Chaps will up Valentine’s spend – despite recession

Twenty-two per cent of women will be spending less on their Valentine this Saturday – double the number intending to increase their outlay.

Chaps will up Valentine’s spend - despite recession

According to a poll commissioned by price comparison website moneysupermarket.com, though, men still see Valentine’s Day as a perfect investment opportunity, with 20% showering more on their loved ones than last year and only 16% holding something back.

While women will predominantly rely on dinner or chocolates to impress their man, at 19 and 13% respectively, males are set to spend most on flowers or dinner.

The average spend per male is set to come in at £48, while women will only fork out £22.

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