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Valentines Day In Australia By The Numbers

Valentines Day in Australia by the Numbers Aussies love to do everything in style V-day is not an exception. Aussies celebrate their V-day with much pomp and warmth. $936 is predicted to be spent this year on 14th Feb the average spending is $41. million What us Aussies love to do Picnics in the park. Buying gifts of chocolates, flowers, jewellery, or other items for their loved ones. A romantic meal at a restaurant. A boat cruise with a special meal Placing a notice in the local newspaper or a message through a local radio announcement dedicated to Valentine's Day. What us Aussies spend on Valentines Day 41% Australian men are more romantic than their female counterparts. 58% of men splurge on buying greetings card as opposed 58% to just 41% women.. I LOVE You Romantic getaways tops the list with $437.61 million spent in 2013, a rise of 4% over 2012. $300 million was spent in 2013 on chocolates and confectioneries The Aussies flirting with fine food is expected to fetch around $34.02 million on eating out on February 14. A rise of 8% from 2013. $37.06 million expected to be spent on the jewellery and ornaments. $ 66.67 million was spent on Clothing & intimate apparel. Whice Pay February 14 remains one of the busiest days on the calendar for local florists. With a total sale pegged at $46 million 2013. Brought to you by Sources: CouponsHO er-spend-valentines-day-with-pet/story-e6frfkvr-1226266811896

Valentines Day In Australia By The Numbers

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Our wonderful team have looked through the stats and read through previous posts to create this awesome Infographic on the amount of money been spent on Valentines Day. Enjoy it and please share it wi...


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