Honey.nine.com.au: Why Aussies are spending less this Valentine’s Day

Honey.nine.com.au: Why Aussies are spending less this Valentine’s Day

Originally published: Honey.nine.com.au, 11 February 2019

If Valentine’s Day totally slipped your mind and you’ve got nothing to give your partner, no need to worry—research has shown that most Aussies think February 14 is more about gestures than gifts.

ME Bank’s latest Love and Money survey revealed that not only do 81 per cent of Australian couples think it’s the thought that counts, only 56 per cent of them will even celebrate the occasion this year.

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