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    33 Inexpensive Valentine's Day Gifts That Your Partner Will Actually Want

    TBH, these are all better than a giant stuffed bear.

    1. A flat water flask with silicone accents that make it easy to grip from any angle. Not only does it look adorable, it'll save them from having to buy a single-use bottle every time they get thirsty.

    2. A celestial One Line a Day journal that'll take them a whole five years to complete. Now all their most treasured mems (including the special ones they share with you) will be conveniently kept in one written time capsule.

    3. A variety pack of beard oils to add shape and shine to their beard, and get rid of any annoying itchiness. Plus they smell great, which obviously benefits you, too!

    4. A screaming goat figurine, because your lover could definitely use more shrieking Bovidae in their life. It comes with a 32-page book of goat facts, so they'll probably learn something, too.

    5. A book of downright gorgeous woodsy abodes that might inspire them to kiss city living goodbye and move into the wild with you (or at least book a camping trip). I mean, even if they don't, they'll appreciate the #cabinporn.

    6. A crème brûlée pan so that they don't have to go to a restaurant to enjoy their favourite indulgent dessert. If you've got some extra money lying around, pair it with a torch so that they can acheive that perfect carmelized crust, too.

    7. A intimacy deck that'll help you get to know your partner even better than you already do. Each card includes a question that'll help you connect on a deeper level — who doesn't want that?

    8. A scratch-off map so they'll be able to remember where they've been (and where they still have left to go). It may also inspire a couple's getaway, which would be a huge win for the both of you.

    9. A boba-shaped earbud case that'll keep their prized possessions lookin' cute. It’s compatible with first- and second-generation AirPods, so you don’t have to stress about sizing.

    10. A handy label maker that they can use to mark their territory. It may sound like a weird gift, but my boyfriend bought me this for Christmas and I've been obsessed with it ever since.

    11. A mini felt letter board sign for their desk that'll make their workspace the envy of everyone in their office. It comes with 160 letters, numbers, and symbols, so they'll have everything they need to craft their message.

    12. A set of David's Tea's most popular feel-good blends that'll give them some more interesting cozy beverages to drink than their go-to Earl Grey.

    13. A stainless steel fondue set, because if the thought of bubbling cheese and chocolate doesn't woo your partner, I seriously don't know what will. Reviewers love how easy it is to clean and say you get a lot of bang for your buck.

    14. A dainty, stackable ring with a baguette-cut crystal that looks like it costs a fortune, but doesn't. You probably shouldn't propose with this, but it'll be a cute addition to their collection.

    15. A heart-shaped box of Lindt chocolate, because Valentine's Day is the perfect occasion to dive head-first into a box of cocoa-filled goodness.

    16. Or a jar of Lindt milk chocolate spread that's like Nutella, but even more indulgent. They'll want to put it on everything from toast to ice cream, or, ya know, just eat it with a spoon.

    17. A faux leather camera bag to protect their precious gadget from dust, scratches, and damage. IIt has a long strap that they can wear on their shoulder or crossbody style.

    18. A book of New York Times Sunday crosswords that they can do any day of the week. It's packed with 75 puzzles, so it'll get them through countless commutes and lazy mornings.

    19. A bottle of Canadian-made habenero hot sauce that's a little bit fancier than Tabasco or Cholula (not knocking those, they're amazing). If you want to heat up your Valentine's dinner date, this will do the trick.

    20. A YETI stackable mug to make their trips to Starbucks and their wildest outdoor adventures aesthetically pleasing. It's vacuum insulated, so their drink won't go hot or cold on them in two seconds (important when facing a heat wave or blizzard).

    21. A fill-in-the-blank book that you can pack with things you love about your partner and your relationship. Yes, it's a bit cheesy, but that's what Valentine's Day is all about, right?

    22. A seed starter kit that'll help them grow their own flowers (much better than a bouquet, if you ask me). Reviewers love how the kit comes with everything you need to get started, so you don't have to purchase extra bells and whistles.

    23. A bestselling book of iconic record covers that showcases the best rock album art from the '60s to the '90s. If your partner loves music, they'll probably love this.

    24. A bamboo caddy tray that'll help them make the most of their bath time. It has a recessed wine glass holder, extra storage hooks for loofas, and a bar to rest their book or tablet on.

    25. A set of dream decoder cards that'll help them figure out what their sweet dreams about you actually mean. Plus, you can steal them if you have some sort of bonkers dream while staying over at their place (a win-win).

    26. A ravioli maker that'll help them create some seriously gourmet Italian meals (hopefully for you). It comes with easy-to-follow recipes for pasta dough and ravioli so they can start testing out your skills as soon as they open it.

    27. An Old Fashioned cocktail kit that includes everything they need (besides alcohol) to craft the perfect boozy beverage. Now they'll be able to create some impressive drinks, even when there are no mixers in sight.

    28. A copy of Journal 29, an interactive gaming book that's the perfect present for someone who loves a good puzzle or riddle. They can check if their answers are correct by scanning QR codes with their phone, so they'll know when it's ready to move onto the next phase.

    29. A glass cold brew maker that'll save them a fortune on iced coffees and won't take up a ton of fridge real estate. The filter can handle even the finest ground coffee, and can be used for iced tea, too.

    30. A fermentation kit to help them master the art of making pickles and kombucha. Throw in a book on fermenting to get them started on their probiotic adventures.

    31. A set of shea butter Body Shop goodies that's less expensive than a trip to the spa, but will make them feel totally pampered. Also, shea butter is great for hydrating dry skin, so it's perfect for this dry February weather.

    32. A copy of Date Night In, a cookbook jam-packed with recipes that you'll want to make and eat together. It's broken down by season, so you'll always be working with the freshest ingredients.

    33. And finally, a bottle of hypoallergenic, vegan-friendly lube to make sure everything goes smoothly when you take a trip to the boudoir 😉.

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