Relationships can be tricky, especially when it comes to gift giving.
A recent survey conducted by TopCashback.com revealed the gifting habits of Americans during the holidays, and found that 60% believe the amount of thought that goes into gift-giving directly reflects how much time one puts into their relationship.
The survey also found that 9% of Americans "intentionally terminate" a relationship to avoid buying gifts.
Of the more than 2,000 adults who were polled for the survey, 31% said they'll spend $51-$100 on a present for their significant other, while 26% will spend $26-$50 and 14% will drop $101-$150.
Forty-nine percent of those surveyed said they plan on buying clothes for their partner, 44% will buy perfume or cologne and 41% will buy tech gifts. But when it comes to what men and women actually want, there are some differences.
Women said they want:
- 51% want jewelry
- 46% want gift cards
- 45% want perfume
Men said they want:
- 59% want tech gifts
- 37% want clothes
- 29% want gift cards