Millennials are prepared to quit sex, booze and coffee for possiblity to travel. — Istock.com pic via AFP
NEW YORK, Oct 20 — Netflix, booze, sex and coffee. They’re a number of the millennial’s favourite things which young and mobile individuals are willing to quit should they were offered the opportunity to travel for half a year free of charge.
That’s in accordance with a survey from travel company Contiki, which polled their marketplace — consumers aged 18-35 — on the significance of travel within their lives.
Spotted by Elite Daily, the outcomes of the survey show that easy and simple guilty pleasure which millennials are prepared to quit starts making use of their Netflix account, at 80 %.
That’s accompanied by coffee (77 %), booze (73 %) and carbs (60 %). Interestingly, over fifty percent (57 %) of the 1,500 US millennials polled said they&rsquo also; d be ready to forego sex for half a year if given the opportunity to travel the global world.
In other findings, the survey revealed how this demographic prepares because of their holidays also.
More than 1 / 2 of respondents said they spend around three hours finding out about eateries and stay while travel planning.
A third of millennials also spend around four hours scrolling Instagram and watching YouTube videos for travel inspo.
And 1 / 2 of respondents use crowdsourcing websites like Yelp and TripAdvisor to greatly help them make their booking decisions. — AFP-Relaxnews