The Budget Friendly Valentines Day Gift Guide

Looking for a Valentine’s Day gift for your significant other(s) that wont break the bank? With Valentine’s Day being a £1bn-a-year industry I’ve put together the ultimate budget gift guide, filled with both traditional and unique Valentine’s Day gift ideas.


Personalised Valentine’s Day card = Free (£2 p&p)

Valentines day cards aren’t for me but if you like to stick to the tradition 1ClickPrint are currently offering one free personalised Valentines day card per customer (no additional purchase required). You just need to choose a design, select a picture of your loved one(s), add a personal message and cover the cost of postage (£2).


Flowers = FREE

Freddies Flowers deliver fresh flowers across the UK. A bunch of Freddie Flowers will usually set you back £24 a week but using my referral code “EmmaJ28” you’ll get your first bunch for free! If your valentine isn’t likely to appreciate flowers then you could always send them to a family member or friend.


Lush Bath Bombs = £3.95

Lush have released some amazing emoji themed bath bombs to celebrate valentines day. Valentines day themed bath bombs include: ‘Love Boat’, ‘Love Token’, ‘Peachy’ and ‘Aubergine’

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Shopmium Chocolate = Free

Shopmium is a mobile shopping app (available on iOS and Android) that offers a range of freebies and money off deals. I check the app every time I’m at my local super market to see what free food/drinks I can pick up (they’ve offered money off wine before!). When you download the app for the first time you’ll be offered a chocolate related sign up offer, great for your valentine!


A Romantic Getaway/Meal = £10+

My partner and I prefer to treat each other to experiences for valentines day rather than gifts. My favourite provider of getaways/meals/experiences is buyagift! They have a 60-day refund policy and offer free exchanges if you change your mind! Some of their most popular valentines gifts include spa days, 3 course meals and comedy passes.


Romantic Getaway = £15 off

Looking to take your significant other(s) away for a night/short break/holiday? Our friends at booking.com are running a great promotion where you can get £15 off your first booking (paid back onto the card you use to pay).


Krispy Kreme Donut = Free

Claim a free original donut when you download ‘Friends of Krispy Kreme’ App. You’ll also get extra offers emailed to you and if you let them know when yours, your significant others and your children(s) birthdays are you’ll also get free donuts then!


DIY Valentines Gifts = Free

For the more creative amongst you, why not try your hand at some DIY gift! To get your creative juices flowing, here are some DIY valentines gift ideas…

  • Love coupons/tokens 
  • ‘Open when’ letters
  • A photobook/scrapbook
  • A gift hamper
  • A montage video
  • Home baked goods

DIY Valentines Gift Ideas

I hope you can find some budget valentines gift inspiration from this post. If food and alcohol are likely to be a hit with your valentine you could also check my free food and free alcohol posts to help you keep the cost of the valentines season down! I’d love for you to share what your dream valentines gift would be in the comments below (please keep it clean).



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