Dailymail.co.uk: How much do couples REALLY spend on Valentine’s Day? The average amount Australians are forking out this February 14 – and it’s less than you think

Originally published: Dailymail.co.uk, 12 February 2019

Valentine’s Day is typically a day in which couples declare their love for one another with gifts, cards and meals out.

But how much is the average couple actually spending this February 14?

Research from ME Bank has found that the majority of couples will spend just $50 or less on their significant other.

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