Seal the deal this Valentine’s Day with our top tips to romance your other half

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LOCKDOWN has been tough on lovers – so Valentine’s Day is a chance to give your relationship a boost.

If you are sick of the usual lovey-dovey stuff, you need not fork out a fortune to ramp up the romance this Sunday.

You don’t need too fork out a fortune to ramp up the romance this Sunday

Call me Cupid, but here are some ideas.

JOINED AT THE SIP: What is Valentine’s without a glass of wine or two?

If you want to impress with new knowledge, or learn with your love, check out Aldi Wine School online to access a free educational hub – even a free Aldiploma course to help you understand what you drink.

See aldi.co.uk/aldi-wine-school.

TALK IS CHEAP? Tensions can run high at home when cooped up for so long — but issues can often be sorted with better communication.

I recently discovered the app Paired where you pair up with your other half, answering quizzes and questions to check how you are both feeling.

The basic option is free to download on iOS or Android and it also features guides, tips and a daily conversation starter to tackle topics you might not get round to discussing.

The app is simple to use and does not hit your wallet like talking to a counsellor – around £50 a pop, depending on where you live.

See getpaired.com.

LOVE NOTE: If you fear you have missed the post, or haven’t been able to rustle up a card, send an e-card instead.

It can also be more eco-friendly.

I like paperlesspost.com for this, and you can even spy to see when the note has been opened.

Choose from a free card or pay a little for a personalised photo card.

PLAY AND STAY: Fancy a romantic night at the theatre?

That is still possible, and for free, from your sofa.

Get your fix with a pre-recorded show.

I love free theatre streaming site scenesaver.co.uk.

It has more than 350 shows from across the globe.

No need to pay, just register to watch.

It even offers fake tickets you can print off for free, to make it feel more like the real thing.

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Deal of the day

A pack of 60 Nip+Fab Salicylic Fix night-time pads is just £11.25 if you use your Tesco Clubcard

YOU can get a pack of 60 Nip+Fab Salicylic Fix night-time pads for £11.25 when buying with a Clubcard at Tesco.

Usually £15.

SAVE: £3.75

Cheap treat

McCain Firecracker wedges are £1.50 at Iceland

SPICE up your weekend fakeaway with a bag of new McCain Firecracker wedges, £1.50 at Iceland.

Top swap

There’s no need to spend £146.50 on renowned Sisley Paris Black Rose skin cream…
…when you can get Aldi’s Lacura Ebony Rose cream for £6.99

PAMPERING has cheered me up in lockdown.

But you do not need to fork out a fortune.

Sisley Paris Black Rose skin cream is renowned, but £146.50.

Aldi’s Lacura Ebony Rose cream does the job for £6.99.

SAVE: £139.51

Shop and save

Superdrug has a buy one get one free on Dove Shower Mousse

BUY a bottle of Dove Shower Mousse and get another free at superdrug.com.

The coconut-oil variety is my favourite.

SAVE: £3.99

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