If you've ever enjoyed a couple of glasses of wine and made a spontaneous, drunken online purchase, you aren't alone. A recent survey
by website "The Hustle", found that 79 percent of American alcohol consumers
said they have made at least one drunk purchase. The survey involved more than 2,000 alcohol-consuming adults and average drunk shopping expenditure per year worked out at $444. In total, "The Hustle" estimates that drunk shopping is worth $45 billion per year to the U.S. economy.
Amazon is the platform of choice, used by 85 percent of drunk shoppers and it is followed by eBay with 21 percent and Etsy's 12 percent. The most common purchase under the influence is clothing and shoes while movies and games are the next most popular shopping categories
. The following infographic shows where people spend the most on average per year shopping while drunk with the south of the U.S. clearly standing out. According to the survey, Kentucky has the highest average annual spend with $742.