Same Day Flower Delivery

February 14, 2012 by staff 

Same Day Flower Delivery, Valentine’s Day is the time when the depth of people’s love for the significant people in our lives are judged by the depth of our pockets. People shell out more each year to prove that they are as deeply in love as they were last year.

This year the National Retail Federation predicted that men would outdo women when it comes to spending for love. The NRF survey said that an average person would go and spend 8% more than last year. It also states that the normal person this year would spend about $126.04 on Valentine’s Day when last year the expenditure was at $116.21 last year. In the survey where gender breakdown was calculated, it was found that men would spend an average of $168.74 as compared to $85.76 by women.

Another survey conducted by PriceGrabber came out with numbers that are more conservative. It stated that 68% of people polled confessed to an average Valentine’s Day expenditure of less than $100, with most favouring to spend between $25 and $50.

And retail outlets are cashing in on the sentiment of love with full vigour. The staple sale products of Valentine’s Day like roses, teddy bears, chocolates and trinkets boast inflated prices when times near February – the valentine month. Even restaurants cash in on the spirit of love by offering schemes of romantic dinners at inflated prices.

Even as consumers are shelling out more every year in Valentine season, the rate at which businesses are cashing in on the urge of customers to express love in the Valentine season is now getting higher with the year. This incites the question that if the rate at which businessmen are cashing in on the consumers, would it scare off their romantic spirit? Experts are coming out with their versions of ananlysis over this question.

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