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Valentine’s Day Priorities Shift: 62% of GenZs Reject Big V-Day Spending, Survey Says Pi News

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A user survey conducted by the Hunch app revealed some interesting insights into the spending habits of the Gen Z audience.  (Representative image)

A user survey conducted by the Hunch app revealed some interesting insights into the spending habits of the Gen Z audience. (Representative image)

Valentine’s Day: For GenZs, the focus is on authenticity, often translating into more intimate and authentic ways to celebrate love.

Valentine’s Day 2024: In the field of holidays, GenZ stands out for abandoning tradition. Events like Valentine’s Day witness this generation’s unique approach as they prefer personalized and low-key communication expressions over grand gestures. According to a user survey on the social discovery platform, GenZs focus on authenticity and often turn to more intimate and authentic ways to celebrate love.

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A user survey on the Hunch app revealed some interesting insights into the spending habits of the GenZ audience.

A surprising revelation emerged from the participants’ responses. A majority of 7,929 GenZ participants, 63.0 percent, were not interested in spending on Valentine’s Day.

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These individuals have made it clear that this is not a priority for them. This highlights the pragmatic approach of the younger generation, many of whom prefer to keep things simple and avoid overspending.

Delving deeper into the survey, the remaining choices revealed an interesting dynamic.

About 18.4 percent of participants indicated that they were willing to spend on Valentine’s Day, showing that they were willing to go overboard.

On the contrary, 18.6% took a conservative position and strongly emphasized the obligation to stay within the predetermined budget.

It shows the different attitudes within GenZ and highlights that many people don’t want to spend money, but there are still many who want to grow up or are conscious of their spending.

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