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Arkansans are big spenders on Valentine's Day

Posted By on Sun, Feb 14, 2016 at 8:27 AM

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Using survey data from Finders.com, Vox put together the above map on which states spend the most on Valentine's Day gifts or romantic dinners out. Kansas tops the list, with Kansans spending an average of $117 on Valentine's gifts for their loved ones; New Hampshire has the most frugal lovers ($31). 

Arkansas came in sixth in the nation, with Natural State sweethearts averaging $93 in V-Day spending. 

According to the survey, 37 percent of Americans don't plan on making a Valentine's Day purchase for their partners at all. 

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