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When my husband and I were still boyfriend/girlfriend but living together, we definitely didn't have a lot of money. And I did the coupon book idea (one for a massage, one for cooking, etc.) He ended up buying me a single rose from time to time. As far as going out, it depends on the weather where you are. We would do different things from mini golf, to the movies, to a "surprise" small roadtrip to old places we had a "first", like a first kiss, etc.
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We might visit the botanical gardens in Fort Wayne.
It is affordable. Parts of it would seem like a tropical paradise. They might be decorated for Valentine's Day. We could go out to eat.
P.S. For us, we might go on Tuesday the 15th since they are closed on Monday. We could go early in the afternoon since we are retired.
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You could do a picnic, if weather permits or not. My husband and I did a picnic on the floor of our living room.
Also, you could make a coupon book of silly things and give it to him. There is also a walk though a park or museum, some are free. Miniature golf - not sure how much it is.
Check to see what events are happening in your area. There are usually a few free events around Valentine's Day.
Hope this helps you.
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My boyfriend and I are trying to come up with a nice date idea for us for February 14th. We don't have tons of money but don't want to stay at home all day either. Thought about dinner and a movie but that seems so routine....suggestions?