The open road or the open skies? Millennials choose the former…

Millennials, more than any other generation, hit the road in the summer. At least, judging by their gas bills.

The generation born in the 1980s and 1990s spent nearly three times more on gas than airplane tickets last summer, according to a consumer spending snapshot released this week by Bank of America. Bank of America analyzed 40 million active credit and debit card accounts.

But millennials didn’t just spend on gas, they spent on the whole ride too: Millennials spent $121 per person on ridesharing, according to the Bank of America report, compared to 35- to 50-year-olds spent $112 per person, 51- to 65-year-olds spent $108 and those aged 65-plus spent $102.

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