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Test your Valentine’s knowledge! Dan Spindle and Matt Johnson take a holiday quiz

In honor of Valentine’s Day, it’s only fitting that we play a competitive game of Valentine’s Day Trivia! From Valentine’s past to Valentine’s present, these questions will test your holiday knowledge.

Dan Spindle and Matt Johnson with KSL news agreed to be our contestants.


Valentine’s Day Trivia

1 – How many Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged each year?

A. 300 million
B. 145 million
C. 60 million

2 – In what year did the first written Valentine’s appear?

A. 1647
B. 200
C. 1415

3 – What is the most popular Valentine’s gift in the U.S?

A. Flowers
B. Chocolates
C. Card

4 – What is the top candy purchased for Valentine’s Day in Utah?

A. Hershey Kisses
B. M&M’s
C. Conversation Hearts

5 – What percentage of people will dine out on Valentine’s Day?

A. 43%
B. 65%
C. 31%



6 – When did Megan Markle and Prince Harry get married?

A. 2014
B. 2016
C. 2018

7 – Who is Emily Blunt married to?

A. Ryan Reynolds
B. John Krasinski
C. Ryan Gosling

8 – Which pair starred in 3 romantic movies together?

A. Julia Roberts & Hugh Grant
B. Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan
C. Drew Barrymore & Jimmy Fallon

9 – What is Brooke Walker’s husband’s name?

A. Marc
B. Michael
C. Dave

10 – How many kids do Brooke & Marc have?

A. 3
B. 5
C. 4



  1. {B: 145 million: Hallmark says 145 million valentines cards are exchanged each year}
  2. {C: 1415: The oldest known valentine still in existence today was a poem written in 1415 by Charles, Duke of Orleans, to his wife while he was imprisoned in the Tower of London}
  3. {B: Chocolates: According to Statista, Chocolates are the most popular}
  4. {A: Hershey Kisses: According to experts at the Candy Store. M&M’s and Conversation Hearts are 2nd & 3rd.}
  5. {A: 43%: Data collected by Morning Consult says that post-pandemic, only 43% of people plan to dine out.}
  6. {C: 2018}
  7. {B: John Krasinski}
  8. {B: Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan: Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve Got Mail, and Joe vs the Volcano}
  9. {A: Marc}
  10. {C: 4}

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