How much did you spend this holiday season? If you’re afraid to look at your bank account on New Year’s Day, you’re not alone. Many people spend more than they’d like to acknowledge over the holidays, from buying gifts for family and friends to hosting parties and indulging in treats and drinks aplenty. Although the practice of buying gifts is common across the globe, spending habits, like holiday traditions, vary widely from one country to another. This infographic, called “How Much People in Different Countries Spend on Gifts,” was created by Giftpundits based on data from Ahrefs. It shows how much people in the U.S.A., Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, and France, spend on gifts each year. Below each country name is a graph showing how much people typically spend. It shows what percentage spends $1 or less, $2-10, $15-50, $100, or $200-500.