rent, utilities,food, gas, spending money, etc.), and averaged it out per day. Icame up with about $64.00 per day I spend to live. Now, if I livedwith someone else and we split the rent and utilities, it would godown to about $47 per day. I would definitely put my lifestyle inthe Average American category.
Around $2 700 000 if you work until you die. If you retire at 65 then around $2 025 000. These amounts don't include possible debt and inheritance from friends, family etc. an…d these amounts assume you spend every penny you make. . Open in Google Docs Viewer . Open link in new tab . Open link in new window . Open link in new incognito window . Download file . Copy link address . Edit PDF File on PDFescape.com .
it depends on your income, many Americans use food stamps while others use credit cards or straight cash. of course if your a doctor or real estate agent buying food is nothin…g and you problely buy healthy foods. if you work at macdonals or somewhere the chances are your not make much money, exspecailly if you have children as well. So u get food stamps which gives you a minmium amout of money for food.
The average American family spends about $850 a year on soda. Thismakes the nationally yearly sales of soda around $65 billion.
The average cost for a gym membership in America is $55.00. Theaverage American spends $270 to $300 on weight loss and fitnessproducts.
In my honest opinion, it depends on their money. If they are rich, well don't you think they would blow thousands a day? And folks who are poor, they are limited. It doesnt ma…tter what people spend, that's their money problem.
last year 2 million dollars
They usually spend $169.
Around $200 - $600 dollars
$14.50 per prson
According to redbooks.com, a research tool for ad agencies, Starbucks spends around $141 Million a year on advertising
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I believe Americans spend around $23 Billion dollars a year in dietary supplements. Google it.
In Domestic Dogs
According to Bloomberg BusinessWeek (2007), Americans spend $45 million on the pets annually. An estimate quoted by Global Animal (2010) is that this amount is expected to inc…rease to over $52 million over the next couple years. Since cats outnumber dogs (81 million cats and 72 million dogs :McWhinney -2010) as pets in the US, The Institute for Canine Studies (2010) gives a more precise number of $1425/dog/year.
Not enough. :)