Looking for good Valentine’s Day gifts for cheap? Here are some of our favorite Valentine’s Day deals — easy ones that won’t take much time and don’t require any coupons.

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1. Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries, $12.99 at Costco.

Costco only stocked these hand-dipped chocolate strawberries at Valentine’s and Mother’s Day. Pick up a dozen for $12.99. In store only.


2. Two Dozen Roses, $19.99 at Whole Foods.

For the second year in a row, Whole Foods is offering two dozen roses for only $19.99 for Amazon Prime members. That’s $10 off the regular price of $29.99 when you scan your QR code beneath the Whole Foods tab in the Amazon app.

Plus, Prime members get free Whole Foods local delivery on orders over $35. Add some chocolates and cheese to the order to qualify for free two-hour delivery. And even though I promised deals without coupons, I’d be remiss if I didn’t include that Prime members can get $10 off their first Whole Foods purchase of $50 or more when they use code SAVE10WF at checkout.


3. Classroom Valentines, $1 at Dollar Tree.

If you’re buying classroom valentines anywhere but Dollar Tree, you’re throwing away money. See all Dollar Tree Valentines varieties, all only $1.00.



4. Single Succulents or a Succulent Subscription Gift, using a $12.99 Container from Amazon.

Sign your valentine up for a succulent subscription club, or pick up a cheap succulent at Trader Joe’s to pair with this $12.99 ceramic container from Amazon.


5. Hallmark Valentine Cards, $0.33 each at Walgreens.

Cards are $2 each and when you buy three, you’ll get $5 to use on a future purchase. That’s like getting three cards for $1!

And if that isn’t good enough, check out how adding a coupon can get you free Valentine cards.


6. Heart-Shaped Pasta, Only $1.99 at Aldi.

Pick up Reggano Valentine’s Day pasta for just $1.99 at Aldi. In stores now.

Prefer pizza? Heart-shaped Aldi cheese pizza is only $4.99.

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7. Olive Garden Takeout Dinner for Two, $34.99.

Olive Garden is receiving a lot of buzz about their breadstick bouquet and chocolates box, available with Valentine Dinner takeout orders on February 13 – 14, 2020. And while this $35 dinner deal really only saves you $2.46 off the regular menu prices, the bouquet wrap is a nice touch.

What you get in the $35 Valentine’s Day Dinner

  • Breadsticks or salad (always free with entree purchase*)
  • Dipping Sauces $3.49/each
  • Two Five Cheese Ziti al Forno $13.49/entree
  • Black Tie Mousse cake or Tiramisu $6.99/each

*Olive Garden takeout orders receive two breadsticks per entree purchase and four additional breadsticks with purchase of dipping sauce.


8. Chick-Fil-A Nuggets in a Heart-Shaped Container for $14.99.

A 30-count Chick-Fil-A Nugget order costs $14.99, and while it’s not on sale, this week the nuggets come in a red aluminum heart tin. (It’s red on the outside.)

RELATED: Places That Offer Free (or Nearly Free) Food on Valentine’s Day


9. Diamond Earrings, Only $20 at JCPenney.

Diamond earrings, pendants, and rings are on sale for $20 each when you buy two at JCPenney and JCPenney.com. Regular price is $125 each! This sale lasts through Feb. 13.

See more cheap diamond jewelry on sale for Valentine’s Day.


10. $25 Chili’s Gift Card, $15.58 at Raise.

Save on your Valentine’s Day date by purchasing a restaurant gift card from Raise.com. Buy a $25 Chili’s eGift Card for $20.58 and save an additional $5 if you’re a first-time purchaser. See all the great restaurant gift card deals at Raise.


11. Keep It Spicy Sriracha Mug Gift Set, $9.98 at Walmart.

This Keep It Spicy mug set is available at Walmart and Walmart.com.


12. Two Dozen Tulips, $10.99 at Trader Joe’s.

Roses not your thing? Get two dozen tulips for only $10.99 at Trader Joes through Valentine’s Day.


13. Valentine Plush, $14.99 and under at Walgreens.

Valentine plush animals are 25% off this week at Walgreens. No coupons needed. See pricing on more Walgreens Valentine plush toys.


14. Hershey’s Kisses, $1.99 at CVS.

Hershey’s candy is on sale for $2.99 at CVS, and when you buy one through Saturday, Feb. 15, you’ll receive $1 off your next order.


15. Grain-Free Valentine Dog Treats, $2.99 at Trader Joe’s.

Because your pet deserves a Valentine’s Day gift too! Grab a box of mint flavor dog treats at Trader Joe’s for just $2.99 per 10.58 oz box. These treats are grain-free and made with chickpeas, coconut flour, and beet powder.


16. Kid’s Valentine Socks, $1.49 at Walgreens.

Kids Valentine socks, regularly $1.99, are on sale for buy one, get one half off this week only. Buy two pairs for $3 without any coupons.

See more BOGO 50% off Valentine deals at Walgreens


17. Starbucks Cold Cup Gift Set, $10.98 at Walmart.

These cold cup Valentine’s Day gift sets sell for $10.98 in Walmart stores and at Walmart.com.


18. Heart-Shaped Chocolate Boxes, $1 at Walmart.

Walmart has a variety of items for $1, including these boxed chocolates. See all Walmart Valentine’s Day deals.


19. A Dozen Macarons, Only $4.99 at Trader Joe’s

You won’t find a better price on macarons anywhere. Grab the dozen in the freezer section at your local Trader Joe’s.


20. Heart-Shaped Cast-Iron Casserole Dish, $39.99 at Macy’s

Okay, this one takes a coupon code and it’s $40, which isn’t what I call cheap, but look at it! Never was there a more seasonally appropriate bakeware dish. This $100 cast iron casserole dish is on sale for $50, and coupon code LOVE will drop your price by $10 through Feb. 17. Check out this Martha Stewart Heart-shaped collection.


21. Watch for a Free Heart-Shaped Krispy Kreme on Valentine’s Day

Last year, Krispy Kreme gave a free donut to members of the Krispy Kreme rewards program on Valentine’s Day. Conversation heart donuts with 24 different sayings are available in stores now.


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