Money replaces bugs as a travel inhibitor

Routine purchases of food, gas, utilities, etc. have become much more expensive in the last few months, forcing many families to rethink their vacation plans, even if they don’t completely abandon them. ..

According to an international survey conducted by Europ Assistance 2022 Holiday Barometer IpsosMoney is by far the biggest hurdle for anyone who may be on vacation this summer. Forty-five percent of Americans who don’t have a travel plan this summer said they couldn’t afford it, but 33% said they would refrain from traveling to save money.

Meanwhile, only 15% of non-travelers in the United States say that’s why Covid-19 is at home this summer.

This trend is similar across Europe, with a general increase in travel enthusiasm this year.

Only 29% of European respondents do not have a summer travel plan, 41% cannot afford it and 26% are trying to save money.

This summer, Covid will play an even smaller role for Europeans. Only 11% of non-travelers cited a pandemic as the reason for their decision.

https://www.electronicsweekly.com/blogs/mannerisms/dilemmas/miney-replaces-bug-travel-inhibitor-2022-06/ Money replaces bugs as a travel inhibitor

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