Valentine’s Day Savings

Want to make a special Valentine’s Day for your special someone, significant other, kids, or friend. There is a smart way to save money and complete this holiday while showing your love for them.

Candy? You can buy candy, but why not buy it in the regular aisle? Make it valentine’s day by finding some red or pink paper, tissue paper, or even regular paper and make a cute saying. See below for some freebie sayings to get you started:

  • Starburst — “You burst my heart and I love that about you!”
  • Suckers — “I am a sucker for you.”
  • Sour gummy worms – “You’re my valentine love bug.”
  • Strawberry candy — “These strawberries don’t need to be dipped in chocolate, because I have you tonight.”
  • Pop rocks — “You rock my world.”
  • Take 5 — “After we kiss, we need to take 5.”
  • Kitkat — “When I see you, I wanna break me off a piece of that KitKat bar.”
  • Reese’s PB cups — “I need you (I need you) more than anyone, darlin’. You know that I have from the start. So build me up (build me up) Buttercup, don’t break my heart” from the song Build Me Up Buttercup by The Foundations.

Flowers? Wait to buy them until the day after — did you know grocery stores upcharge a lot for them? They upcharge over 70% — how do I know this? We work for a grocery store. The candy vases that are 29.99 — the items in the vases are less than $10.00. Is your mouth dropping? Flowers are the same way! If you want to buy flowers, buy them late when they are discounted. Give your love a note saying, “I want to buy you something special for today, but they will be handpicked tomorrow.” Keep their mind going but let them know you are still thinking about Valentine’s Day.

Balloons? Want to know this — grocery stores make 50%+ gross profit off of them!

Cards? Yes they are cute, but I bet your love’d ones would love a creative card made from the paper you have at home more! Go to the greeting card aisle and take the ideas of sweet words and go make your own!

Dinner out? It will be busy. Want to avoid the crowd — take them out for dinner another night or even do a lunch date the day of valentines day. It will be cheaper with a lunch special!

There are so many other cute ideas on Pinterest for cheap to show your love! All you have to do is search — valentines day. I hope this helps your February budget for valentines day!

We budgeted our normal $200 for date night/valentines day, so my husband knows he must be cheap because we usually spend our entire $200 date night category. Click here for the tracker.

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Valentine’s day can really make or break your budget in February. It’s still early enough in February and we still have some time to go to shop for the day of love. We hope you gained some useful information from the article and use some ideas during your spending this Valentine’s Day!

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