New Study Reveals How Many People Buy Valentine’s Day Gifts For More Than One Lover

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Roses are red, violets are blue. When did Valentine’s day become a day for more than two? A new study from Finder.com shows 35.5 percent of men will buy a Valentine’s Day gift for more than one partner. And 21.3 percent of women will buy gifts for multiple partners.

Monday’s all-ladies panel overwhelmingly agreed that Valentine’s Day is still an important holiday. Now, we’re asking our all-men panel, and you at home, how many Valentine’s Day gifts are you buying this year?

This episode’s panel features:
Fox Sports Charlotte radio host and comedian QCB
Charlotte City Councilman Larken Egleston
Editor-in-Chief of Queen City Nerve Ryan Pitkin
Matt Harris from The Matt and Ramona show on 107.9 The Link