By Megan Capone
Did you ever wonder how much people spend on Valentine's Day? You're in luck because we just learned the results of the National Retail Federation's 2013 Valentine's Day spending survey. This year the US will spend approximately $18.6 billion (a slight increase from 2012) with the average person spending about $130.97.
According to the survey, the top Valentine's Day gifts fell into these categories. Be sure to check out the deals we've picked out for you - hopefully they'll help keep your Valentine's Day spending under the national average.
51% of all gift-givers will spend a total of $1.6 billion on candy for their Valentine. Here are a few Valentine's Day candy deals to help you save this Valentine's Day.
David's Cookies - Tave 14% off with code VAL2013 (Exp. 2-28-2013)
37% of all gift-givers will spend a total of $1.9 billion on flowers for their Valentine. Check out these deals to help keep you from paying an arm and a leg this year.
Flora2000 - Take 15% off Valentines flowers with code VDAYFL15 (Exp. 2-15-2013)
20% of all gift-givers will spend a total of $4.4 billion on jewelry for their Valentine. Save lots with these deals below.
The Black Bow -Take 10% on fine jewelry for Valentine’s Day (Exp. 2-15-2013)
16% of all gift-givers will spend a total of $1.6 billion on clothes for their Valentine. Here are a few deals on clothing and accessories for your Valentine.
15% of all gift-givers will spend a total of $1.5 billion on gift cards for their Valentine. Know where to get gift cards? Here are a few online vendors.
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