Many are looking forward to showing their loved ones just how much they care on Feb. 14, but there are plenty more looking forward to 50% off heart-shaped boxes of chocolate come Feb. 15.
With two-for-one deals on those Russell Stover chocolates regularly priced at $25, and sugary snacks that just might hold us over until the day after Halloween, there isn't much to hate about the celebratory day after Valentine's Day.
The discounted candy practically calls you by name, but if you happen to be overwhelmed with the bulk in sales, CandyStore.com can help you make a "commit-mint".
The website has compiled a list of the most popular Valentine's Day candy in each state. You may be surprised by the results but the company isn't playing any "twix".
According to data from the past 12 years from their online candy store and industry partners, Conversation Hearts rule the nation with M&M's as a close runner-up.
Tennessee seems to adore the candy conversation starters, with Georgia opting for the traditional romantic chocolate dessert. Alabama may be paying homage to New York Fashion week with their choice of candy necklaces, who knows?
Check out the map to see what type of candy your state is devoted to: