2022 Valentine’s Day Spending Results

April 5, 2022 Rio Roses / Equiflor

The results are in, and they’re exciting: The latest National Retail Federation survey showed that Valentine’s Day spending reached $23.9 billion this year. That’s an increase of more than $2 billion from 2021 and the second-highest amount on record. Individual spending was also the second highest in the survey’s history at $175.41 per person, up from $164.76 in 2021.

NRF: Mother’s Day Spending to Total $28.1 Billion

Mother’s Day spending is expected to total a record $28.1 billion this year, up $1.4 billion from 2020, according to the annual survey released today by the National Retail Federation. Approximately 83 percent of U.S. adults are expected to celebrate the annual holiday.

Average Easter Spending Expected to be Highest on Record

Consumers plan to spend an average of $179.70 this Easter, the highest figure on record, according to results of the annual survey released today by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics. A total of 79 percent of Americans will celebrate the holiday and spend a collective $21.6 billion, down slightly from last year’s pre-pandemic forecast of $21.7 billion.

NRF: Valentine’s Day Spending to Total $21.8 Billion

February 1, 2021 National Retail Federation

Just over half (52 percent) of U.S. adults plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year, spending a total of $21.8 billion, according to the annual survey released today by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics.

Confident Consumers and Broader Buying Lead to Record Valentine’s Day Spending Plans

February 4, 2020 National Retail Federation

The unusually large increase in average spending appears to be due to strong consumer finances and a continued trend of consumers buying more gifts, cards, candy and flowers for friends, family, co-workers and pets.