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With New Year’s Eve just a few weeks away and 70 percent of Americans celebrating the day in some way, including large, organized events and party-hopping, the personal finance website WalletHub took an in-depth look at 2015’s Best & Worst Cities to Celebrate New Year’s Eve.

To help New Year’s Eve celebrants find the most fun and affordable spots for counting down to 2016, WalletHub’s analysts compared the 100 most populated cities across 17 key metrics. Our data set ranges from the legality of fireworks to the average price of a New Year’s Eve party ticket to the forecasted precipitation on New Year’s Eve.

Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Houston (1=Biggest; 50=Avg.)  

  • 28th – Average Price of a New Year’s Eve Party Ticket
  • 32nd – Average Beverage Price (Wine Price)
  • 32nd – Price of a Three-Star Hotel on New Year’s Eve
  • 33rd – Number of Nightlife Options per Capita
  • 27th – Number of Restaurants per Capita
  • 27th – Luxury Shopping
  • 1st – Legality of Fireworks
  • 37th – Walkability
  • 29th – Number of New Year’s Eve Festivals, Performances & Galas per Capita
  • 56th – Number of Music Venues per Capita
Check out the full report HERE.

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