Average annual expenditure of affluent households in the United States on fees and admissions for social, recreation, health club membership from 2013 to 2016

Expenditure of affluent U.S. households on fees for social, recreation, health club The statistic shows the expenditure of affluent households, or the so-called highest quintile, in the United States on fees and admissions for social, recreation, health club membership from 2013 to 2016. In 2016, affluent Americans spent some 56 U.S. dollars on fees and admissions for social, recreation, health club membership.
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Amount spent in U.S. dollars
201346.58
201447.39
201551.52
201656.15
Amount spent in U.S. dollars
201346.58
201447.39
201551.52
201656.15
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The statistic shows the expenditure of affluent households, or the so-called highest quintile, in the United States on fees and admissions for social, recreation, health club membership from 2013 to 2016. In 2016, affluent Americans spent some 56 U.S. dollars on fees and admissions for social, recreation, health club membership.
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Release date
June 2018
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Bureau of Labor Statistics
Region
United States
Survey time period
2013 to 2016
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
highest 20 percent of earners in the U.S.*
Supplementary notes
*Comprises only the "highest 20 percent" of consumers in the United States, based on their income before taxes. Lower income limit, according to the source: 2013: 95,336 U.S. dollars; 2014: 99,620 U.S. dollars; 2015: 103,057 U.S. dollars; 2016: 108,040 U.S. dollars.

Number of consumer units (in thousands):
2013: 25,101
2014: 25,410
2015: 25,773
2016: 25,842.

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