If you're anything like the rest of the world, you probably haven't figured out what you're going to give out to your friends and loved ones this year for Valentine's Day. If you haven't picked out presents for your special someone, it's not too late. You can always fall back on the roses, chocolates or jewelry. According to CNN.com's numbers, on Valentine's Day $1.9 billion will be spent on flowers, $4.4 billion will be spent on diamonds, gold, and silver, and $1.6 billion will be spent on candy. One of the most popular gifts by far, though, are Valentine's day cards, with 151 million exchanged over the course of the day, and over 1,400 different varieties at your local Hallmark Store.
Now, here at Landmark Home Warranty, we've come across a concerning trend. We were trying to find the perfect Valentines to give to our friends and neighbors, but we were shocked (just shocked!) when we couldn't find ANY home warranty Valentines! How are we supposed to express ourselves on the most loving day of the year? Well luckily, we've saved the day by creating our very own batch of home warranty Valentines that you can print out and give to your friends and family. We've even gone so far as to explain who you should give each Valentine to, and what each one symbolizes.
IF YOU WERE A HOME, I'D BE A HOME WARRANTY SO I COULD PROTECT YOU
Who You Should Give This Valentine to: Your mother, or child.
What it Means: This Valentine is less about love and romance, and more about the true love of protection, and what symbolizes protection more than a home warranty? As you know, a home warranty protects its customers when their appliances or home systems fail from normal wear and tear. Home warranties provide peace of mind, because homeowners know that they won't have to spend thousands of dollars on home repairs and replacements if they have a home warranty. When you give this Valentine, make sure you give it to someone who you want to take care of, just like a home warranty takes care of its customers.
LET'S CHILL, VALENTINE ...
Who You Should Give this Valentine to: A friend, but not one you're romantically interested in.
What it Means: This Valentine really shows how much you like spending time with the person you're giving it to; you want to chill with them by your air conditioner that you just fixed with a home warranty! It doesn't mean you want a commitment, it just means you just want to hang out with them by some excellently repaired appliances.
ARE YOU A HOME WARRANTY? BECAUSE YOU MAKE ME WANT TO HAVE MY APPLIANCES BREAK DOWN SO YOU CAN FIX THEM.
Who You Should Give this Valentine to: Your crush.
What it Means: This Valentine symbolizes that you're interested in getting to know the person you're giving it to ... and that you think they're really good at home repairs just like a home warranty company! A home warranty company takes care of homeowners' failed appliances and home systems when they break down due to normal wear and tear. When a homeowner has something break down that's covered in their home warranty, they call their home warranty company, who sends a contractor out to fix or replace the problematic system or appliance for a small service call fee. This Valentine shows you trust your crush and want to spend time with them, just like your feelings with Landmark Home Warranty.
I BOUGHT YOUR VALENTINE'S DAY GIFT USING THE MONEY I SAVED WITH MY HOME WARRANTY
Who You Should Give this Valentine to: The girl or guy who thinks you're really bad with money. You should also buy an extremely pricey item to give to them, to prove the Valentine right.
What it Means: Everybody knows one of the most money-savvy things a person can do is to get a home warranty. When you show the person you're interested in that you've saved all that money with a home warranty, and bought them a nice gift, they'll never doubt your money saving skills again.
YOU MAKE ME WANT A HOME WARRANTY SO I CAN SPEND ALL THE MONEY I SAVE ON YOU.
Who You Should Give this Valentine to: Reversely, this card should be given to your beau who thinks you're cheap and never spend any money on him or her.
What it Means: Like we said before, everyone knows that you save a lot of money when you get a home warranty. Confessing that you like this person enough to spend all of that money you saved by getting the best home warranty, really proves to them that you're not cheap at all! You're welcome.
LET'S HEAT THINGS UP, VALENTINE... WITH MY FURNACE THAT I JUST HAD REPAIRED WITH MY LANDMARK HOME WARRANTY.
Who You Should Give this Valentine to: Your life partner!
What it Means: This Valentine is for your life partner ... someone you love, and want to cuddle up with and get toasty warm with thanks to the brand new furnace Landmark just installed!
I'll COOK YOU DINNER, VALENTINE ... WITH MY OVEN THAT I JUST HAD REPAIRED WITH MY LANDMARK HOME WARRANTY.
Who You Should Give this Valentine to: The person you really want to impress.
What it Means: This Valentine is for the person you don't know that well, but you definitely want to take it to the next level by showing your amazing skills in the kitchen ... and with your brand new oven that was just replaced thanks to Landmark Home Warranty.
I'LL DO THE DISHES, VALENTINE...
WITH MY NEW DISHWASHER I JUST GOT REPLACED WITH MY LANDMARK HOME WARRANTY.
Who You Should Give this Valentine to: your partner.
What it Means: This particular Valentine shows more commitment in a relationship. It proves that even though you hate doing the dishes, you'll do them for your partner because you love them. Especially when the brand new dishwasher from your home warranty company is involved.
ROSES ARE RED, VIOLETS ARE BLUE, I JUST PAID LESS THAN $100 AND GOT MY FURNACE FOR BRAND NEW!
Who You Should Give this Valentine to: This particular Valentine should be given to the person you feel obligated to give something to, but you don't have anything romantic to say to them.
What it Means: Really, it just means you're bragging about your amazing home warranty company, because Landmark is that great.Need more Valentines? Take a look at these: