This Pennsylvania city is one of the top 20 best places to celebrate Valentine’s Day: study


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This Pennsylvania city is one of the top 20 best places to celebrate Valentine’s Day: study

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If you’re not single and not ready to hook up, but you’re attracted, head to Pennsylvania this February 14th.

A city in Keystone State was recently listed as one of the top 20 best places to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

WalletHub — the creators of the ranking study — first assessed the 100 most populous cities in the U.S., then they looked at four key Valentine’s Day dimensions — “Budget”; “Activity;” “Gift Accessibility;” And “weather forecast” – before weighing each subcategory (also applies to Valentine’s Day, such as “the cost of a three-course meal for two”) to arrive at a final conclusion.

The study found that Pittsburgh — made of steel but soft on the inside, apparently — was the fifteenth best city in the country to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

And the top five? Well, those would be (in ascending order): San Diego, CA; Orlando, FL; Honolulu, HI; Seattle, WA; and San Francisco, CA.

Countdown to five, absolutely Worst It would be (in descending order this time): Birmingham, AL; Newark, NJ; Detroit, MI; San Bernardino, CA; and Hialeah, FL.

(Philadelphia received an honorable mention at No. 77.)

As this research used to be WalletHub, created by a financial website, asked some experts to give those celebrating Valentine’s Day some advice on how to avoid bankruptcy. Atanas Nikolov-Ph.D. Assistant Professor and Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management, Appalachian State University School of Business – Empowers the following wisdom:

“rule [number one]: Celebrate Valentine’s Day with no debt, whether it’s a gift, flowers or a fancy dinner! The idea is not to overspend and regret afterwards, but to focus on what really matters – being with that special someone!

“There are some ground rules – namely don’t spend more than X money on gifts, dinner, etc. You can make a rule of not using your smartphone for a day and just focus on each other. Be created!”

You hear the man’s voice – the iPhone is off, but the heart is watching.

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