Saving money and showing your Valentine you care don’t always go hand-in-hand. Never fear! We’ve found several ways for you to show your special someone a good time without breaking the bank.
Go for a Stroll
A romantic stroll through the park or your neighborhood is a great way for you and your Valentine to delight in each other’s company and save money. If you’re looking for something a bit more strenuous, try going for a hike at a local trail or nature preserve.
Ride Your Bike
A romantic bike ride is yet another way to log some exercise time while spending quality time with your love. If you don’t own a bike, you should be able to rent one from a local bike shop or through a bike sharing service.
Unleash your competitive side with some bowling, laser tag, or mini golf this year. Select mini golf courses even offer a BYOB option for their customers who are over 21. A glass of bubbly and putt putt sound like a winning combination, right?
Support the Arts
One way to impress your date and save a little cash is to check your local art scene. Look for museums that offer reduced or free admission, as well as shows performed by local musicians to show off your artistic tastes.
Avoid the crowds and a hefty bill at the end of the night by staying in this Valentine’s Day. Try out a new recipe and fire up Netflix for a date everyone can enjoy.
Save money on your meal by making it a lunch date this year. If a movie is on the agenda, make it a matinée. By moving up your timeline, you’re sure to keep a some extra cash in your wallet.
Check out Groupon to save on dinner or Valentine’s activity. Groupon provides you with seemingly endless savings opportunities, as well as a chance to try something new if you’re feeling adventurous.
Don’t let planning a romantic day take away from the fun you’re supposed to have! The most important thing to remember is that you and your date should enjoy yourselves.
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