Valentine’s Day is this weekend, which means some of you are seeing dollar signs! Don’t worry, romance doesn’t have to cost a fortune and it doesn’t require weeks of planning. We’ve compiled 5 simple, inexpensive date ideas for any couple to make this Valentine’s Day one to remember.

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1. Get away.

This might seem like a pricey option, but Valentine’s Day falls on a long weekend this year and there are plenty of sites that offer last-minute flight deals! Be spontaneous and take advantage of those special prices. If you want to save the cost of tickets, pick something secluded a few hours from your home city. A quaint bed & breakfast would make for the perfect escape.

2. Keep it simple—at home.

Plan a Valentine’s Day extravaganza behind closed doors. Spend the early evening preparing dinner together, then break out the wine and candles. After dessert head to bathroom for a sensual bubble bath together. The rest is up to you!

3. Do some dirty dancing

If you want to keep things extra simple, throw on your favorite playlist and throw your own dance party in your living room. Another option is head to a dance class with your significant other! An instructor will guide you in learning a few new moves. You two will feel extra close showing off your new moves at the next event you attend!

4. Have a private wine tasting

Buy a few bottles of adventurous wines from around the globe and set up a tasting for you and your partner. You two can bond over rating and reviewing your favorites. The best part of having a wine tasting in the privacy of your home: you two can head straight to the bedroom afterwards. Just don’t drink too much wine!

5 Simple Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

5. Go ice skating

What better place to stir up fond memories than a skating rink? A date at a skating rink accomplishes two things: It shows your willingness to do something potentially embarrassing (such as trying to keep your balance), and it gives you the chance to hold on to one another. Plus, if you already own skates gliding around at a public rink is often free. Find a coffee shop nearby to share some dessert and warm up afterwards!


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