The subscription-based economy has been driven by rapid adoption among younger generations. Our research shows that 32% of 16- to 24-year-olds in the U.S. The U.S. has a subscription, while only 7% of those over 55 have one.
Subscriptions generate initial revenue, strengthen customer relationships, and provide companies with much more detailed data on what is being sold. Even hotels and car washes have begun to offer an improved and more exclusive experience for a monthly or annual fee. This peculiarity allows us to study the changes in the delivery preferences of customers who joined the subscription delivery service. The impact of hiring subscription delivery services on order behavior, delivery preferences, and benefits is presented in Section 6.Customers with a subscription are increasingly relying on the labor-intensive (and cost-intensive) home delivery option, rather than choosing to pick up their food at the store.