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- Americans don’t have the savings to spend the the money they spend on Valentine’s Day.
- The average American spends over $ 130 on Valentine’s Day each year.
- If you’re crafty, there’s a better way to do Valentine’s Day.
Each year, countless Americans shower their loved ones with cards, flowers, chocolates, and other such extravagant gifts. But if there’s one day in particular where those displays of affection are taken to an almost gag-worthy extreme, it’s Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day costs the average American $ 136.57, according to the National Retail Federation. And consumers on a whole spend a total of:See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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