GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Must-Know Valentines Day Statistics [Latest Report]

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"About 27% of people will buy Valentine’s Day gifts for their pets."

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"About 20% of Valentine's Day consumers plan to give jewelry."

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"Approximately 224 million roses are grown for Valentine's Day."

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"Jewelry is the most expensive Valentine’s Day gift, averaging $4.7 billion in sales."

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"43 million Americans received an unwanted Valentine's Day gift in 2017."

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"Men spend almost twice as much as women on Valentine's Day gifts."

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"The average pet owner spends about $12.21 on Valentine’s Day gifts for their pets."

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"Valentine’s Day is the second busiest day of the year for dining out."

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"More than one-third of men prefer not to receive anything for Valentine's Day."

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"The most popular Valentine's Day gift is candy/chocolate."

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"The Valentine's Day card industry generates over $1 billion in sales annually."

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"Valentine's Day ranks as the third largest holiday for adding new members to dating apps."

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"9 million marriage proposals happen on Valentine's Day each year."

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"On Valentine's Day, sales of red roses account for 69% of all rose sales."

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"Over 50% of Americans plan to celebrate Valentine's Day."

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"85% of all Valentine’s Day cards are bought by women."

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"Around 145 million Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged annually."

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"The average person spends $196.31 on Valentine's Day."

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"Every year, over 36 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolates are sold for Valentine's Day."

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"Americans spent approximately $27.4 billion on Valentine's Day in 2020."

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