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Valentine's Day Freebies!

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Many local restaurants are offering freebies for you and your loved one on Valentine's Day.

"This year, Valentine's Day Freebies include free coffee, entree with a kiss, desserts and free spaghetti for a year for getting engaged," said Matt Cheng, creator of eCoupons.com and the new ValentinesDayFreebies.net website.

Valentine's Day 2013 Freebies

1. Ben & Jerry's: $3 off Valentine's Day Cake.

2. Boston Market: Free Individual Dessert with Entree.

3. Denny's: Free cup of coffee.

4. Fazoli's: If you get engaged at a Fazoli's restaurant, you'll not only get a partner for life, you'll both receive free spaghetti for a year.

5. Krispy Kreme: Purchase one dozen Valentine's Doughnuts and receive 12 Valentine's Cards good for one free doughnut of your choice.

6. Qdoba Mexican Grill: Free entree with kiss.

7. Quiznos: Free cookie with sub.

8. Starbucks: Buy one featured drink (Vanilla Spice Latte, Caffe Mocha or Hot Chocolate) and share one free.

9. Free "lite-hearted" heart-shaped glazed donut at every Busken Bakery, Remke-biggs and UDF, while supplies last.

Valentine's Day Flowers can be ordered online even on Valentine's Day.

1. FTD: 10% off Flowers

2. Teleflora: 20% off Valentine's Day bouquet.

3. Proflowers: 15% off Valentine's Day Flowers and Gifts.

 

Printable Coupons for these offers can be found at www.ValentinesDayFreebies.net

More last minute Valentine's Day Sales can be found at www.eCoupons.com

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