DALLAS, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Two recent Match.com surveys of more than 5,000 single women and 2,000 single men suggest that Valentine's gift expectations between the sexes may not be in sync during this season of romance. While 62% of the men surveyed said that "just spending time together" would be an ideal Valentine's celebration, 53% of the women indicated they would be most likely to break up with a romantic partner who failed to present them with a Valentine's gift. Additionally, 24% of women surveyed stated that a coffee maker would be an unacceptable Valentine's gift, 13% said that a cash gift on February 14 would be cause for the boot, 4% would be offended by lingerie and 4% by the traditional flowers or chocolate. In another survey of more than 1,500 Match.com singles, 85% agreed that Valentine's Day is more important to women than men. "In the spirit of great dates and romantic chemistry, let's hope single men take a woman's sensibilities and expectations into account when making their dating and gift-giving plans for February 14," said Trish McDermott, vice president of romance for Match.com. Other Valentine's Season Survey Results: -- What is the ideal Valentine's Day date? Most men surveyed said a romantic dinner would be ideal (29%), while most women (36%) said "something non-traditional and unique." -- What is the most stressful holiday for singles? Christmas was the most stressful for 35% of singles surveyed, followed by Valentine's Day, with 30% reporting February 14 as the most stressful holiday. -- How much should we spend on gifts for our Valentine's Day dates? Most singles surveyed (76%) believe that a personal, homemade gift is better than something expensive and purchased at a store. Thanks to the speed and efficiency of online dating at Match.com, and with millions of singles using the service, it's still not too late to get a date for Valentine's Day. About Match.com Match.com is a leading subscription-based online dating site. Match.com's personals businesses, including Soulmates Technology, claim more than 653,000 paying subscribers and more than 8 million members with profiles posted or who are active users. Match.com offers adults worldwide a fun, private and secure environment for meeting other singles. The Company estimates it is responsible for arranging hundreds of thousands of relationships for its members. Match.com powers paid online dating on MSN, The Excite Network's Relationship Channels; EarthLink; BET Interactive and is the premier provider of personals for Love@AOL, offering the Match.com service across AOL, AOL.com, CompuServe and Netscape.com. Match.com also offers events and vacation opportunities for singles through its sites MatchLive.com, operated by its affiliate, MatchLive, L.L.C., and MatchTravel.com. Match.com is a division of USA Interactive.