Let Food Be Your Valentine With These Valentine's Day Deals

Photo: Courtesy of Papa John's.
Who says Valentine's Day is only for the partnered people? Regardless of your current relationship status, you can celebrate big this V-Day with great deals from some of your favorite restaurants. The many deals, discounts, and freebies offered this February 14 will transform Valentine's Day from a holiday we dread to one we really enjoy. Here are a few of the most exciting deals to look out for.

Show yourself some love with a heart-shaped pizza from Papa John's this Tuesday. According to BrandEating, these adorable thin pizzas are available now through Valentines Day. At participating stores, you can get a medium one-topping, heart-shaped pizza and an order of brownies for $15. That one deal covers two important V-Day elements: hearts and chocolate.

You'll also find heart-shaped treats at Auntie Anne's. For My Pretzel Perks members, the shop is offering buy-one, get-one heart-shaped Original and Cinnamon Sugar pretzels, making it possible to be both salty and sweet on the 14th.

If you're looking to get out with a loved one on Valentine's Day, considered grabbing a bite at Qdoba Mexican Eats. The chain is bringing back Qdoba For a Kiss this year, which is a promotion that gives one free entrée with the purchase of an entrée if you pucker up at the register. It doesn't matter if you're kissing a friend, a date, or a longtime S.O., the BOGO is all yours with just one smooch. February 10-15, Qdoba will also be donating $1 to No Kid Hungry for every kissing photo shared on social media with hashtag #QdobaForAKiss.

Dunkin' Donuts wants to make your Valentine's Day even sweeter with a chance to win free coffee and doughnuts for an entire year. Enter the “Dunkin’ Love” photo contest by posting a photo to Instagram that explains what role Dunkin’ Donuts plays in your love story. And, don't forget the #DunkinLoveContest hashtag. One grand prize winner will not only get coffee and doughnuts for a year, he or she will also receive $2,500. Now that's something worth celebrating.
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