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According to Research, Texas is The Worst State for a Girls’ Outing

It might not be as simple or affordable to have a girls’ night out on Austin’s Sixth Street or at the San Antonio River Walk (Texas) as you may assume. As it turns out, Wisconsin can be a better choice for your bachelorette party. According to recent research from the fashion website Nasty Gal, which calculated the rating using information such as the average price of a cocktail or bottle of wine, the price of a party dress, and the number of bars per 1,000 residents. Then, states received scores out of 100.

With a total score of 48.59, Lone Star State came in last place overall. Finally, it was discovered that the average price of a drink was $12.30 and that of a fast-food meal was $9.30. Despite certain states, like California, have higher costs than others on similar items, these states’ better rankings are because of other reasons.


According to a release from Nasty Gal, Texas is at the bottom of the list because of its poor safety conditions and high costs. Only Arkansas, California, Mississippi, and Missouri were ranked above Texas. A girl’s night out in Wisconsin is generally going to be a reasonably affordable and safe experience, according to Nasty Gal. According to the data, a cocktail in Wisconsin costs an average of $7.30, while a lunch of fast-food averages $8. The study gave the state a score of 78.26 out of 100.

North Dakota, Vermont, Wyoming, and Iowa are the top states. Yet, Vermont was meant to be the safest state for a girls’ night out, according to ratings. Around 650 bachelorette party guests were asked by the wedding news site of the bride last year to find the most popular locations. The list included Houston and Dallas, two Texas cities.

The bride selected Austin as one of the “trendiest” bachelorette party destinations, highlighting the city’s popularity with wedding parties for its various bar sections and near the rivers.

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