This Valentine’s Day, eBay’s ‘For the One’ campaign is offering shoppers great value, selection and exclusive charity auctions making it easy to celebrate what makes the loved ones in their life unique and special.

According to the National Retail Federation, consumers are expected to spend $18.9 billion this Valentine’s Day: $4.8 billion on jewelry, $3.6 billion for a special night out, $2 billion on clothing, and $1.5 billion on gift cards.

“eBay knows what people are shopping for this Valentine’s Day and we are curating deals and exclusive charity auctions to make it easy for them to find the perfect gift,” says Hal Lawton, senior vice president, eBay North America. “By harnessing the power of our global marketplace, we’re able to provide consumers with an ideal destination to shop for the loved ones in their life.”

eBay for Charity has teamed up with The Bachelor and The Bachelorette and Warner Bros. to auction off one-of-a-kind experiences. Both charity auctions will begin Feb.1 and end Feb.10 with all proceeds benefitting the American Heart Association.

  • The Bachelor/Bachelorette: Bid for the chance to win a double-date with former stars of “The Bachelor” Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici; additionally, enter to win a double-date with “The Bachelorette” stars Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth. Both experiences will offer an all-expenses paid trip and personalized double-date in each couple’s hometown.
  • Warner Bros.: For the new film How to be Single, starring Rebel Wilson and Dakota Johnson, fans can bid on the ultimate girl’s night out with an all-expenses paid trip to New York City for one winner and a guest, movie premiere tickets and autographed items.

To access the auctions, click here.

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