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  • 36 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate will be sold for Valentine's Day this year.
  • Chocolate and candy sales reach profits of $1,011 billion during Valentine's season.
  • The average U.S. consumer is expected to spend $116.21 on Valentine's Day gifts, meals, and entertainment.
  • Men spend double what women spend on Valentine's day: $158.71 compared to $75.79.
  • Valentine’s Day is second only to Christmas when it comes to card sales.
  • 53% of women in America would dump their boyfriends if they did not get them anything for Valentine's Day.
  • Women prefer a gift after a nice dinner, while most men prefer gifts first thing in the morning.Valentine’s Day facts
  • “I’m definitely giving my girlfriend jewelry this Valentine’s Day, on top of driving eight hours to visit her for the weekend,” said Jordan Topai, 20. Spending on jewelry is estimated to reach about $3.5 billion this holiday. 17.3% of people are likely to buy it for their valentine.
  • Men spend double what women spend on Valentine's day: $158.71 compared to $75.79.

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  • 1. 36 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate will be sold for Valentine's Day this year.
    Valentine’s Day facts
  • 2. Chocolate and candy sales reach profits of $1,011 billion during Valentine's season.
    Valentine’s Day facts
  • 3. The average U.S. consumer is expected to spend $116.21 on Valentine's Day gifts, meals, and entertainment.
    Valentine’s Day facts
  • 4. Men spend double what women spend on Valentine's day. They spend about $158.71 as compared to women spending $75.79.
    Valentine’s Day facts
  • 5. Valentine’s Day is second only to Christmas when it comes to card sales.
    Valentine’s Day facts
  • 6. 53% of women in America would dump their boyfriends if they did not get them anything for Valentine's Day.
    Valentine’s Day facts
  • 7. 21% of households celebrate by giving loved ones plush stuffed animals, according to the US Census Bureau.
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  • 8. Women usually prefer receiving a gift after a nice dinner, while most men like to open their gift first thing in the morning.
    Valentine’s Day facts
  • 9. 2.1 million marriages took place in the United States in 2009. That comes down to
    almost 5,800 a day.
    US Census: Valentine’s Day
  • 10. Spending on jewelry is estimated to reach about $3.5 billion this holiday. 17.3% of people are likely to buy it for their valentine.
    Valentine’s Day facts
  • 11. 12% of households celebrate Valentine’s Day by giving loved ones perfume, according to the US Census Bureau.
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  • 12. According to a recent study, men would prefer to see their lovers in black. White took a close second place. Red lacy panties were voted least favorite by 50% of men, pink (voted no by 18%) and flesh tones (voted no by 11%).
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  • 13. More than half of the U.S. population celebrates Valentine's Day, so many of the industries involved feel the love as well.
    Valentine’s Day facts