- 31% have driven nonstop to their destination,
- 16% have packed a week's worth of food into a suitcase and cooler,
- 12% have stretched the day's food budget by smuggling free hotel breakfast items, and
- 11% have slept in their cars.
Priceline CEO Jeffery Boyd told BloombergTV Monday that the diversity of the travel website's business allowed it to withstand the immediate dropoff in European travel after terror attacks.
Priceline (PCLN) and Expedia (EXPE) stocks both saw a lift to their price target at RBC Capital Markets despite 4,500 flights being cancelled so far due to Hurricane Matthew.