Spread the love without overspending
Showing you care on Valentine’s Day shouldn’t drive you into debt.
It may seem surprising, but Valentine’s Day is not even in the top three when it comes to expensive U.S. holidays. According to a report last year on CNN Money
, the day of love came in fourth to the Winter Holidays, Mother’s Day and even Easter. Still, the National Retail Federation says we’re about to have a near record breaking year in 2018. Spending is expected to reach $19.6 billion. That’s second only to spending in 2016 over the 15 years that the NRF has tracked spending. The articles in this section can help you save money on Valentine’s Day gifting and celebrating. Learn about weird trends, like Singles Awareness Day, and see how much other significant others plan to spend. You can find Debt.com’s Top 5 money-saving tips below the articles.