Savoo Advises the UK's Romantics to Look for Valentine's Day Gifts Early to Ensure Best Value for Money

By Savoo, PRNE
Sunday, January 23, 2011

LONDON, January 24, 2011 - Florists, restaurants and retailers often increase prices for special
Valentine's Day gifts, when consumers are often forced into making purchases
at any cost to fulfil the expectations of their partner, so voucher code site ( is advising people to shop early to
avoid a pricey February 14th.

Despite being in the midst of recession, 2010 Valentine's Day online
spending was up 66 per cent on the previous year, according to analysis by
Coremetrics UK. If this trend in increased spending is set to continue in
2011, romantic shoppers should take the opportunity to demonstrate their love
whilst also saving money through a discount voucher, says Savoo, and the
percentage saved can go towards an extra gift or saved for the next special

PayPal's research found that one third of Brits spend between GBP50 and
on Valentine's Gifts and it is single people who spend more than those
already in relationships as they try to woo their perfect love match. The
most popular gifts bought in the name of St Valentine's are chocolates,
flowers, cuddly toys and lingerie as well as romantic meals for two, but
simple and cost-effective ideas like creating a mixed CD can melt even the
hardest of hearts.

For those who don't want to break the bank, voucher codes from Savoo are
the ideal way to obtain free delivery offers or a large percentage discount.
For lingerie and underwear, shoppers need look no further than the Simply
Yours Voucher Code ( to
receive 15 per cent off any first order placed before the 31st January.
Romeos who are prepared nice and early can please their girlfriends or wives
and their wallets by getting a 10% discount on all bouquet, plant or flower
package orders placed by the end of January when they use Savoo's Bunches
Discount Voucher (

For more information on Savoo and to browse the best deals and voucher
codes from the top online stores, visit

Contact: Pete Goold, +44(0)1858-411-600,

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