So yeah, Valentine Week 2019 is here. You know that some super special days are about to come, don’t you? You may be planning to give your partner gifts this romantic week but have you saved enough for your Valentines Week budget?

Some of you may have concerns about the budget and the cost. Don’t worry! In this article, you are going to get a glimpse of how much you should spend on each day.

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How Much Should You Spend On Valentines Week Budget?

How much is your Valentines Day budget?

Without further ado, let’s get started.

#1. Rose Day- February 7

As you all know, the first one is Rose Day. That’s on February 7th. The best gift is a bouquet of roses. You can buy a decent one for $20 or less. If you are on a shoelace budget, you can even go for a small bunch for only $10. There’s no minimum or maximum quantity just to be romantic. It’s always the thought that will count. The bouquet usually costs around $50 to $100. That depends on how well you look at a thrift shop or your bargaining ability.

Cost: $10-$100

#2. Propose Day- February 8

Do you want to take your relationship to the next level? Then, you can gift an engagement ring. That would cost you at least $50. Or you can go crazy and spend $100,000. But that is a story for another day.

In case you are going to propose to initiate your relationship, you can gift a greeting card that proclaims your love or something similar. That is not more than $10.

Cost: $10-$50

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#3. Chocolate Day- February 9

The day says it all. Chocolate is the objective that you should give her. You won’t have to worry about it here as they are available for all budgets.

You can buy chocolates for $5 as well as $50. It is up to you and your budget which one to go with. Just make it romantic with a good and creative gesture.

Cost: $5-$50

#4. Teddy Day- February 10

Again, it is up to your budget. The best thing you can choose as a gift is a teddy bear. And, you can get one for $5 as well as $100.

I recommend you buy one in red color. The more decorations the doll has, the more price you will have to pay.

Cost: $5-$100

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#5. Promise Day- February 11

Are you serious about your relationship? If you think he/she is the one, you can get his/her name as a permanent tattoo on your body. (Will cost you somewhere in between $100 and $200). It will let the other one knows that you are going to keep your promise to be with him/her forever.

Cost: $100-$200

#6. Hug Day- February 12

Yeah, the best gift you can ever give on this day is a tight hug. Hold him/her like you are not going to let go of that person. Feel the warmth of his/her body.

Cost: N/A

#7. Kiss Day- February 13

Do you want me to tell you what to do? Just kiss him/her. Let your passion flows through your lips. To make it more special, why don’t you kiss by the moonlight or somewhere you both have never been before. A place so special, it will make the kiss different from any you have had before.

Cost: N/A

#8. Valentines Day- February 14

Finally, the main event is here. You can go for any of the gifts given above. Or go for something DIY, a photo album, a card or some other crafts. Your partner is going to get amazed at your skills.

Cost: $5-$100

Wrapping Up

So, that’s it! I hope you got a clear idea about the expenditure. On average, you will have to spend at least $100-$150, by keeping the tattooing out of the equation.

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