Geez honey, I really wanted to get you a dozen roses, but times are tough. So here's a package of Jim Beam-flavored sunflower seeds instead. It's the gift that keeps on giving, right?
This Valentine's Day, couples will be spending less on each other compared to a year ago, according to a study from the National Retail Federation.
The study found that consumers plan to spend an average of $102.50 on gifts and merchandise. That is down $20 from last year's $122.98 per person.
How They Will Spend Their Money:
As for those who don't have a date, here's how we imagine they'll spend their money: