There are some people who will be blown away by the generosity of their loved ones, and given endless wonderful gifts for Valentine's Day. The rest of us - whether we're single, we're rising above the commercialisation of human emotion, or our other half is a skinflint - will have to treat ourselves.
Fortunately, there are some handy freebies that will let us do exactly that, without breaking the bank.
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Free Coke Zero
Nationed, the deal-sharing community, has spotted that anyone with the Greggs app has received a voucher for a free Coke Zero. If you don't have the app yet, its may be too late for this deal. However, there are regular freebies available if you do - plus birthday giveaways - so it's well worth downloading it.
Free Chambord Royale
The users of Hotukdeals.com have spotted a Pitcher & Piano deal for February. You just sign up for the monthly newsletter, and in return you'll get a cocktail or a bottle of Blue Moon. At the moment, the newsletter comes with a freebie each month, so it's the gift that keeps on giving.
This is one for the kids - although technically you're giving yourself an hour or so of free entertainment, so you can take a breath during Half Term. On February 11th, between 1pm and 3pm, All Toys R Us stores (except Swansea) are running a free Lego mini build event - where the kids get to build a Lego Batman vehicle.
Free Drops of Light
The Body Shop is giving away its Drops of Light serum - which apparently makes your complexion brighter. Al you have to do is sign up on the Facebook page, and get a voucher, then take it into a store to claim your freebie.
It's not Valentine's Day, it's apparently Subway Customer Appreciation Day. On February 14, when you buy any large drink or water, you get a free 6" sub. The large drink costs £1.30 and the water £1.20, so it's a great freebie. Latestdeals points out that although the deal technically runs from 11am-7pm, last year some stores ran out of food before the official close, so it's better to go sooner rather than later.