Millennials spending on gas station grab-and-go snacks, same-day delivery

While many millennials are still living at home and skipping out on buying big-ticket items such as cars and homes, they are purchasing grab-and-go snacks at gas stations—29 percent compared with the 19 percent of the general population. Also topping the list compiled by Time Money, the hurry-up generation is twice as likely than the average shopper to pay extra to get same-day delivery. Rounding out the top five on the list is spending on hot sauces, pet reptiles and athleisure wear. Story

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