Last month, a survey conducted by Money Talks News revealed the No. 1 most-wanted gift for Valentine’s Day isn’t chocolates or flowers. It’s a romantic date.
According to another recent survey by CreditDonkey, males plan to spend an average of $85 on their Valentine’s dates this year, while women plan on spending less than $50. But spending time with your significant other doesn’t have to come with a high price. Here are 14 ideas to make your love life richer without making yourself poorer.
Remember romance isn’t about money – it’s about the time you spend with each other and the imagination you employ to let your lover know how special they are.
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