Out of those willing to sacrifice something for the hotel discount, the survey found that 54% (who were above age 21) would give up alcohol. But when it came to giving up digital devices, respondents were far more reticent. Only about a quarter of the survey group (26%) said they would give up access to their smartphone or tablet in exchange for the hotel discount. A small number (13%) said they would surrender their camera and the ability to document their trip. When it came to social media, 43% were actually willing to stop logging onto social networks for the discount. The reluctance of the 57% who were unwilling could be explained by travelers' social-media habits while on vacation: Among those surveyed, 29% said they have gotten pleasure from seeing the number of likes or comments on their vacation photos and posts on social media. Get the full story at Mashable