Bargain Hunter: Valentine's Day money-savers
A cut-price Valentine's Day may not seem a romantic gesture, but once your loved one sees your bulging savings, you're bound to be forgiven! For starters, you can effectively get a free box of chocolates through www.topcashback.co.uk. You'll need to register and go to the "Free Box Of Chocolates" page. You'll then need to spend £7.99 on a Luxury Valentine's Chocolate Box at the Chocolate Trading Company website for which you'll get cashback of £7.99. So what's stopping you? Enjoy!
It pays to buy more Greggs cupcakes
Not free but certainly aimed squarely at Valentine's Day are Greggs' new cupcakes. Their description says it all: "Dipped in pink and white fondant icing, edged with sugar ball sprinkles and decorated with a heart ring." Their full glory is pictured! The bargain part? They're 60p each but you can buy four for £2.20, thereby saving 20p.
Elemis pampering offer is a real treat
If you want to give your loved one a pampering treat, there's 15 per cent off (plus free delivery) on full-size products at spa and skincare brand Elemis until 17 February through www.vouchercodes.co.uk/elemis.com. The deal is not valid on duos, travel-sizes, collections, other timetospa brands, gift vouchers or in conjunction with any other promotion, such as a three-for-two for offer, which runs until 14 February at www.timetospa.co.uk/t-elemis-special-offers.aspx
A blooming lovely gift from Bunches
If you want to send traditional roses or other flowers as a Valentine's gift you can get 12.5 per cent off at Bunches Flowers plus free delivery and chocolates until tomorrow, at tinyurl.com/azzb2e2, or 12 per cent off, plus free chocolates, on Valentine's Day bouquets at Debenhams until 13 February (at tinyurl.com/b8kkfs5).
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