Valentine's Gift Seekers Will Spend More Than $20 Billion in 2014
Valentine's spending on flowers, chocolates and other gifts is expected to exceed $20 billion. FatWallet.com eases sticker shock with exclusive savings including an FTD offer of 20% off with an additional 20% cash back.
BELOIT, Wis., Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FatWallet, the one-stop resource for smart shoppers, offers Valentine's Day shoppers exclusive savings on flowers, chocolates, jewelry and other in-demand gifts. Gift seekers are expected to shell out more than $20 billion overall with an average spend of $136 per consumer (*up 3.8% from 2013). The Valentine's Deals promotion features a one-stop resource offers for online shoppers to find timely discounts from 20-40% off, free shipping coupon codes and increased cash back from dozens of top retailers.
"Early-bird Valentine's shoppers will avoid rush delivery charges, which can often cost as much as the gift itself if they wait until the last minute to order," stated FatWallet spokesperson, Brent Shelton. "Even the procrastinators can take advantage of cash back savings right up to Feb. 14."
One of the most exclusive cash back offers for Valentine's shoppers comes from FTD, which is offering 20% off with an additional 20% cash back. The FTD 20/20 offer will be accessible to FatWallet shoppers through Feb. 13. Those looking for more flowers, candy, clothes and other gifts will find dozens of top stores have increased cash back savings for the Valentine's Deals promo, including Blue Nile, Macy's, Kohl's, Ashford, Amazon Local and 1800flowers.com.
(*Predictions are from FatWallet.com based on past Valentine's promotional spending trends.)
About FatWallet: As the preferred online coupons and cash back shopping resource for millions of smart consumers, and home of the Black Friday Deal Finder, FatWallet.com works closely with 1,500+ retailers like Best Buy, Newegg, Walmart and Amazon to publish special offers, discounts, coupon codes and Cash Back rewards to its members. The much celebrated FatWallet forums represent the pulse of an evolving online marketplace where smart consumers gather to share and learn. FatWallet is owned by Ebates, Inc. who owns and operates the world's most rewarding shopping programs.