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Budgeting for love (video blog)
By Tammy May

BUdget for loveDid you know that Australians spent over $800 million dollars on Valentine’s Day last year? That’s a lot of flowers and chocolates. The same amount of money would buy a week’s supply of groceries for more than three million families. That’s why this month’s video blog is all about finding more meaningful, less expensive ways to say “I love you” on Valentine’s Day.

Tammy May’s February 2015 video blog

Still want to buy something for your Valentine? Here are 10 gift ideas for under $10:

  1. Bubbles: There are loads of sparkling wines for under $10 at Dan Murphy’s.
  2. Memorable moments: Load a USB flash drive (8GB for $7 at OfficeWorks) with your favourite photos or music.
  3. Om: Give your special person the gift of yoga. Mats start at $10.
  4. Picture perfect: Photo enlargements cost less than a dollar at Big W.
  5. A flame for your flame: Pillar candles start at $10 from Dusk.
  6. Dance the night away: Portable speakers start at $10 at K-Mart or earbuds from $4.
  7. Sweethearts with sweet teeth: Haigh’s boxes begin at $6.95.
  8. Sunset cruise: Woo your Valentine with nibbles and a bottle of wine at the beach.
  9. Indulgence: Magnum Minis are less than $10 for six from most supermarkets.
  10. Gift of service: Cook dinner, clean the house, mind the kids… Aprons start at $7 from Target.
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