Inexpensive Valentines Day Gift Ideas For Your Boyfriend or Husband
If you're getting a Valentine's Day gift for your boyfriend or husband, get him something he can play with. Men are like big babies. They have a huge sweet tooth (so chocolates definitely work on them) and they love gadgets and games. One year I made a huge basket of sweets and snacks (I bought from Walgreens, so nothing fancy) and dropped it off at my boyfriend's workplace with a big red bow. Did he love it? Of course he did! He was proud to show off that he was the only person in the office to get a basket of goodies. Needless to say, all the other co workers went through and tried to steal all of the snacks in the basket, but still! Guys like being surprised as well. Or, as unromantic as it sounds, get him a video game he wants.
If he has finally grown out of the video game phase, get him man jewelry. I'm talking about the cool watches or really unique cuff links. And you think men don't like being pampered? They love it! Without women introducing men to spas and massages, they wouldn't go alone and they wouldn't know what they're missing out on. One of the best Valentine's day was when I treated my boyfriend and I to a couple's massage. He loved it. He now gets more massages than I do and I know he appreciated me introducing him to such pampering. If getting a massage is too expensive for you, you can buy a massage book for like $10, along with massage oil and setup your own spa at home. It's romantic, fun and uber sexy! Dress up for the occasion and show him your massaging skills. This will be very inexpensive yet very effective, if you know what I mean (raise of one eyebrow).
Here's a list of things to consider when looking for a gift for your man: