Can’t put a price on love … Americans appear to be willing to ignore high inflation this Valentine's Day as retailers are expecting record-high spending on gifts. The National Retail Federation predicts Americans will spend nearly $26 billion on Valentine's Day. That's up 8% over last year. A survey shows that 63% of Americans say they are definitely buying Valentine's gifts this year. 24% say they might buy gifts. Only 13% say they don't plan to buy any Valentine's gifts.
Get love insurance for Valentine's Day ... Chocolate is a popular gift for Valentine's Day, but if the message you're trying to convey to your love interest isn't received quite as well as you had hoped, don't worry -- Toblerone's got you covered. The Swiss chocolate bar is offering "Love Insurance" this Valentine's Day. Any online purchase of a product from their Valentine's Day Limited Edition section will come with "Love Insurance" that will provide protection for you if things go south. This way, you don't have to feel sick over the thought of wasting a delicious Toblerone on them. The jilted customer can submit a claim and receive a voucher to spend on another Toblerone product.