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Thu 15th Jun 2017 - Late-night leisure spend increases 6.3%, pubs remain most popular destination
Late-night leisure spend increases 6.3%, pubs remain most popular destination: Late-night leisure consumer spend was up 6.3%, or £3.30, to £55.56 between February and April compared with the previous quarter, according to the latest Deltic Night Index report. The amount people spent on drinks in late-night venues increased 18.5% (or £2.70) to £17.32. Spend on entry fees increased 18.1% (or £0.96) but spending on food decreased 12.3% (or £1.97). The research also supported the trend people are drinking fewer but higher quality products – more than half (50.8%) of respondents said they always go for a quality brand, a number that rises to 55.8% among 18 to 21-year-olds. A total of 37.2% of Britons go on a late night out at least once a week. Pubs remained the most popular late-night activity, with almost a quarter (24.2%) of respondents spending the most money in pubs each month. However that changes with 18 to 21-year-olds, where 30.2% said they spent the most money on clubs each month. The average late night out lasted four hours 49 minutes – a 28-minute increase on the last quarter. More than a third believed a late-night out has a positive impact on their overall mood (35.4%), their mental well-being (34.8%) and their relationship with friends (34.0%). One-fifth (20.3%) felt it has a positive impact on their confidence. These figures were higher among 18 to 21-year-olds, with almost half (48.7%) stating a late night out positively impacts their overall mood and 43.4% admitting its positive contribution to their mental well-being. This is the third Deltic Night Index, a quarterly report published by The Deltic Group, the UK’s largest operator of premium late-night bars and clubs with 57 venues, which looks at changing consumer behaviours in the UK’s late-night leisure sector, which encompasses clubbing, drinking and eating out, cinema and live music among others. Chief executive Peter Marks said: “We know the late-night sector has a positive impact on town centres by creating jobs and drawing people to the high street but now we have strong data that demonstrates its impact is more far-reaching. The latest research also shows the positive link between an individual’s mental and physical well-being and a fun night out. As we’ve seen in the last two reports, the trend is clear. People are increasingly looking for exciting and unique experiences to share with friends on the night and afterwards through social media.”

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