89 Percent of Americans Are Stressed Out over Planning Family Vacations

89 Percent of Americans Are Stressed Out over Planning Family Vacations

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While half (50 percent) of U.S. adults plan on taking a family vacation this summer, the large majority (89 percent) are plagued by the amount of time and effort required for planning a successful trip.

According to an Omnibus survey commissioned by MasterCard, American families are most stressed out about:

– Getting to, from and through a departing and arriving airport (57%)
– Deciding on a location (50%)
– Developing an itinerary of fun and unique experiences (49%)
– Finding family friendly accommodations (44%)

Read more at Mastercard Newsroom

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