Valentine’s Day is approaching, and if you have not started preparing, you’re already behind. Lucky for you, we’ve got some ideas that will save your butt. Local businesses have shared some of their Valentine’s Day specials and promotions, so we have compiled a list of steps to help this romantic day go as smooth as Marvin Gaye’s voice.
South Beach Tanning Company is offering double the fun! On February 13 and 14, you can get a buy two, get two of any level tan or sunless session. If you feel like you look too pale in your Valentine’s dress or are already thinking about Spring Break, this deal is perfect for you!
Struggling to find the perfect gift for your significant other? We have some ideas for you.
67 Styles is offering some awesome services. You can get:
Whatever you do, do not forget the flowers. Colonial House of Flowers is having a Georgia Southern Valentine’s Day! Their special flower arrangement is in a GS tumbler with a “Baby Freedom” plush and a “Field of Flowers” candle that was inspired by Paulson Stadium. They are the Official Florist of GS Athletics, and a few football players will even be on hand to make deliveries. They accept Eagle Express as well!
While Statesboro has many great options when it comes to taking your significant other out, a traditional idea for a romantic dinner would be The Beaver House. One item on their Valentine’s Day menu is a tender cut of prime rib with a half-dozen fried fantail shrimp and a stuffed potato for $23.99 while another option is a boneless grilled chicken breast with angel hair pasta and steamed broccoli with hollandaise, and your choice of marinara or alfredo sauce. They will be open from 5:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and you can make reservations at (912) 764-2821.
Go ahead and get everything together now because bae will not be happy with a “Happy Valentine’s Day, boo!” text. Trust us. Also, if you don’t have someone to spend Valentine’s Day with, you can still buy yourself some chocolate when it goes on sale. You’re worth it.
Brooke is an English major and is from the two-traffic-light town of Glennville, Ga. When she’s not writing essays or reading literature books bigger than the dictionary, Brooke enjoys binge watching Netflix, adding to her makeup collection and all things “Frozen” (she may or may not have an Olaf pillow pet…). She is currently the Print Editor for the Reflector.