And just for fun, the Buisness Insider website compiled a few facts about gifting on this holiday. Consumers spend an average of $135 on gifts.
Men expect their partner to spend $230 on a gift for them, while women only expect $196, according to a survey by Chase bank.
Dating or engaged couples spend $20 to $30 more than married couples, according to a study by Big Research.
About 18% of people in relationships surveyed by RetailMeNot were planning on spending $0 on their partner.
About half of Valentine's Day customers will buy candy, 37% will give their partner flowers, and 19% will purchase jewelry, according to the National Retail Federation. Practical gifts like clothes or electronics were less popular.
Courtesy: Business Insider website