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Mario’s Valentine’s Day gifting suggestions include apps and gas

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Mario knows how to charm the ladies.

The R&B singer, 34, has traded his trips to the nail salon and barber shop for at-home manicures and pedicures from girlfriend Kris Stephens during the coronavirus pandemic, and he’s keeping it simple for Valentine’s Day, too.

“I will tell guys to play to your strengths and master it. I think a good gift right now is to pay for a whole year of a person’s favorite app. A full tank of gas in the car, a pack of hair, groceries for a couple of days,” he told Page Six Style.

“Just find out how to make the person in your life’s [daily routine] a little easier and pleasant while you’re in it.”

Perhaps the perfect gift for Mario fans this year would be a ticket to his virtual concert, “The Luxury of Love: Live.” Set for February 14, the live-streamed event costs $20 for general admission or $100 for a ticket and a post-show meet and greet with the musician himself.

“This virtual concert is for single women and couples stuck at home. So pull up, fix her some food and enjoy the show,” he said.

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