New to this whole “relationship” thing?

Here are some suggestions on how to give your date the perfect Valentine’s Day:

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Want to go all out for your special someone and have the money to do it? Here’s how to give your date an epic Valentine’s Day!

Restaurants:

Melting Pot

Cheese and chocolate for two: around $40

 

Cheesecake Factory

Average price for two: $40

Gifts:

A dozen red roses from Strange’s: $43.95

 

Assorted Chocolate gift box from Godiva:

$9.75 for a 4 pc

$16.00 for a 8 pc

$29.00 for a 19 pc

Activities:

Watch the latest movie at Regal Cinemas for $11.50

Coming out: The Space Between Us, The LEGO Batman Movie, Rings

 

Trying to impress your date but on a budget? Here are some cheap but fun Valentine suggestions.

Restaurants:

Baker’s Crust

Average price for two: $25

 

Panera

Average price for two: $20-$25

Gifts:

Kroger signature dozen roses: $10

 

Russel Stover chocolate boxes:

$4-10 depending on the size and type

Activities:

Criterion Cinemas at Movieland

Valentine’s Day falls on Super Tuesday, where tickets are $6

 

Bake cookies together

Pillsbury cookie dough is only $2.59

 

Are you alone but still want to “treat yo’self” because you’re worth it?

Restaurants:

Panda Express

You can dine in, or if you’re not that brave go through the drive-through and take it home

 

Pizza Hut

They deliver

Gifts:

Wait until the day after for chocolate:

If you’re going to gorge yourself with chocolate it might as well be half off so you don’t break the bank.

 

Get yourself a single rose:

They’re much cheaper than a bundle, and it is enough to show how important you are.

Activities:

Watch Netflix

If you’re feeling up for it then watch rom-coms, but if it’s too much, a good action or thriller will do just as well

 

Have a good cry

There’s no shame in letting a few tears loose, it will help let out a little emotion if you need a release. The tears will also cleanse your face and clear out your pores, so crying will ultimately help you feel beautiful

 

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