With New Year's Eve just days away and 70 percent of Americans celebrating the day in some way, including large, organized events and party-hopping, WalletHub took an in-depth look at the Best & Worst Cities to Celebrate New Year's Eve. The data set ranges from the legality of fireworks to the average price of a New Year's Eve party ticket.

Best Cities to Celebrate New Year's Eve

1. Orlando, FL
2. San Francisco, CA
3. Atlanta, GA
4. San Diego, CA
5. Scottsdale, AZ
6. Minneapolis, MN
7. Portland, OR
8. Cincinnati, OH
9. Las Vegas, NV
10. Honolulu, HI

Worst Cities to Celebrate New Year's Eve

91. San Bernardino, CA
92. Arlington, TX
93. Charlotte, NC
94. Garland, TX
95. Laredo, TX
96. Fort Worth, TX
97. Hialeah, FL
98. Jersey City, NJ
99. Newark, NJ
100. North Las Vegas, NV

More statistics you'll want to know:

The average price of a New Year's Eve party ticket in Pittsburgh is seven times higher than in Greensboro, NC.
The price of a three-star hotel on New Year's Eve is seven times higher in Honolulu than in Tucson, AZ.
Orlando, FL, has 6 times as many restaurants per capita as Phoenix, AZ.
Miami has 45 times as many jewelry shops per capita as North Las Vegas, NV.
Orlando has 21 times as many nightlife options per capita as Hialeah, FL.


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