How much should you spend on your next vacation?
New York (AP) For those who can afford it, the next big vacation might not come until the end of 2019.
But if you want to take a chance, some are looking to save big for the holidays.
A new report by The Associated Press shows some people are spending more on their next trip than they were last year.
While average spending is up 2.6% from the previous year, people are making big decisions about what they want to do in 2019 and beyond.
Some of the biggest spenders are taking a leap of faith in 2019, including the most financially ambitious.
Spending is up 6.2% over the past two years, and some people may be looking at spending up to $200,000, according to the report.
“We think the financial and lifestyle choices are going to be a big part of what drives your decision in 2019,” said Paul Fauci, president of Fauces International Travel & Entertainment.
“You’re not going to have to go to an expensive destination, you’re not buying a vacation, and you’re probably not going for a family trip. “
The average cost of a home is $150,000 or $170,000,” he added.
The AP surveyed 1,200 U.S. adults in the most recent survey of spending habits and found that an average of $300,000 has been spent on holiday spending in the past year, and $70,000 is the average cost for a vacation in 2019. “
There are a lot of other options for a smaller vacation.”
The AP surveyed 1,200 U.S. adults in the most recent survey of spending habits and found that an average of $300,000 has been spent on holiday spending in the past year, and $70,000 is the average cost for a vacation in 2019.
The average spending on vacations is up 4.2%, while the average price for a home has dropped by about 6% to $150.
The AP also found that people are looking for more variety and are spending less on a holiday this year than they did last year, despite the holiday season.
The study found that spending on the average holiday was down 3.3% over last year to $3,957, and the average number of days spent was down 6.4% to 12.7.
The number of people who said they would consider spending money on their own holidays has gone up 2%, while spending on a family vacation has fallen 4.6%.
That’s a big jump from last year when fewer people said they were considering spending money to spend their own money.
That’s partly because fewer people are planning on staying in a hotel this year, but also because people are opting to spend more time with friends and family.
The biggest change in spending has been in spending on home, up 3.2%.
The AP said that home spending has risen 7.2 percentage points, but spending on other holidays like trips to museums, sporting events and other special occasions is up only 1.9%.
The biggest holiday spenders were the most generous with their money, with a median household giving $5,000 a year on average.
That was up from the $3.8 million the median household gave last year and $3 million in 2019 (a 2.4 percentage point increase).
“We are seeing a significant shift in the holiday buying habits,” Fauctis said.
“Some people are now going to holiday with friends, with family and with friends that are on vacation.
That could mean they are spending $30,000 to $50,000 on a trip to Disney World or $50 million to $100 million on a vacation.”
Some are getting into more than one type of holiday, including trips to Disney theme parks and shopping at stores like Wal-Mart and Target.
The report said some people have bought trips to Walt Disney World to go with a family outing.
But the AP said the average spending for people planning to spend $100,000 and up would be $100 a person on average, not $200.
“This is going to change, but I’m not going out and buying $200 worth of vacation tickets,” said Sarah Dominguez, a financial planner who lives in Washington, D.C. “My husband and I are going on a five-day trip to Walt Walt Disney.”
She said that for people in their 30s and 40s, who are in a retirement savings plan, it would be better to spend less on holiday trips.
“I think it would take a lot to make me spend more money than I already have,” she said.
A majority of the survey respondents said they planned to spend at least $200 on a gift for their loved ones, while almost all of them were planning on spending at least that amount for themselves.
More:Read the full report from the AP here.