Money Can’t Buy You Love – How to Celebrate a Frugal Valentine’s Day
Last year, Americans spent nearly $18 billion on Valentine’s Day — that’s an average of $120 per Cupid’s arrow!
But with the economy tanking and job losses hitting an all time high, even lovebirds might not be in the mood to sing. The good news is that romance doesn’t have to cost a fortune. There are plenty of ways to woo your Valentine while appealing to a pocketbook of any size. So join us as we take a look at frugal and imaginative gift ideas for Valentine’s Day.
6. Say I Love You in a Thousands Different Ways
Or at least 365. Hallmark stores would have us believe that the only time for romance is February 14th. But the truth is that any day can — and should — be inspired by love and courtship. Help spread Cupid’s magic around by making your Valentine a love jar. Fill it with 365 slips of paper that share another reason you love your partner.
Or, if putting pen to paper is not your thing, count out 365 candy hearts or Hershey kisses — one for each day that your sweetheart makes your life sweeter!
For more great and non budget-busting Valentine’s Day gift ideas check out our article – Money Can’t Buy You Love – How to Celebrate a Frugal Valentine’s Day.