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Valentine’s Day Priorities Shift: According to a poll, 62% of Gen Z rejects extravagant spending on V-Day

<p><strong>Valentine’s Day 2024:</strong> Gen Z distinguishes itself in the festivities by eschewing custom. This generation takes a different approach to holidays like Valentine’s Day, preferring small, personalized acts of affection over elaborate ones. A user-generated survey on a social discovery site revealed that authenticity is important to Gen Zs, which translates into more personal and sincere methods of expressing love.</p>
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<p>The Hunch app user survey has revealed some fascinating information about the buying habits of the Gen Z audience.</p>
<p>A startling discovery was made based on participant replies. Approximately sixty-three percent of the 7,929 Gen Z participants expressed little interest in spending money on Valentine’s Day.</p>
<p>These people made it clear that they don’t see it as their primary priority. This majority highlights the younger generation’s practical mentality, which favors keeping things simple and eschewing unnecessary costs.</p>
<p>Examining the remaining options in more detail revealed intriguing dynamics.</p>
<p>About 18.4% of participants said that they were prepared to spend more than they normally would on Valentine’s Day.</p>
<p>On the other hand, 18.6% adopted a more cautious approach, reaffirming their resolve to stick to their allocated spending limit.</p>
<p>It demonstrates the range of views among Generation Z, showing that although most of them are frugal with their money, a sizeable portion are either prepared to go big or are frugal with what they spend.</p>