Valentine’s Day on a Budget
We believe that giving experiences is generally better than giving stuff as presents, especially when it comes to Valentine’s Day. Not only experiences help build and strengthen the bond between you two, they are also often cheaper and more memorable than material things. If you are on a tight budget, but still want to do something romantic with your other half, you could consider doing one (or a few) of these things:
– Have a sushi/your favourite takeaway night- Grab some meat and vegetables and make a meal together. Afterward you can make dessert together or just buy one at the store- Game night with junk food. You choose the game but make it something you both will enjoy- Make a memory book with photos- Go bowling or mini-golfing – Make a cheese platter and have it with some nice wine (you can splurge on that since you are saving money on everything else)- Buy a voucher from GrabOne, TreatMe, Living Social etc. in advance. They often have great deals on dinners and fun experiences- Fondue night and candles, lots of candles. Cheese or chocolate – you choose- Go somewhere free/cheap: the zoo, a museum, or observatory. Just relax with each other and have fun- Relive your first date- Do something active together: go for a run or do a fitness class. Improve your health and get to spend time together! – Enjoy the sunset togetherAnother good money-saving tip is to celebrate Valentine’s Day on the 15th of February, which falls on Saturday this year: that way, you should be able to find cheaper flowers and discounted chocolates and teddy bears.If you have budgeted for Valentine’s Day, but an unexpected expense popped up and you now need a bit of extra money to keep you going until next payday, consider talking to us about our no external credit check cash loans service to see how we could help.