Oh, Valentine’s Day. We all have a classic love-hate relationship with the 14th of February. If you aren’t in love, you just plain hate it, and if you are in love, someone’s wallet hates it. So where is the best place to celebrate Valentine’s Day based upon all of the happiness factors including price, travel, weather and activities?

WalletHub recently conducted a study to find out.

States Ranked:

 

Best Cities for Valentine’s Day

Worst Cities for Valentine’s Day

  1 San Francisco, CA   91 Winston-Salem, NC
  2 Scottsdale, AZ   92 Milwaukee, WI
  3 Honolulu, HI   93 North Las Vegas, NV
  4 Orlando, FL   94 Toledo, OH
  5 Seattle, WA   95 Philadelphia, PA
  6 Las Vegas, NV   96 Newark, NJ
  7 Portland, OR   97 San Bernardino, CA
  8 Irvine, CA   98 Cleveland, OH
  9 Chandler, AZ   99 Detroit, MI
  10 Pittsburgh, PA   100 Hialeah, FL

 

Valentine’s Day Takeaways:

  • The cost of a restaurant meal for two* is highest in Miami, which is four times more expensive than in Irvine, Calif., the city with the lowest.
  • The average price per movie ticket* is highest in Cleveland, which is four times more expensive than in Fremont, Calif., the city with the lowest.
  • The average wine price* is highest in Cleveland, which is five times more expensive than in Irvine, Calif., the city with the lowest.
  • The number of jewelry stores per capita is highest in Miami, which is 45 times more than in North Las Vegas, Nev., the city with the lowest.
  • The number of florists per capita is highest in Miami, which is 14 times more than in North Las Vegas, Nev., the city with the lowest.
  • The number of chocolate shops per capita is highest in Orlando, Fla., which is 29 times more than in Santa Ana, Calif., the city with the lowest.
  • The number of restaurants per capita is highest in Orlando, Fla., which is 10 times more than in North Las Vegas, Nev., the city with the lowest.

Source: WalletHub

There you have it folks. Go forth and travel to your perfect Valentine’s Day destination. And remember, all you need is love…

and a healthy supply of credit cards on hand.

 

 

For more, you can read the full finding Here.

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Lexi Herrick
Lexi Herrick
Lexi is the founder of HerTrack.com. She is also an SEO Nerd living in New York City with her cat and collection of cheesy coffee mugs. Lexi contributes to a number of online publications and is always trying to get involved in the conversation. She's an advocate for equality, knowledge, healthy relationships, compassion, self-confidence, integrity and above all, love. She's addicted to caffeinated beverages and people who make her smile.
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