Oops! Did Valentine's Day sneak up on you this year? Here some last-minute ideas to save face with your sweetie.
HotelTonight is a free app that offers last-minute hotel deals. For Valentine's Day, there's even a special package that provides not only the room, but dinner, and champagne! First-time bookers save $25 using the code word HTVToday.
What about a gift you both, even the whole family can enjoy? Buy your valentine a season pass to one of her favorite places, such as Zoo Atlanta. A family pass costs $119 for the entire year, and you can purchase it online from the comfort of your home or work.
Want a romantic dinner and all of the restaurants are full? Try cooking a dinner at home tonight.
What about a card? Are all of the good ones picked over? JibJab.com allows you to upload your valentine's picture. The image is then turned into a video, featuring your romantic song of choice and your loved one's face.
If nothing but flowers will do, there's still time for that too. While many florists stopped taking delivery orders Friday, most were still offering late pick-up orders. There's also the option of sending flowers Saturday.
Peachtree Petals in Midtown Atlanta planned to take Valentine delivery orders through noon Saturday.
Plus, waiting a day late can save you money! Edible Arrangements is offering free shipping Feb. 15-17. Just enter the code word VDAY6215.
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