Military Discounts for Valentine's Day

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Valentine's Day
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Valentine's Day is that special time of year to remind your loved ones how much you care. But saying "I love you" in creative and romantic ways can get costly.

So this Valentine's Day take advantage of some military discounts to help Cupid cut costs. (And remember not all military discounts are advertised, so make sure you ask wherever you go.) 

Flowers

Flowers may be cliché and predictable, but they are still one of the most popular gifts for Valentine's Day. However, sending flowers to your Valentine isn't cheap. Luckily, FTD, 1-800-FlowersFrom You Flowers and Blooms Today can all help you out with military discounts on their beautiful flower arrangements and other gifts.

Sweet Treats and Gift Baskets

Chocolate and other sweets are also standard Valentine's Day gifts.

Sending sweets to a service member overseas? Send cookies and other gift baskets filled with treats from Cheryl's Cookies, who offers free shipping on gifts sent to anyone serving on APO/FPO military bases. 

Hickory Farms also offers free shipping to APO/FPO addresses. They have chocolate and all sorts of other gift baskets and goodies to choose from.

Jewelry

You can't go wrong with jewelry on Valentine's Day. Helzberg Diamonds offers a 10% military discount off their collection of jewelry.

Have you found that perfect partner and plan to pop the question? Tiffany & Co. offers a 10% military discount on engagement rings and wedding bands. Genesis Diamonds offers a 10% military discount on engagement rings. And Alpine Rings offers a 15% military discount to all active-duty, veterans, retirees and their families.

Homemade Gifts

Are you the crafty type? Want to get the kids involved? Homemade cards and crafts are fun Valentine's gifts that add that extra personal touch. Stock up on craft supplies at MichaelsJo-Ann Fabric and Craft stores and A.C. Moore.

Massages

Give your Valentine the gift of relaxation with a professional massage. Massage Envy offers a military discount of $5 off their monthly membership. When you call to book an appointment, ask if they offer couples' massages too.

Date Night

Valentine's Day is the perfect excuse to head out for a date night.

If you're celebrating with dinner and a movie, make sure to ask for military discounts. Some restaurants, like the Melting Pot, as well as some movie theaters, like Cinemark and Regal offer discounts for military members.

Interested in concerts or theater tickets for your night out? Ticket Monster sells discounted tickets to events nationwide.

If you're looking for something a little different than dinner and a movie, get some ideas about local events from your ITT office on base. (Visit our Base Guide to find info about the base near you.)

Romantic Getaway

Want to go all out and plan a romantic Valentine's getaway? Make sure to use military discounts along the way.

Whether you want to stay close to home or venture on a road trip, you can find all sorts of military discounts on lodging for a night or two away . 

If you plan a trip near a military base, you can use installation lodging. If not, many hotels like Marriott, Best Western, Hilton Hotels, and Choice Hotels offer military discounts. 

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