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Free Printable Valentine Coupons

Looking for a fun, but inexpensive gift to give to your hubby and kids this Valentine’s Day? How about a packet of coupons customized for fun little treats throughout the month of February?

Like the printable Christmas tags I put together in December, these coupons have an autofill feature. The blue highlighted spots indicate a space for you to type in and customize the coupons.

Type your name in once and all the coupons will be signed “With Love from Mom.” Or whatever name you choose to use, like Super Ultra Lightening Babe.

I’d save that one for your hubby.

Two colors of FREE Printable Valentines coupons

You can download a sheet of these coupons in blue and in red. And if you have printable business card paper in 3.5×2 inch size, you should be able to print these out and pop them apart in a matter of seconds.

Printing them on cardstock or regular white paper works just as well, too. String your coupon book together with a red ribbon and you’re good to go.

What to Give?

Ideas for kid coupons:

  • a night off dishes
  • one hour video game time
  • breakfast in bed
  • a trip to the movies
  • one free donut
  • a run to the ice cream shop

Ideas for sweetie coupons:

  • one free backrub
  • a datenight of your choosing
  • a day free of diaper changing
  • you get to choose the movie with blood and gore
  • a morning trip to Starbucks

Easy Valentine to give with minimal work for an even better price — free!

What kind of coupons would your family like to receive?

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Comments

  1. I love the idea! Thanks! Love Amelie

  2. Another genious idea Super Ultra Lightening!!! Thank you!

  3. FishMama, you sure do make Life as Mom even better! I LOVE these! Thank you for sharing them!

  4. Thanks! These are really cute but I couldnt figure out how to get the little “+” off? Admittedly, I didn’t try very hard!

  5. These are great! My husband and I are trying to watch our budget, so perhaps some of these can be gifts for him! And, honestly, most of them will be chores that I hate doing. The man loves when I do chores. It’s bizarre. lol

  6. What an awesome idea. I will be printing these off for V-day gifts :) Thanks for sharing!

  7. Thanks for this! I love it. Good ideas and frugal too. I really enjoy your blog. :)

  8. Jennifer Stanley says:

    thank you so much! I had plans to make a set of these for my boys and haven’t been able to find the time to create them. They are wonderful!

  9. Tish Thomasa says:

    Love this idea! I am definitely using them.
    Appreciate it – thanks!

  10. Thanks for sharing! Great idea for Valentine’s Day!

  11. I love this! And yes, the glitch with the + is on the red ones too :-( I’ll just do the blue instead. I think I might actually combine these with your candy box idea for a fun gift for hubby.

  12. So how do I get to these? I didn’t see a link to click on–expect the picture of the coupons themselves, but nothing opened when I clicked on that.

  13. This is a great idea! Especially for the kids! This has inspired me to get creative and design V-Day cards for my son to take to school, instead of purchasing pre-made cards! Thank you for this little treat!

  14. Thanks, I’m going to share these with my readers, great job!

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