Valentine's Day is Thursday, February 14 and we've got deals to save you some money.
Kiss your Valentine, your mom or even the guy in line behind you at Qdoba on Thursday and get a free entree when you buy one. No coupon required.
Krispy Kreme has a deal that runs through February 14. Buy a dozen doughnuts and get 12 free Valentine's cards. Each card has a coupon for a free doughnut.
Visit Starbucks after 2 p.m. on Wednesday or Thursday for a free featured drink when you buy one. Offer good on hot chocolate, vanilla spice latte and caffe mocha. You will need a coupon for this deal.
At participating Quiznos you can get dessert. You'll get a free cookie when you purchase a regular or large sub sandwich. A coupon is required.
Download a free Valentine's love story on your e-reader. The Kindle Edition book is by Munson Aldrich Havens and Griswold Tyng. The book is regularly priced at $9.99.
If you need a little music to get in the mood, download a free TuneCore Artist Compilation of 78 tunes to your MP3 player.
Redbox is offering a free movie when you buy a specially marked package of Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popping Corn or Ready-to-Eat Gourmet Popped Corn in a variety of flavors. Promotion codes and details are inside the package.
Stop by Denny's between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Valentine's Day for a free cup of one of their new Diner Roasts. If you miss out, bring this coupon with you to get a free coffee with an entree purchase.
At Ruby Tuesday you'll get a free dessert if you make a reservation for between February 14 -17.
If you know of any more free deals, leave them in the comments section below.
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