Like Christmas and Valentine's Day, Easter will likely see you digging into your pockets to pay for all the extra chocolate and candy that comes with this holiday.
The average British will probably have stomach ache by next Monday after receiving £56 ($82) worth of chocolate and/or presents this coming weekend, according to a new poll, by Vouchercloud, a mobile voucher app.
This'll mean that British kids, on average, will eat 8,000 calories this weekend thanks to each parent will shell out an average of £25 ($37) per child, with relatives and friends contributing an extra £31 ($46), according to the same survey.
But not all Easter presents come in chocolate-coated shells. The poll which asked 2,118 UK parents online, found that whilst chocolate was the most popular gift being picked by 78 percent of respondents; money, 43 percent; toys, 36 percent; and other types of candy, 41 percent, came up as other attractive options.