Poll results: No love for phones on Valentine's day

Poll results: No love for phones on Valentine's day
While we love to get expensive stuff for those we love, some holidays just don't call for this type of devotion. And they don't call for gadgets and gizmos. Well, that's all according to personal perception, of course — nobody can tell you what you and your special someone like to get as a present.

But we thought we'd ask you — seeing how many red- or pink-themed phones get launched around Valentine's Day each year, and seeing the many BOGO deals or buy one, get one at a discount deals, we were wondering — how many of you go out and get a phone for their better half?

So, we posted a poll, because we all know Internet polls are always the most accurate representation of the truth. And this is how you voted:

Would (did) you buy a smartphone / smartwatch as a Valentine's Day gift?

Yup!
19.5%
If I find a good deal like BOGO or buy one get one half-off
10.33%
Nope, heart-shaped candy is already expensive enough as it is
70.17%

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4 Comments

1. PhoenixFirebird

Posts: 114; Member since: Oct 10, 2016

So many single people here. No wonder why they’re geeks XD

2. libra89

Posts: 2221; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

Haha. Well, no one would actually buy me the phone I want so I'll rather not get a phone that I wouldn't buy for myself.

3. southernzombie

Posts: 352; Member since: Jan 17, 2017

I say no, I'm happily married. Valentines day is a stupid "holiday" tho. My wife gets random presents throughout the year instead of gifts on a day where its expected. Sure I'll buy her a nice card and rose or something small but by no means do I spend hundreds of dollars on gifts for Valentines day.

4. Venom

Posts: 3015; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

I'm not single.

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