In case you didn't know, many Americans go big on Valentine's Day. Ladies, gentlemen, below are a few Feb. 14 spending trends — and they might just inspire you to step up your game.
Americans are expected to drop $4.8 billion on Valentine's Day bling this year.
Remember, big things come in small packages.
One in five Americans will give their dog or cat something special on Feb. 14.
Pets need love, too.
The average person celebrating Valentine's Day spends about $142.
Also known as stacks on stacks on stacks.
Approximately 141 million Valentine's Day cards are distributed each year.
That's second only to the number of cards swapped for Christmas.
Adults age 25 to 34 spend the most on their significant others, about $213.
Millennials, what are you trying to prove?
Word to the wise though, before you go to Jared, you might want to know:
According to Facebook, March is the biggest breakup month of the year.
It's right around the corner.