2016’s Best and Worst Cities for Valentine’s Day

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Planning a romantic dinner or even a getaway to celebrate San Valentine’s Day with you love one? Read this first!

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner and America’s sweethearts planning to spend an average of $146.84 to a record total of $19.7 billion collectively on the occasion, the personal finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2016′s Best and Worst Cities for Valentine’s Day.

To find out which cities are the most romantic while going easy on couples’ wallets, WalletHub’s number crunchers compared the 100 most populated cities across 15 key metrics, ranging from restaurant-meal costs to number of attractions to number of florists per capita.

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  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

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Comparing the Best & Worst

  • 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.

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