Londoners spend the most overall, with average weekly outgoings of £703.10. Those in the South East aren't far behind, spending an average total of £698.60 a week.
But there's a £216.70 weekly difference between the most expensive and least. Northern Ireland has the lowest average weekly spend at £486.40, with the North East not too far behind at £499.40.
People actually spend more on getting from A to B (£81.50) than renting and heating their home per week (£75.72).
‘Recreation and culture’ – which includes money spent on TVs, computers, books, pets and leisure activities - is below the average of £73.86 in Scotland, Northern Ireland, the North, West Midlands and London, whilst the Welsh and West Midlanders spend the least on eating and drinking out and hotels.
Families in the South East and London spend the most on a food shop at £69 a week. That’s £7 more than the UK average and £14 more than people in Yorkshire.
Those in the Northern Ireland spend the most on clothing and footwear, £6 more than the national average of £24.