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Valentine’s day Source: Fox News spoke with an expert Who will Lewis, who is involved with the charity throughout the year in order to learn more about the heart-break. Lewis is the co-founder of the company, is a club tailor-made service, is located in New York, California, and went on to explain the theories surrounding Valentine’s day are murky, the stories behind them, are helping to contribute to the February 14 holiday, which we celebrate today.

Every year on Valentine’s day, lovers all over the world are pulling out all the stops for their loved ones.

From the traditional flowers and chocolates to expensive gifts such as diamonds, the holiday is just as much about how to spend your hard earned money when it comes to love.

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In fact, this year consumers are expected to spend an average of $196.31, and, to a record total of $ 27.4 billion, according to data released by the National Retail Federation (NRF).

So, if you’re feeling the pressure to give your significant other the perfect gift for V-Day, it is most likely because of the commercialization of the holiday, it is due to the revolutionary design.

The origins of Valentine’s day is always a huge commercial holiday, apparently, can be traced back to the United States of america. (Photo: iStock)

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The origins of Valentine’s day is always a huge commercial holiday, apparently, can be traced back to the United States of america.

While the practice of giving to your Valentine’s day greeting card was made with a centuries-long tradition in the uk, where the holiday was born, it wasn’t until Valentine’s Day, it was “rejuvenated” on the other side of the pond in the middle of the 19th Century saw a commercial boom, according to the Library of Congress.

In the “Old World” of the celebration, it was “often” and “very neglected” by those in the US, Things took a turn in the 1840’s, when the holiday was transformed into something “not-to-be-missed,” author Leigh Eric Schmidt wrote in a 1995 book, “Consumer Rites: The Buying & Selling of American Holidays.”

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Merchants in the industry such as jewelers, florists, and confectioners, ultimately, is also a member of the bandwagon.

“Trade, rather than ethnicity would be the creative and guiding hand at the holiday’s, the American renaissance,” Schmidt wrote. “While merchants are “rediscovered” in the [holiday], as the former transformed the latter, not vice versa, as merchants systematically extended the apparatus of the market into the sphere of the celebration.”

While companies may not have created the holiday, and its traditions, they have certainly capitalized on it. Fast forward to today, and we can expect to see companies rolling in the dough, as the number of Americans plan to celebrate it this year has risen to 55 per cent from 51 per cent in the previous year.

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Department stores are the most popular Valentine’s day shopping destination, and are visited by 36 per cent, of the shoppers, the NRF reports. Thirty-two percent of shoppers are expected to search for a business discount, and online shopping, while 19 percent were in specialized stores, 17 percent at the first-rate quality, 15 per cent from local small businesses, boutiques, and jewelry stores have been linked with an 11 percent of the shopping public.

So, while Valentine’s Day can be a vacation romance, there is nothing accidental about her and tends to make to get to your pockets. Love may be free, but Valentine’s day as we know it? Not a lot of.

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