Valentine’s Day is an important date for economies worldwide, generating massive revenue in several essential sectors. From flower and jewelry spending to dining out and traveling, this holiday is worth over $27 billion in the United States alone. With consumers feeling more comfortable going out in public, 2022 should bring in major profits for flea market and swap meet vendors.
Some interesting 2021 Valentine’s Day statistics from Balancing Everything include:
● Americans spent $21.8 billion on Valentine’s Day in 2021.
● U.S. consumers spent $5.8 billion on jewelry on February 14th.
● The average amount spent on Valentine’s Day in 2021 was $164.76 per person.
● More than half of the spending or $11.7 billion went to gifts for spouses and partners.
● The average amount men spend on Valentine’s is $231.
● Women spend an average of $101 on Valentine’s Day.
In order to capitalize on this lovers holiday, here are some hot and trending Valentine’s Day products for 2022:
This Swarovski Elements Crystal Bracelet has a ton of sparkle in a pretty little package. Featuring a row of glittering Swarovski crystals, the bracelet stretches to fit any wrist size, making it comfortable to wear all day long. It looks great for any special occasion, but can also be worn with casual outfits so your customers can enjoy it all the time. This bracelet makes for a beautiful Valentine’s Day gift.
This lovely candle holder features a silvery framework of leaves and stems that burst with bright fuchsia blooms. Three flower-pattern candle cups await the candles of your customers’ choice, surrounded by precious little glass flowers. This is a Valentine’s Day gift that loved ones can appreciate for years to come.
Koehler Home Decor
Available in a variety of colors including fuschia, pink, red, gold, and silver, these adorable heart shaped coin bags are great for holding loose change and keep it from getting lost inside women’s purses. It is also great for a night out and can hold cash, cards, lip balms, and other small objects.
Lee’s Trade Inc