[This article was originally published on savings.com.]
According to the National Retail Federation, the average person is planning to spend upwards of $130 on a Valentine's gift this year, with total spending expected to reach $18.6 billion.
With Valentine's Day only one week away, online consumers are looking to find the best deals available to them. Savings.com deal experts have handpicked the top deals for Valentine's Day by factoring in overall brand appeal and deepest discounts:
Valpak and Savings.com are also teaming up to help lovebirds celebrate without breaking the bank in real-time! We'll be listening and responding to shoppers who tweet us for help. Responses will come from the @Valpakcoupons and @Savings Twitter handle and will share relevant coupons for flowers, chocolates, jewelry and more in an effort to make consumers' shopping experiences more valuable. Have a question on the best deal available, tweet with the hashtag #OutoftheBlueSavings between February 6-8 for real-time advice!
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Savings.com is a discount and savings website that scours the web to find top offers in every category from designer clothes and baby gear to big screen TVs and gourmet food. Its mission is to offer consumers the straightest, simplest road to the best deals online. Recently, they developed the app Favado which helps consumers save up to 50% on their groceries.
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