Forget looking high and low for ideas to stun your significant other this Valentine's Day. All you need is your smartphone.
With the help of the smartphone app Groupon, the Central Florida Future has compiled a list of off-the-wall date ideas that may stun your date on Saturday.
Daring date idea
» Aerophile in Lake Buena Vista
Hot air balloon ride for two – $20
» Dolphin Paradise Tours in Cocoa Beach
Two-hour swim with dolphins and manatees for two – $40
» Strikeout Entertainment Center
Bowling and Arcade for four – $22
Includes: one hour of bowling, shoe rental and $5 arcade credit for each person
» The Ice Factory of Central Florida
Ice-skating outing for two – $19
Includes: admission, skate rental, one medium soda and small popcorn for each person
» Skydive Space Center
Skydiving package for two – $229 ($698 value)
Includes: one tandem jump, express reservations and an item from the gift shop.
» Venchi Day Spa
60-minute couples massage – $87
» Yes You Canvas Orlando
Make art and memories with a BYOB painting class for two – $36
» Personalized M&M's – $15
» Shari's Berries
Gourmet Dipped Strawberries and Treats – $15 for $30 worth
Choose from strawberries, cakes pops, cupcakes, truffles and many more.
» 3-month beer subscription from Clubs of America
The gift-giving doesn't need to be limited to just Saturday; send your valentine 12 bottles of a variety of microbrewed beer from renowned craft breweries for three months for $99.99, all with free shipping, according to Groupon.
» 3-month wine subscription from Clubs of America
Beer for him, wine for her! Groupon says the buyer can choose from all red, all white or mixed. Two varieties are delivered each month for three months for $99.99.
From this seeking ideas to romantic rendezvous for two, Groupon offers a wide variety of choices for those looking for a romantic day.
To see more deals for Valentine's Day, just download Groupon or go to www.groupon.com and start saving; don't forget the extra 20-percent-off deal, too.
Melia Topicz is a Contributing Writer for the Central Florida Future.