According to a survey of 2,000 adults, by Morrisons, a record 83 per cent plan on staying at home rather than ringing in the New year at a party.
Of that number, 43 per cent said they would see in the start of 2013 snuggled on the sofa in front of a movie, while 38 per cent will simply treat themselves to dinner and a bottle of wine.
Only 12 per cent had invited friends and family round to celebrate.
Unsurprisingly, the most common reason given for staying in was money - 44 per cent said financial concerns were at the root of their decision, with the average Brit expecting to spend £78.20 on the food, drink, travel and ticket prices for a New Year night out.
And it seems few will miss the big party venue, because 49 per cent believe it's who you're with, not where you are on New Year's Eve that counts.
Sonia Whiteley-Guest from the supermarket told the Daily Mail: "We understand that budgets are a little tight this year.
"People want to enjoy celebrating what a great year 2012 has been with people they love and care about rather than worry about the dent on their wallet."
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