Valentine’s Day is almost here and if you haven’t done your shopping yet, don’t worry. We are Stretching Your Dollar with expert tips that won’t break the bank.

Consumers are ready to spend big on Valentine’s Day this year, to the tune of $25 billion, according to the National Retail Federation.

If you haven’t bought a gift yet for that special someone, shopping expert Trae Bodge from truetrae.com has some ideas about what’s trending this year.

“Experiences have become very, very popular, especially with millennials and Gen Z ers. I think that folks don’t have a lot of room for a lot of stuff. Personalization continues to be very popular. And it also indicates that you’ve given some thought to your gift if you have something custom-made for that person,” Bodge said.

Bodge said things that are trending on social can also be a good idea.

“Maybe you can score your partner one of the Stanley Cups from Target or something like that would be a fun gift for Valentine’s Day,” Bodge said.

If you’re on a budget, Bodge said photo gifts can be personal and not that expensive.

“You could go to your favorite drugstore chain, like a Walgreens or CVS and have, for example, a photo book made or, a photo print made that same day. That could cost you maybe 20, $25 that that’s a very affordable option,” she explained.

Also, you don’t have to spend a lot on traditional gifts like flowers or candy.

“Candy is kind of the number one gift that people plan to give. And what’s great about candy, unless you’re buying something super high-end, is that it’s affordable,” Bodge said.

In the end, Bodge said you don’t need to go overboard with spending. It is the thought that counts. You don’t want to carry debt month after month just to show someone you love them.

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