You might think that the more serious your relationship is, the more expensive gift giving gets. But it turns out that’s not true! It’s actually just the opposite! A new survey found that, basically, the less time a couple has been together, the more money they spend on Valentine's Day.
People who've been dating for less than six months will spend an average of $700.
People who've been together between six month and two years will spend $453.
People who've been together two to five years will spend $157.
And people who've been together for more than 20 years will spend $64 or about 90% less than people in brand new relationships.
Who would’ve thought!