Romantic Hongkongers have been spending more money on Valentine’s Day gifts such as flowers and chocolates, as well as dinners and hotel breaks. Photo: Dreamstime Romantic Hongkongers have been spending more money on Valentine’s Day gifts such as flowers and chocolates, as well as dinners and hotel breaks. Photo: Dreamstime
Romantic Hongkongers have been spending more money on Valentine’s Day gifts such as flowers and chocolates, as well as dinners and hotel breaks. Photo: Dreamstime
Valentine's Day

Are Hongkongers getting more romantic? Money spent on Valentine’s Day climbs by almost two thirds, according to Mastercard’s Love Index

  • The city’s loved-up couples spent 62 per cent more on Valentine’s Day last year than they did in 2016, according to the Mastercard study

Topic |   Valentine's Day
Romantic Hongkongers have been spending more money on Valentine’s Day gifts such as flowers and chocolates, as well as dinners and hotel breaks. Photo: Dreamstime Romantic Hongkongers have been spending more money on Valentine’s Day gifts such as flowers and chocolates, as well as dinners and hotel breaks. Photo: Dreamstime
Romantic Hongkongers have been spending more money on Valentine’s Day gifts such as flowers and chocolates, as well as dinners and hotel breaks. Photo: Dreamstime
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