Under 35s Would Pay Most To See England World Cup Win
Fri 30th May 2014 | Marketing & PR
The under 35’s would spend the most to guarantee an England win in the World Cup this year, willing to spend on average £255.60.
With the World Cup just around the corner, Savoo.co.uk surveyed 2,000 Brits to find out how much they really value the first England World Cup win since 1966 and who would be willing to spend the most.
Brits on average would spend £143.70 to see England win the World Cup. The under 35’s would spend the most, spending on average £225.60. The over 35’s would spend £136.20.
The city that would pay the most to see an England win is Newcastle, who would pay an astonishing £261.30 on average. The city in England that would pay the least is Sheffield, paying just £7.40.
Ed Fleming, head of PR and Partnerships at Savoo.co.uk commented: “We thought it would be interesting to find out who were the most committed England fans, and how much value is put on a World Cup win.
“It was interesting to see the huge difference between Newcastle and Sheffield however. The under 35s wouldn’t have witnessed the 1966 World Cup win so this is probably why they would be willing to pay more than the older generation.”
Savoo also looked asked people which celebrity they would most like to watch the World Cup with. The favourite was Cheryl Cole, followed by David Beckham.
Other popular celebrities included; Ant and Dec, James Cordon and Stephen Fry. The least popular celebrity to watch the World Cup with was Ed Miliband.
Ed comments: “It is interesting to see after Ashley didn’t make the World Cup this year, Cheryl came out as the most popular celebrity to watch the games with. And no surprise that people want David Beckham to be next to when the matches are on!”
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Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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