For the past several years, consumers have felt the impact of economic peaks and valleys. From record-low prices and stimulus money to rapidly increasing inflation, it’s been hard for consumers to keep up.
If 2021 was when Americans started traveling again, then 2022 has been the year they embraced their old travel habits with full fervor. This year, after a long pandemic pause, Americans really leaned into the rebound that began in 2021. Travel spending in September reached its highest mark since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the U.S. Travel Association, and tracked six percent higher