Men are more likely than women to spend money on their partners for Valentine's Day. According to a new study by Bankrate , the average man plans on spending 339-dollars on their spouse or partner while women say they will only spend 64-dollars.
This is tough news for guys because in addition to being pretty generous, they also have higher expectations when it comes to how giving they hope their partner will be.
If you go for the complete package of jewelry, Champagne, fine dining and chocolates, it will set you back an average of 618 dollars.
Overall 69-percent of Americans plan to mark the occasion with some sort of spending. That makes Valentine’s Day one of the top priciest holidays in the U.S.
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