There's no denying it that buying Valentine's Day gifts can cause a huge amount of stress. In fact, it can kind of ruin the holiday altogether. There is no ideal romantic gift — and the ones that seem "romantic" enough can seem really cheesy.
Well, Splender, a unique online cash back shopping site, surveyed 1,000 people for their The Truth About Valentine’s Day 2017 survey. The first interesting thing was that 75 percent of women and 82 percent of men said they disliked the holiday — not great odds, as it it's hard to buy a present for someone who doesn't even like the occasion. But by focusing on what people actually say they want your odds will be a lot higher.
The good news? The gifts people really want aren't that complicated and you don't need to break the bank. In fact, 79 percent of people said they were going to spend $50 or less. So here's what you consider planning— these are what women actually want on Valentine's Day: