Spend Less This Valentine’s Day (And Win an iPod Touch!)

By Linsey Knerl on 29 January 2009 (Updated 18 September 2009) 852 comments

***Congratulations to Emerson (Comment #360)... You have won the iPod Touch.  We have contacted you by email, and you will have 48 hours to claim your prize, or another winner will be drawn. ****

 

I’ll admit that I’m not as crazy for V-Day as I once was.  The romance is still there, but my husband and I quit getting extravagant with our gifts once more of our money started going toward diapers.  Still, it’s the little things that can touch your heart, so why not start small with a personalized gift that won’t break the bank?  Here are our favorite tips: 

Last Minute Valentine Cakes on the Fly– Myscha makes bakin’ up some love seem simple.  Maybe because it really is! 

Couplehood:  Avoiding the Valentine’s Clichés – Some might call Andrea cynical.  We call her amazing.  Read up on how to avoid being put into some kind of predictable “love box,” and gain some frugal inspiration at the same time. 

Valentine Ideas for the Single Crowd – I know.  Not everyone is “lucky in love.”  But some would consider themselves pretty darn lucky to be single.  (This one’s for you.) 

Flower Power: A Guide to Frugal Valentine’s Flowers – Roses are a racket, but that doesn’t mean you have to forgo the flowers.  This guide can save your marriage (and at least $50.) 

Cheap and Romantic Ideas for Valentine’s Day – Perfect for any day of the year, these are just plain sweet (and many are free!) 

There’s no excuse to avoiding a great gift, just because you’re a little strapped this holiday.  If in doubt, a modern version of the mix-tape is always a great idea.  To help you out, we’ve teamed up with Walmart and Nestle to give one of you lucky readers an 8GB iPod Touch – perfect for uploading your favorite tunes from Walmart.com (or any of the top love songs picked by the 11Moms.)  We’ll even throw in a gift card for your first 10 songs!

To be eligible to win, comment on this post with your favorite frugal V-Day tip.  You have until February 10th to enter.  (Winner will be announced on February 14th!)  U.S. and Canada only.  Must be 18 or older to enter.

Wise Bread will not sell or use your email address for any purpose other than to contact the winner. 

And don’t forget to check out all the cool gift ideas, tips, and promotions at http://www.walmart.com/sweetideas.  They include a cool “Blow a Kiss” phone app, special eValentines, and a totally affordable holiday gift guide.  Can you feel the love?

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marc

Valentine's day is such an overtly commercial thing nowadays, but a little thought makes it so much more. I use Hand written notes that express more than a store bought card ever could.

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marc

Valentine's day is such an overtly commercial thing nowadays, but a little thought makes it so much more. I use Hand written notes that express more than a store bought card ever could.

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Grizdave

We do dinner at home with a good bottle of wine.

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Iris N

My husband knows me as a frugal gal who loves her coupons so he made me a personal coupon book for Valentine's Day last year. He typed it up on the computer and it had coupons for..."A free back massage" and "You win the argument"..(I love this one) Another one was "A night off cooking" They were really funny and fun. He included a romantic candle and a book in the package. He is pretty amazing!

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Jeanette H.

Take the time to cook your special someone a nice dinner. It will cost a lot less then going out and the fact that you put your heart into it and took the time to cook will mean much more.

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Denise B.

We're always very frugal, and there's nothing like a home-cooked meal.

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cam205

Should go well!

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Eileen

Write a note to your spouse telling them the top 10 reasons you love them. In this fast-paced world we can easily take these qualities for granted.

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Sarah Salway

Keep it simple. It doesn't have to be elaborate to be romantic, just sincere. Some of the most romantic evenings I have ever spent were just taking a walk together hand-in-hand under the moonlight or staying in with chinese take-out and a great romantic movie. Sometimes, it is just the gift of each other that means the most. I would rather have my husband's time and attention than the biggest diamond in the world.

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David

I like to take my girlfriend out somewhere romantic but free, such as a walk in the park or beach, or wine in front of a roaring fire. The great outdoors is free, and wine/chocolate picnic pack is easy to bring with you and much cheaper than a restaurant meal.

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hofken

We agree to no TV, no computers - just go to bed early and TALK (and whatever)

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Dave

There's not much left to say that hasn't already been said here. But certainly less is more. A hand-made card is such a more personal and intimate expression of love than a $5 store-bought card. Who needs a fancy restaurant when you can have a candle-lit dinner in the comfort of your own home (and you don't have to dress up). Thank you for the generous give-away!

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JennyB

My boyfriend has talked about wanting to find time to write. Therefore for his valentine's day present, I found this really nice, but inexpensive journal. I plan on writing the first entry and hope that he continues it. Its personal, sentinmental, cheap, and something that i know he will appreciate.

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steff

just found you today ...

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Joyce

I love the idea of taking a hike together. Go somewhere different and take in the beauty that surrounds you(including your partner!).

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Gisele Phipps

Instead of an impersonal and expensive restaurants, I am going to build a fire in the fireplace and we will have a sexy picnic in front of the fire with sparkling wine and a red checkered tablecloth on the floor.

I always write my husband a love poem for Valentine's Day to remind him of our journey of the year together and our dreams for a future together as well.

Lastly, to show him how much I love him all year long, every year for Valentine's Day I take a special box and fill it wil little things he might want when he is at his office -- ibuprophen, breath mints, snack bars, antacid tablets, batteries, little boxes of raisins, tissues, etc. When he needs a headache pill or a cold tablet or a battery he will know I am taking care of him.

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Guest

Since my divorce, I've viewed Valentine's Day as a day to celebrate all the people, in my life, whom I love and treasure.

Each person receives a handwritten note about what is special about them, and our friendship.

For my amazingly talented and loving 12 yr old daughter, I give a special 'book' of loving compliments about her and her accomplishments.

For my foster children, I take extra time to sit with each of them and tell them how wonderful they are and how lucky we are to have them living with us.

Karen

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Karen

For the last two years, my boyfriend and I have celebrated Valentine's Day by taking a relaxing bath together complete with candlelight, rose petals, bubbles, and a glass of red wine. He won't admit it to anyone, but I know he enjoys it just as much as me. For less than $20, we both spend a relaxing evening together, and nothing beats having your back rubbed by your significant other!

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Tms

learn the lyrics to your Valentine's favorite song - practice singing and then take them to karaoke and sing the song in front of all your friends. Very romantic.

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Brenden

I'm sure lots of other people have said this, but I think cooking a nice dinner at home is more intimate than a restaurant. And even with fancy ingredients it will be cheaper than going out.

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Guest

Always always always make your own thoughtful and/or funny greeting cards. Spend time and effort on it. You'll have a treasure that can't be bought in a store.

Great giveaway. Thanks!

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Marjo

I love to grill ribeye steaks, add loaded baked potatoes, and a salad with candlelite and wine, and an evening alone. Eating out is too busy and usually the food ends up being lousy, so being at home, alone with someone special is way better.

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Logan

Make your special someone a meal yourself. Instead of going out to a restaurant and spending a fortune, this will show your creative culinary skills and really impress them!

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We celebrate love in general with a nice family dinner, maybe some special cookies & ice cream or cupcakes for dessert, and saying one thing we each really love about each other. And my daughter makes handmade Valentine's for her classmates.

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Jackie

A great way to not spend too much on Valentine's Day is to just go out and buy some groceries to make you and your love's favorite dishes for dinner (especially one that have significance) and make dessert (like cheesecake or chocolate dipped strawberries!). Make a makeshift picnic area in your backyard or light up lots and lots of candles and lay out rose petals on your dining table to set the mood. And there you have a romantic and simple night with your loved one.

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Jen

My favorite romantic thing is to make dinner at home together. Get a bottle of wine and open it up and sip it together while you prepare dinner together. Then get dressed up fancy and sit at the dining room table with some candles and eat. Then watch a romantic movie in bed together...

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Derk Thomas

Just make sure you celebrate in your own way.

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Marilyn

We make it special by eating a beautiful dinner at home. The cost for a restaurant is prohibitive, but we can grill excellent steaks and have salad and wine at home for alot less money.
Flowers come from the grocery store, too.

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Happy V-day

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Angela

First off, the least expensive thing you can do is remember that it is Valentine's Day.

If I work that day and come home to a clean home, I'm a happy camper. I don't ask for much. Somewhere clean to relax with a nice simple dinner that I don't have to make. Oh, and do the dishes for me too :)

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Leilani

One Valentine's Day when money was extra tight I thought up something I called the "Magic Box". I took a nice little gift box and placed a pad of post-it notes and a pen in it, and I gave that to my boyfriend for Valentine's Day.

At first he was confused, but I explained to him that the magic box made wishes come true, and if he wrote down romance-related wishes, we would take out the notes and do what was written on them. Kind of a spin on the love coupon idea, except he got to write what he wanted.

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I found great website that has printable "lovers coupons". They can be redeemed by you or your honey! There are many websites that offer many options: cute & sweet or wild & crazy! It's free AND it adds so much spice to your love life...for many months after Valentine's Day!

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Felicia Shapiro

Buy V-day chocolates the day after on sale!

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Ashley

My husband and I make "10 Things" lists for each other. Instead of spending money on more generic cards or getting stumped on long sentiments to compose, we write a list to each other of "10 Things" we love about the other.

Sometimes simple, sometimes deep, anything from "I love how you iron your own clothes!" to "I love how sweaty you look after doing a honey-do for me!" to "I love how you sing to our little one at night..."

When we finish our "list" we sneak it somewhere the other is bound to find it during the day; the lists I have been given are stashed in my nightstand so I can pull them out from time to time when I need a little reminder or pick-me-up :)

We started this tradition a few Valentine's Days ago and have kept it going ever since, we even concoct more love lists throughout the year and enjoy surprising one another with the note somewhere creative (i.e. tucking it in his work truck during the day). This is our frugal (yet genuine) way to say I love you, that also helps my manly husband express his feelings!

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jen

I made my hubby a card - I searched far and wide for the perfect quote to capture our relationship (finally found it, though it took me about a week of searching!) and really went all-out with the v-day paper, etc. I made (simpler) cards for all of my close friends and family with the same materials so I really saved a lot of money. On the day, we'll cook a simple dinner together, open a bottle of our favorite wine, and curl up in front of the fire.

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L

I've been working at a hotel for a number of years, so I have a few hotel connections. This Valentines Day I plan on surprising her with the following all for free on Valentine's Day:

5-course meal at the restaurant in the hotel
followed by staying in one of their suites

I havne't told her yet!

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L

the hotel stay is free, but I will be also swinging by my friend's flower shop for a nice bunch of roses (using my "friend" discount!!

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AmandaD

Love is free to give and receive and I think the most frugal valentine's day gift is the expression of love- just take some time and put into words how much you love your husband/wife/significant other. You can write a good old fashioned love letter and that will be something they can cherish for years & will mean the world to them.

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sonny

dont overdo it and buy the cliche things like heartshaped boxes with this or that and skip the fancy restaurants.
Buy a nice bottle of wine, stay home and cook together, shower together, make her breakfast with a small note saying something to surprise her, pay attention to each other, sit down and talk, just be... together.

thats what it should be all about

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Heather Sebastian

For Valentines day my husband and I make a dinner together at home instead of eating out, which save a lot. We've also mutually agreed not to exchange gifts(flowers, chocolates, etc) with each other saving lots too.
I feel like it's such a better deal, to just spend quality time together!

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Christina

We like to stay home for Valentine's Day. Being at home together is always special. I will make a romantic, candle lit dinner and make some chocolate dipped strawberries or chocolate fondue for dessert. The experience is better than random gifts for us.

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jim

Remember that the key to a successful Valentine's Day is to do something where you spend time inte racting with one another. Going ot th emovies is nice, but sitting in a dark room watching a screen doesn't beat something cheaper like board games, a walk, or just chatting by a fire.

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stonenal

for those like me who have small children, plan dinner out in a family restaurant, enjoy your family all together!!

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Dan

Once the kids are in bed we will open a bottle of wine, get out the fruit and chocolate fondue and enjoy a quiet couple of hours together.

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chriss

My ultimate low-cost valentine's day was when a boyfriend snuck out of bed around 6:30, to pop a tray of cinnamon rolls in the oven, and flip on the coffee maker. We'd made them together the night before and left them to rise, and I got to wake up about an hour later to the delicious smell of a cinnamony breakfast all ready to go.
There is something very decadent about baked treats and coffee in bed, and what better introduction to pajama-related fun? (Minus the morning breath!)

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Cindy Phillips

We don't spend much on Valentine's Day, like most families, we don't need a special day to say we love each other. We usually have something really nice for dinner that we don't normally have and my children make us Valentine's day cards that mean the world to me.

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Jason Nickolay

I like to go out to the cabin and start a fire in the fireplace, light some candles, and star out over the frozen lake.

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Tom

Always give electronics.
They are more appropriate than power tools.
And don't take up more room in the kitchen.

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Debbie B

We really don't do much for Valentine's day - I have a birthday right before it and my husband has one right after it so we normally don't do anything other than eat out or something

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Guest

My sweetie loves truffles. I walked into a Starbucks in January and found a little box of truffles for 75% off. The exterior box was a Christmas box which I tossed. The inner box is totally plain, a dark brown. And so I am tieing it up with a big red ribbon and attaching my homemade Valentine card. It looks very classy and I know will be a big hit!

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Nanette

We, meaning the kids and I like to leave I Love You heart-shaped sticky notes on daddy's desk or in his lunch bag. :) We do this any time though.

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Holly

My frugal tip is to pass on the romantic eating out and eat in instead. If you don't want to cook too much, the preprepped stuff at the grocery store is still cheaper than eating out and can be pretty darn tasty

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Guest

My husband hates crowds, so instead of going out to a nice restaurant we put the kids to bed and make a nice dinner together. Not only do we save money, but we get to spend time together doing something we both enjoy.

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Dana W

I once bought a pack of children's school valentines a wrote a loving comment about my husband on each one. I sealed each valentine and put them in a cut glass jar that we already owned.
Not only did my husband spend the entire dinner reading each valentine, but he keeps the jar and valentines in our china cabinet.

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Howard Mendes

Dinner at home, can't beat it. It has worked for us for a while. Take her out some other night, its less crowded.

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Niki

Write him a love letter. My husband did this for me one year and it was the best ever. I still have it after all these years and read it every now and then.

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Emily

I used to practice the best money saving tip EVER: break up before V-Day.
But now I've worked out a nice plan where we don't spend money on gifts or eating out, but instead we take a weekend trip somewhere to celebrate only the good part of V-Day - being together.

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Tracey Jones

we go cheap and just get our favorite burritos and queso and watch TV at home. saves money on drinks, tips, gas, and hassle of waiting in line for food). especially since this year V-day is a saturday!!!

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Marcia

Last V-Day after my fiance had made his lunch for work the next day, I snuck into his lunch bag and put in one of those little kid's valentine's and some special treats. He said it was a nice surprise in the middle of the day.

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Cindy S.

Start the day off with hugs and kisses.
Send a simple "just wanted to say I love you" text message during the day...maybe more than once!
Cook a new recipe for dinner and include a sweet dessert.
Cuddle on the couch and watch a romantic movie. Casablanca is a good standby.
Enjoy the time together!

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Rachel W.

For the family, it's a pretty table and anything red or pink and/or heart-shaped to eat (starting at breakfast)

Sometimes it is a tea as lovely as I can make it for those I care about.

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Nicole

My husband and I have pledged to not bother with flowers or gifts this year, and instead we're going to a nearby state park for Valentine's. It'll be cheap since we have a parks pass, and packed sandwiches go very well with fantastic scenery! Even with gas for the car, it'll be cheaper than dinner and a movie--not to mention healthier, more active, and a better memory for the photo album!

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elizabeth p

My best tip is to keep it simple. Make dinner something special, a rare treat you know they enjoy but don't always have. I love shrimp so my sweetie will make shrimp scampi for me.

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Jennifer

I give valentine coupons, like a free massage or doing dishes. its the thought that counts,this is a really easy way tell someone your thinking of them. and the cost is a piece of paper and a pen.

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Anna

Valentine's Day is my parents' anniversary. They got married right after high school and are still going strong after 39 years (this year). They're my Valentine's inspiration. They never did fancy dinners out or gigantic bouquets of over-priced flowers. It was simple. A from-the-heart card, a kiss and a special homecooked meal. This year is my first Valentine's as a married woman. We're opting for a nice night in with a good steak, cheap wine and a movie. Oh... and the ultimate freebie... snuggling!

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Alex H.

My boyfriend and I are going to be staying in and making dinner together this year. ^_^ I'm not much of one for flowers, since they just die in a few days, so he wont be spending any money on roses or anything. Our 'gifts' to each other is our time together.

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post-it notes says it all!

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KAPUMAKA

I WOULD LOVE THIS !!! DRESS SEXY FOR VALENTINE'S DAY, AND SPOIL HIM ROTTEN.

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EL

Thanks for the chance to win! My best tip for V-day is to make dinner together. Something special with fancy ingredients, then eat it by candlelight. You can make a really cheap chocolate fondue with chocolate chips and cream and it tastes great.

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kelley

My frugal tip is to recreate the atmosphere of a restaurant of home. I will put my son to be a little early and set the table with candles and flowers and turn the lights down low. IT is great to have a little time alone and it does not cost a whole lot!

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Rachael

Baked goods. You can make a whole batch of cookies inexpensively and then give them out individually wrapped. Or you can make regular candy bars special by wrapping them in scrapbook paper and making a special tag for them.

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Amy

I like to make homemade chocolate truffles for my family for Valentine's Day. There are numerous recipes on the internet (I like to look on the Hersheys, Nestle, and Ghirardelli websites). This way I can give a decadent treat at a fraction of the cost of buying packaged chocolates.

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8bit

What I do is have the "main event" on the day before or after Valentine's. Like if it's going out for dinner it'll be on a different day. You can save time by avoiding crowds and save money avoiding any special Valentine's pricing.

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Emily

Make an "I love you because" jar with reasons for each day to take out of the jar. Try to get 100-150 reasons. My husband did this once for me and it was the most romantic Valentine Day ever!!

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David Clark

My wife and I had little money last year and ended up spending very little on Valentines Day. I made her a card. I made her supper and we ate it by candlelight (we even saved money on electric.) We gave each other "vouchers" for things the other person usually does. Showing somebody they're loved doesn't need to cost much at all!

Thanks for the contest.
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Ann

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a trip to the bookstore together. Many have lovely coffee shops associated with them, where you can select a special brew (by all means, this is the time to indulge in whip cream toppings)and add a scrumptious pastry to share as you spend some quality time together. If you're planning a trip this year, visit the travel section. If you share a special hobby, pick out a picture book that inspires you. Sometimes the bookstores have author lectures - those can be fun, too. Give your thoughts, your dreams and your imagination this year.

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MaryBeth I

I make candy heart ice cream sundaes with my girls and give them small gifts. My husband and I ususally celebrate our anniversary in March vs Valentine's day.

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dee parks

Write a letter to each other and read it over a glass of wine in front of the fire place.

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Mike M.

We've never done much for Valentines day. This year I'm planning on taking the kids and letting mom have a day to herself. She hasn't decided what she is doing yet, but I have a feeling it may involve sleep! Then we'll go to a small, but not too expensive, restaurant for an early dinner.

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Kimberly

My frugal tip is that I like making a heart shaped homemade pizza for Valentine's Day. It is so much cheaper than spending $40+ for an evening out. (We don't have kids so we really don't have to go out to get a little "alone" time.) Hey, maybe that should qualify as another frugal tip! (Just kidding, kids are great and worth the sacrifices.) I'd LOVE to win an iPod Touch for my husband. That would be the ultimate Valentine's Day gift.

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Kimberly

My frugal tip is that I like making a heart shaped homemade pizza for Valentine's Day. It is so much cheaper than spending $40+ for an evening out. (We don't have kids so we really don't have to go out to get a little "alone" time.) Hey, maybe that should qualify as another frugal tip! (Just kidding, kids are great and worth the sacrifices.) I'd LOVE to win an iPod Touch for my husband. That would be the ultimate Valentine's Day gift.

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Chris

Get a little journal that you can write, draw and stick in photos of the special moments that have happened between the two of you or something wonderful that your significant other did that made you smile. When it is full, it can be a nice keepsake to present to your loved one and a reminder how special s/he is to you.

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I don't know if you've heard of WORDLE, but it's a free web app, available at http://www.wordle.net/ It is a tag cloud creator that you can customize with different fonts and colors. You can wordle a special poem or favorite love song lyrics or maybe even wedding vows. The more times a word is mentioned, the larger it appears in the wordle. This could be a really touching gift and is very personal...all you have to do is create, then press the print button--and wrap it up!

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Rosanne

One year one of my son's made chocolate covered strawberries decorated to look like a tuxedo (he used white chocolate too) for his girlfriend. He was a teenager. Quite creative.

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Kayce C

Kisses cost nothing and are much better than gifts.

For cards, the Dollar store sells them for 50 cents each.

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Josie

I love the idea of the modern day mix tape. Thanks for the suggestion!

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Lori

I will make my husband's favorite meal. Then, we will light lots of candles and watch romantic movies on tv while we snuggle on the couch together.

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Rent some romantic DVDs at your local Redbox, they are only $1 per rental, and snuggle up!

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Christie

Make a cake, the same cake every year on Valentine's Day. Make that special cake only on Valentine's Day to keep it special. Red Velvet Cake is a good choice.

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MaryBeth I

My husband and I celebrate our anniversary which is less than a month from valentines day. For valentines day I celebrate with the day with my girls - we make ice cream sundaes with candy hearts and read over the cards they received in class. It is a frugal and fun way to celebrate!

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karin

My kids and I are making cards for their classes at school. I usually make a nice dinner for the family - shrimp and veggies over pasta with a good loaf of bread is one of our favorites. This year I will probably make a chocolate cherry cake with pink icing.

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EllenL

One way to save money, and still be romantic, is having my boyfriend cook dinner at home. Lovely and memorable....and frugal.

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dn6511

A romantic at home dinner followed by a bubblebath and message

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Krys

I remember the look of surprise on my guy's face when I told him that I still got butterflies when we were together. So, when trying to come up with an inexpensive but innovative way of showing him just how much I cared for him.....I found all sorts of scraps of paper laying around the house, from decorative hand-made paper to Sunday's newspaper, found a butterfly template, and cut out lots (and I mean lots) of paper butterflies. I put them in a large manila envelope and mailed them to him at his office, with a note that said, "Yes, I DO still get butterflies everytime I see you." He was quite surprised to open the envelope and have dozens of these little critters fall out. By sending it to his office, I also avoided the potential "what the heck is this?" look that can come from a misinterpreted or misplaced show of affection, although in this case, I heard it wasn't necessary!

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Robert Roche

a puppy from the pound

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Jenny

Bake a special treat and print your own card.

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jennifer beggs

this year i'm taking advantage of our church's free babysitting night! we hardly ever pay for a babysitter and go out, so this is a real treat! I also am designing a wallhanging/digital scrapbook layout for me and my husband with our wedding picture and a love song on it for our new bedroom.

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Mike Sabula

The best gifts are always personal, like stuff you make or relating to an inside joke. Even if it's lame, you're bound to score points :)

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Steve

One of my wife's favorite things is when I relieve her of household responsibilities for an evening.

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Guest

small box of chocolates