Save money without scrimping on romance

January 28, 2009 2:32:42 PM PST
Valentine's Day is just over two weeks away. But you don't have to let a tight economy ruin your romance.

For savings on gourmet chocolates, check out the winter clearance sale on the Godiva website.

You can save up to 60, even 70%, on items that were originally marketed for Christmas, but still make great gifts.

For example, and eight-piece gold box assortment was $15, but is now just $6.

A chocolate party tower was originally $45 and is now just $13.50.

And how about some free Valentine's cards?

Stories By Everyone, a scrapbooking site, is offering six free Valentine's photo cards, along with free shipping.

Just pick a design, upload a photo and order.

Additional cards are sold in packs of 6 for 89-cents each.

As for flowers, you can save by pre-ordering beautiful rose bouquets.

BJ's website offers 27 premium red roses in a vase with Hypericum berries for $79.99 -- including delivery. Costco's website has 35 long-stemmed roses delivered in a vase with baby's breath for just $64.99. And 1-800-Flowers.com has one dozen boxed roses for about 37 dollars, though the price can be higher depending on where and when you want them delivered.

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