Survey Reveals Top Valentine’s Day Gifts for 2018

February 4, 2018, 10:00 AM HST
* Updated January 29, 7:51 AM
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The results of a recent national Valentineʻs Day survey by reveal the top three gifts for this yearʻs February holiday include: thoughtful gifts, spending quality time together and dinner or a movie.

The survey also finds that 72 percent of couples in Hawai‘i will spend $100 or less on their significant others on Feb. 14. Men expect to spend more money than women; sixty percent of men aim to spend less than $100 whereas 41 percent of women expect to spend less than $50.

While men and women tend to agree on their favored gifts for the holiday, their preferences for least desired gifts vary:

Image courtesy of 2018 survey gathered its results using a cross section of nearly 5,800 adults aged 18 or older. The website offers rebates and coupons at retailers nationwide.

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