I'm writing some hubs for valentine's gift ideas and I was going to seperate them into expensive and inexpensive ones. I was just wondering how much everyone spends on Valentine's Day, whether you think you spend a lot or not.
Me and my boyfriend, for example, usually spend about £30 on each other (like $50) which I think is about average, but some people spend a lot more and others don't bother buying presents at all.
You only spend $50 because you only have one Valentine....hahaha.
Are you thinking of spending more this time, adopt me as a your second Valentine........just kidding.
Some people spend a lot more, may be they can afford more. Some people just exchange hug & a kiss. I don't spend anything because I don't have a Valentine. Good luck with your valentines day.
I wont spend as I dont have a valentine, but I will invite my bestfriend and we will eat together, we both dont have a Valentines date,
If I will have one, then I can spend more than 50 US dollars (since it comes only once a year, and I will buy my men for example something which He can really use, otherwise spending Valentines in the house being cozy and dining together should be more intimate, spending on good food which I will cook is good...
or otherwise I will make a poem for HIM, and a Card saying I love HIM for this and that reason, then cook for him and watched movie together, just like the usual stuff you should do everyday of your life when you have a bf or gf
I think that $30 to $50 cost for a gift would be fine if you are buying for a special someone like your spouses or parents. However, I think $10 or less would be fine if somebody wants to buy something for several friends and officemates. It would even be better if the person will make it himself/ herself such baking brownies or cookies to send it as a gift. It is not actually the cost that counts but the sincerity of the person giving it.
Have a great week!
by shazwellyn 7 years ago
I've just completed a hub on what valentines day gifts for what women really want. Looking into a man's perspective, I don't think they really have a clue! So, thought that a discussion on this would be really helpful...So what do you think women really want?
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
Do you think Valentine's Day is just a way for the card, flower, and candy companies to make money?My husband thinks so.
by Joy 5 years ago
Do you really believe on valentine's day? Why So?do you really believe on valentine's day? if yes why?, If no why?have you ever get advantage of this day in your whole life then share your story in answers.
by malonge 8 years ago
Let's here about the most unique and creative Valentine's gifts people have given.
by Stacie L 8 years ago
HiIs anyone looking forward to Valentines Day?It seems to be a sore spot for a lot of folks.I am getting the impression that there are going to be a lot less attention paid ,such as gifts and dining out this year due to the present economic state.Yes,romance has a price.Personally I'm not.looking...
by just mee 5 years ago
why do rich people spend their money on stupid stuff?
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