People are planning to spend less and stay at home this Easter amid rising cost of living pressures. Recent data shows 64 per cent of Australians are planning to spend the holiday at home. It's an almost 20 per cent rise on 2022, when most people were travelling at Easter. Of those venturing out, most people are sticking close to home, with only eight per cent of people booking interstate or overseas travel. IN OTHER NEWS: The research from online finance broker Savvy also found 80 per cent of people plan to spend $500 or less this Easter. In 2022, this figure was 58 per cent. Savvy spokesperson Adrian Edlington told ACM it indicated people were tightening their belts. "It may have something to do with the cost of living. People may not be feeling as flush with cash in 2023," he said. Mr Edlington said the latest results were in line with Savvy's research around cost of living. "We've done a lot of surveys and reporting around rising interest rates, stress and the credit crunch," he said. "[The Easter research result] was a bit of a surprise but after we looked into the details I wasn't that taken aback, because it seems everything is going up in price at the moment with inflation." Some people still have money to burn however, with eight per cent of people saying they would spend more than $1000 at Easter.