Valentine's Day Gifts for the Frugal
Posted: Thursday, Feb. 09, 2012
Simone is a public relations and marketing pro who knows how to find the perfect gift, for the perfect budget. Shes been blogging about gift-giving since 2008. Find her insights and ideas on her blog, http://honeebeegifts.blogspot.com. When she isnt blogging or finding the perfect gift, you can find her enjoying the arts, good food, and working with several community nonprofits.
Truth be told, times are still hard but that doesn't mean you can't treat your boy/girlfriend with a thoughtful gift...on a budget. Here is a short roundup of deal sites featuring gifts for the object of your desire.Groupon
Massage Masters: One or Three 60-Minute Signature Massages or Couples Massages.
Two-night stay for two in a room or for two adults and up to two kids in a suite. Combine up to four nights. $49 for $200 Worth of Jewelry from Designers Such as David Yurman, Judith Ripka & John Hardy .LivingSocial
Wine & Dine with the Piano Man.Check out more lovely gifts from lesser known (but still fab) deal sites:
Two-Night Stay for Two with Breakfast, Resort Credits, and More at The Waynesville Inn (Half-Off Depot).
Fresh Cut Flowers Delivery (Half-Off Depot).
Ladymate Lingerie (Plum District).
Wine Tasting for two plus a take home bottle at Treehouse Vineyards (Eversave) .
Dinner & a Movie (Mamapedia).Bzzzz:
If you are traveling for the holiday, be sure to check out these sites before your love excursion, I'm sure you will find great deals in whatever city you are traveling to!
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