Romantic Valentines Dinner for 2 on a Budget - Starter, Main, Dessert, Cheese Biscuits, Drinks & After Dinner Mints for just £5 or even cheaper with creative thinking (Courtesy of Poundland) - HotUKDeals
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Romantic Valentines Dinner for 2 on a Budget - Starter, Main, Dessert, Cheese Biscuits, Drinks & After Dinner Mints for just £5.00 or even cheaper with creative thinking (Courtesy of Poundland)

£5.00 @ PoundLand
Feeling the pinch / tightwad / don't buy into the commercialisation BUT still want to give your loved one a night to remember on Valentines Day? Then Poundland is your answer, you can get a Valentine…
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[mod] 3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Feeling the pinch / tightwad / don't buy into the commercialisation BUT still want to give your loved one a night to remember on Valentines Day? Then Poundland is your answer, you can get a Valentines Dinner for 2 including Starter, Main, Dessert, Cheese Biscuits, Drinks & After Dinner Mints for just £5 + you'll have some stuff left for the next day with the multipacks (or even cheaper with a bit of creative thinking!) For example combine the dessert & after dinner mints with Jacob's Mint Club Bar 6 Pack + 2 Free for £1 thus saving another 50p or buy a couple of 25p Advent Calendars, empty out the chocs into a bowl & you've saved even more money.
The combinations are endless ( they're not, but it sounds good) & I've even given you a presentation tip in the thread pic.

Ok, here goes, choose 1 from each of the following options

Starter -
2 Tins of Heinz Soup for £1
Sardines In Tomato Sauce 3 Pack for £1
Princes Crab Meat In Brine 170g £1
Parsons Pickled Mussels 155g £1
Bruschetta Tomato & Oregano 150g £1

Mains -
1 x Fray Bentos Meatballs In Tomato Sauce 380g & 1 x Felizzano Spaghetti 500g for £1
2 Tins of Branston Macaroni And Cheese 395g for £1

Dessert -
Ambrosia Rice Pudding Tin 400g 50p
Ambrosia Custard Tin 400g 50p
Jacob's Mint Club Bar 6 Pack + 2 Free £1

Cheese Biscuits
Mcvities Cheddars 150g 50p

Drinks

Cappuccino Irish Cream 12 Cup £1
Cappuccino Whiskey 12 Cup £1
Pepsi Max 1.5 Litre +33% Extra Free £1
Coca-cola Zero Sugar 2L £1
Emerge Energy Can Dual Function 250ml 4 for £1 (this could be useful for later that night!)

After Dinner Chocolates

After Dinner Mints 250g £1
Turkish Delight Thins 200g £1
Mint Matchmakers 130g £1
Advent Calendar Chocs 25p per Calendar
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[mod] 3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago
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4 Likes #1
I hope my partner doesn't see this... (;_;)
1 Like #2
Omg
#3
After dinner mints on Valentine's day??? Come one. After so many expensive things I am expecting Ice Cream :)
#4
makes me feel queasy just thinking about pickled mussels.
1 Like #5
Sliwka
After dinner mints on Valentine's day??? Come one. After so many expensive things I am expecting Ice Cream :)
Are you thinking of a Magnum?
#6
Quidco?

Every penny counts (but she's definitely worth a fiver if not)



Edited By: steveex on Feb 02, 2017 12:54: dribble
1 Like #7
Classy!
#8
glad I'm not your Valentine!
#9
if you're feeling generous there's always a selection of branded bubble bath and artificial flowers you can rip the petals off (stalks always useful for the garden to hold up your wilting flowers.....PMSL). also, they sell durex play gel and the occasional vibrator and batteries just in case you want to keep in the good books for a budget wife peace keeping mission. bonus is you've had your tea and not been touched. saves money for buying the mistress a lovely bunch from ****. just saying. :D:D:D:D:D
3 Likes #10
Cold! 99p shop is a whole 5 pence cheaper...
#11
I think you should push the boat out and go to Iceland. I think you'd do better for your fiver X)
6 Likes #12
Even more savings the following year as you will be single :p

Added heat!
2 Likes #13
With a date like this, there's no chance she would say no, so here's a tip for further savings:


http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/07/28/article-2380369-1B08186D000005DC-93_634x527.jpg
http://i3.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article2099228.ece/ALTERNATES/s1200/McDonalds-Wedding.jpg
1 Like #14
Nice Valentine's Meal selection there OP - particularly the Crabs - Pickled Mussels (hopefully) - Meatballs and Custard

Although the Advent Calendar Chocs are probably way past the sell by date and may require the Emerge Energy Can Dual Function to enhance the Valentines Day Meal experience -
Which on second thoughts could be very appropriate

If all else fails - There's a Turkish Delight to fall back on! :)

Edited By: jimmybo on Feb 02, 2017 15:30: After Dinner Selection Update
1 Like #15
I read this cos I thought it might be amusing. It wasn't!!
2 Likes #16
Sounds like Poundland posted this
#17
corrrrrrrrrrrrrr
2 Likes #18
Or save even more money by not buying into this ridiculous concept and concentrate on all the free things you can do for someone you care about.

Valentines is for single people anyway isn't it? I never really understood when this concept changed.

Edited By: g8spur on Feb 02, 2017 17:17
#19
I love this if youre on a budget, not everyone needs £££ spending on them on Valentines Day!
#20
How the other half live!oO
3 Likes #21
In all fairness,if you are skint and dont have a lot of money its a great idea :)
http://cdn.ebaumsworld.com/thumbs/2015/02/14/121549/84460368/hamsper.jpg
#22
No girl could ask for more!!
#23
made me chuckle
#24
Heat for entertainment value! If Poundland existed when my dad was young, this is exactly what he would have done for my poor mum!
#25
That certainly would be a night that the loved remember X)
#26
What a legend. Hot! X)
#27
I agree Valentines day is meant to be for single people who are courting and looking for someone
#28
This is hilarious.

If you want to push the boat out on dessert they do 2 steam puddings, Betty something or Cadbury, add the 50p custard for the luxury feel.
#29
BenderRodriguez
With a date like this, there's no chance she would say no, so here's a tip for further savings:http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/07/28/article-2380369-1B08186D000005DC-93_634x527.jpghttp://i3.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article2099228.ece/ALTERNATES/s1200/McDonalds-Wedding.jpg

They look quite happy to be fair. Fair play to them!

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