For the first time, Valentine’s Day will be the day after the Super Bowl. How will this affect your plans?

The National Football League, for the first time in its history, completed a 17-game schedule during the regular season and will continue the expanded playoff format instituted in 2021.

With the extra week in the NFL playoffs, that means this year’s Super Bowl will be the most recent ever: February 13, the day before Valentine’s Day.

We couldn’t help but wonder, what will this mean for those who are also planning to celebrate Love Day on February 14?

Many have been clamoring for years that the Monday following the Super Bowl be a national holiday so people can recover from the parties they attended, but we think it could. not were what some had in mind.

So how are things going to go this year, given the busy schedule of events?

Will people be too celebrating Super Bowl festivities to celebrate Valentine’s Day as usual?

Will there be more people than usual leaving work on Valentine’s Day to recover from the Super Bowl and to spend time celebrating with loved ones?

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Or, knowing that Valentine’s Day is the next day, will people be more inclined to stay home and watch the big game, rather than going out? Will the pandemic play a role?

With many outings to Super Bowl parties the day before Valentine’s Day, could this lead to a record number of take-out orders and far fewer people making restaurant reservations on Valentine’s night?

Can already understaffed restaurants “all on deck” for essentially four consecutive busy days, given that Super Bowl Sunday and Valentine’s Day will collide with normal weekend activity?

Without a doubt, the two successive “vacations” could mean changes for some, but the good news is that it won’t happen again until 2028.

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