Who expects more for Valentine’s Day? The answer may surprise you

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When you think of Valentine’s Day, you probably think of flowers and candy for your significant other.

However, a new survey shows that your loved one may be disappointed in the usual gifts.

A survey by Chase Blueprint Shares showed that men are expecting women to spend 15 percent more on a gift than they plan to spend on their wives.

According to the survey, men expect women to spend nearly $230 on them for Valentine’s Day.

On the other hand, women surveyed say they expect their husbands to spend $196 on them for the holiday.

In reality, women plan on spending about $71, while men plan on spending about $98 on presents this Valentine’s Day.

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