The day of love is not only about chocolates, champagne and carats. Be creative and get something that's not expected and surprise your loved one in a pleasant way. Plus, you can always use our top 5 deals to save a huge chunk (you're significant other doesn't need to know that you got up to 75% off the retail price).
Deal #1: Speaking of Valentine's Day, if you want to surprise your loved one with a delivery to their front door, Harry & David has a coupon for 20% off your love day purchase. Who doesn't love a beautiful gift basket, flowers or chocolates? Limited time offer.
Deal #2: Love is definitely in the air! For Valentine's Day, 1-800-Baskets.com has a coupon for 20% off select items. I love having the option to compare prices at different stores, it's the best way to save and buy something you really like. Expires today!
Deal #3: Have you started getting your W2s or 1099s? It's tax season time! If you prefer to do your own taxes, there are many great options out there aside from the traditional method of doing it via a paper return. Right now, H & R Block has an offer for 30% off all their home software. Expires 1/29/2013.
Deal #4: If you know me, I'm always wearing a t-shirt and leggings. It's the most comfortable and versatile wear. If you put on a blazer and heels, it instantly goes from casual to office. My favorite place to shop, American Apparel has a coupon for 30% off your entire purchase during the Friends & Family Sale. Expires 2/20/2013.
Deal #5: Jewelry is any gal's best friend. It makes for the perfect indulgence and the perfect gift. Get 70% off your first single purchase with this coupon from Jewelmint.com. Limited time offer.
Surprise Deal: We have an Alloy coupon for 30% off your entire purchase. Only available on Savings.com. Begins at 5pm PST and ends 9pm PST. While it's only January, we have so many things happening in the next few weeks. We've got Superbowl Sunday, Valentine's Day and then preparing for spring cleaning. While those special days can all feel like budget-busters, use this year to change that around and make them budget-friendly! See you next week!