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NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 14: Customers choose cards and gifts at Walgreen's on Valentine's Day, February 14, 2014 in New York City. People made last-minute purchases for loved ones and special friends. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

It appears Charlotte has a lot of Valentine’s Day procrastinators.

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and for some that may not come as a surprise. For others, they will be waiting until the absolute last minute to prepare.

4over.com just compiled a ton of information about American’s and their Valentine’s Day habits, and the results are pretty shocking.

Valentine’s Day is a day to express your love to that special someone in your life, and whether it’s a card, flowers, a gift, or food, there are many ways that American’s celebrate. According to the study, 67% people participating said they plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but 50% admitted to waiting until the last minute to get anything.

Procrastinating can be risky, especially in a time when products are being manufactured slower, and shipping is taking longer and longer to arrive.

As it turns out, Charlotte is actually one of the worst cities when it comes to Valentine’s Day procrastinators. Charlotte ranked number 6 on the list of the worst Valentine’s Day procrastinators.

Worst Valentine’s Day Procrastinators by City¬†

  1. Denver
  2. Baltimore
  3. Las Vegas
  4. Boston
  5. Washington DC
  6. Charlotte 
  7. Houston
  8. Nashville
  9. Philadelphia
  10. Dallas

The study goes on to say that the most popular types of gifts for Valentine’s Day are chocolates and candies, so instead of procrastinating this year, this is your warning to go get your special someone a gift.