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Lovebirds stuck on what to do for Valentine's Day this year can surely agree on a romantic meal for two.
Luckily, there are plenty of lockdown-friendly supermarket meals to keep the romance alive for the occasion.
Popular options include Marks and Spencer's £20 dine in menu for two and Sainsbury's £20 Valentine's menu, which includes scallops or steak.
For a limited time at home diners can save £5 off any supermarket meal deal through TopCashback.
The deal gives shoppers £5 cashback when they spend a minimum of £7 on a Valentine's meal deal in store – you just have to keep hold of the receipt to redeem.
All you have to do is sign up for a free TopCashback for account, pop to your local supermarket to buy your meal and snap and submit a picture of your receipt over on the cashback website.
You'll have to act fast as the offer ends at 10PM on February 14.
Marks and Spencer launch £20 Valentine's Day dine meal deal for two
Now you've sorted out what you'll be eating on the special day, it might be time to also think about what gifts you might want to present your other half with on the day.
Typically, flowers and chocolates are popular gifting options for Valentine's Day.
However, if you're looking for the perfect gifts for her, or the gift you know he'll love there's plenty of options out there. If you're on a budget, you can also check out a selection of gifts for under a tenner.
How to claim £5 off your Just Eat takeaway
- Sign up for free at TopCashback and create an account.
- Buy a Valentine's meal deal from your supermarket of choice, spending £7 or more.
- To qualify for cashback, you must send a photo of a valid receipt – full T&C's on the website.
- The £5 cashback will be paid into your bank account up to 30 days after the promotion end date subject to a successfully tracked purchase.
- Valentine’s Day
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