Budget Date Night Ideas

Posted on July 25th, 2015 by Discount Debbie

Taking the time and money to take your spouse out is hard in our busy society, but it helps remind them how much they mean to you. Date night doesn’t mean it has to break the bank! Remember whether it is free or costs the world, a date is only as good as the thought put into it.

Budget Date Night Ideas

Star Gazing
Grab a couple of blankets, spread them out in your backyard and gaze up at all stars and planets in your night sky.  Did you know there are even apps available (such as Skyview which is available for iPhone and Android),  that when pointed to the sky, will help you decipher what you are looking at?  So fun!

 

Bonfire and S’mores
Light up the backyard fire pit and get to cooking while sharing a drink and laughs– and remembering why you fell in love in the first place!

 

Antiquing or Thrift Store Shopping

Take a walk through local antique or thrift stores and talk about all the quirky things you find.  Better yet — purchase an item to redo and upcycle together!

 

Volunteer
A great way to enjoy each other’s company as well as give back to the community is to look for volunteer opportunities.  Check with your local animal shelter or other community organizations such as Red Cross.

 

Ghost Hunt
Take to the internet and search for possible haunted locations in your area.  Everything from an old abandoned insane asylum to the local legends surrounding your local watering hole can be fodder for the best “hunt.”

 

Treasure Hunt
Create little cards with clues on them to lead you from the starting point to your ultimate destination.  You can keep it small by keeping it around the house or let it grow to something that covers the whole city.  A cute twist would be to have the “treasure” be something that holds significance for the both of you, such as the place of your first date.

 

Remember, it is always the thought that counts.  Whether you are going on your first date or celebrating your 10th wedding anniversary just being together and enjoying each other’s company is the goal.  Think outside the box and remember to have fun no matter how you spend your time with the one you love.


At Home Date Night Ideas

Posted on September 20th, 2013 by Freebie Felicia

 

My husband and I feel that it is very important in our relationship to spend time together as a couple, but our budget doesn’t always agree. So how do we cultivate our relationship without breaking the bank? What we do is get a babysitter that is okay with watching the little one at their home. Grandparents or aunts and uncles are a great choice for this. Then we go home and do whatever we want together.

Movie Night

We order take out and watch a movie with the lights off. The best part is, it doesn’t have to be a Disney movie we have seen six time already. It saves gas, money and we have all the privacy we need in a date night.

Board Games

We are talking about more mature  board games. Let me just say that it is possible to make any game into a more mature version.We make our own rules and get creative. We may never look at Monopoly the same again. At the very least we always end up laughing together.  Best of all it takes the competitiveness out of the game, for the most part.

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Back Yard  Camping Trip

If our babysitter is willing to take the kids for the whole night we camp out in the back yard. We make smores, tell ghost stories and snuggle in the sleeping bags. Even if  we don’t plan on spending the whole night in the back yard it seems like a pretty good place to start.

Garage Shenanigans 

The garage is usually my husbands private sanctuary, but every now and then on a date night he will let me join him. Why is that? Because that’s where the car is. Teenage fun can commence without  fear of prying eyes. Best of all, I know he’ll call me in the morning.

 

 


Summer Fun for Less with LivingSocial!

Posted on May 22nd, 2013 by Discount Debbie

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When I say I love it, I mean it! Last month my husband and I used a LivingSocial voucher for a local Segway Tour (AWESOME) and another voucher on a hotel stay as we played tourist in our home state. Even if you can’t afford a “real vacation” there’s no reason you can’t vacation it up on the weekends taking advantage of local attractions, often at half the price thanks to LivingSocial!

Sign up HERE to get in on the savings with LivingSocial and have a blast this summer on much less money!


BOGO at Coldstone

Posted on March 10th, 2012 by Coupon Cathy

Print out this coupon for the perfect date night tonight or to share with a friend.
Buy one ice cream creation and get the second of equal or lesser value for free. I know what me and the mister are doing for dessert tonight!


$3/1 KY Product

Posted on February 14th, 2012 by Coupon Cathy

Just in time for Valentine’s Day (enough said). :)
Click HERE to print your coupon under personal care.


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