Valentine’s Day by the numbers

We take a closer look at spending breakdowns for the holiday.
0:43 | 02/15/20

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Since it is February 14 let's take a look at Valentine's Day. By the numbers some 55% of Americans will celebrate Valentine's Day today and those who do will spend a record 27 point four billion dollars this year. According to a survey by The National Retail Federation breaking that down. That includes five point eight billion dollars on jewelry 2.4 billion on candy and 2.3 billion on flowers. Couples going out tonight we'll spend on average about a hundred dollars on a romantic dinner at approximately 145. Million Valentine's Day cards will be exchanged today according to hallmark. And guys and gals if you didn't get your gift just yet it's most likely too late just apologize and this comes to do better next time.

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