I'm writing this question from my own perspective, but of course it could apply to anyone else of a similar age.
I'd like to visit space. It's actually one of the things I'd want to do more than anything else. It is primarily because weightlessness looks amazing, but also for the view of the earth and simply the experience of leaving our planet. Sub-orbital flight seems rather fleeting, and while I'd take it, a few hours or more in orbit is what I'd really dream of. LEO would be fine. Sure, I'd like to go to the moon or mars, but lets not be too unreasonable.
I'm not an astronaut nor do I have any intention of becoming a professional one or joining the air force or working for a spaceflight company. Hence, I'd be most likely to go as a "space tourist"
I'm 30 years old. I'm healthy and baring an accident or major illness, I would expect to be around for another 50 years or so. I might even be around for 70 and if there are medical breakthroughs, even longer is not out of the question.
Right now, my employment situation and activities don't leave me with a lot of money on hand, but given my background, sector and plans, I don't think it's unreasonable to suppose I'll achieve the level of being "upper middle class" and have a solid salary in the six figures by the tire I am ready to retire, if not sooner.
I might become wealthy, should I be successful in enterprise. By wealthy I don't mean billionaire-level or anything near that. I might well become rich enough to own a yacht or an airplane, but not likely rich enough to own a private jet. (I'm not saying I will, only that the probability of achieving such success is not an unreasonable aspiration)
I would like to take a trip to space. I'd be willing to pay quite a bit for it. I'd be willing to blow a large chunk of my retirement on it or take out a loan that would take me a few years to repay. I'd be willing to forgo vacations for several years to make it happen.
So to put it another way: Will orbital travel become accessible to those who are not fantastically wealthy in my lifetime? Or, for that matter, any of ours?
We don't know, but what is your guess? I'd be interested to hear.