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Daily Telegraph: Couples hold back on spending up big on Valentine’s Day

12 February, 2019 | 
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Originally published: Daily Telegraph, 12 February 2019

Loved-up couples need not go all out and splash their cash on Valentine’s Day.

Hopeless romantics say it’s the thought that counts, not the amount spent on each other, that signifies true love.

New data from lender ME, which quizzed 1000 Australians, shows about 56 per cent of lovers do celebrate Valentine’s Day, whether it be by dining out with their other half, or buying them flowers or a gift.
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