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Cheap date night ideas

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Applesauce29 Wed 30-Sep-15 15:39:13

Just looking for ideas for nights out with DH that don't cost loads. We're in London. Have booked cinema for this weekend at £27 (since when did cinema become so expensive)?! And could prob get a pub dinner / cheap meal out for two nearby for £60.

Any other ideas for fun nights out less than £100 other than just going out for drinks / dinner?

annielostit Wed 30-Sep-15 16:56:11

Have a look here.
We like early drinks & Tapa's. Look up vouchers deals etc. Is it cheaper to go early??

00100001 Wed 30-Sep-15 16:58:50

Sex. it's free grin

Applesauce29 Wed 30-Sep-15 19:21:15

Haha, yes DH would love that. We only get to go out together every couple of months (due to lack of family support / babysitting options) so want to plan some nice things to look forward to. Will look up voucher codes and link above.

lighteningirl Wed 30-Sep-15 19:23:34

Body shop massage oil and a hotel room

ifonly4 Thu 01-Oct-15 10:10:01

If you shop at Tescos, can clubcard vouchers be converted for eating out in London? We found a pub not far from Victoria station a couple of years ago which charged the same as it would in our area, so might be worth investigating the less obvious.

It's great to get out, but we make a point of having something nice to eat on a Saturday, great if you can buy meal deals but you can cook something simple like a stir fry quickly, with a favourite drink and dessert.

umiaisha Thu 01-Oct-15 13:32:33

We buy our cinema tickets on groupon. 5 for £20 so a real bargain.

Not many exclusions either!

Fluffycloudland77 Thu 01-Oct-15 17:21:23

You could a taste card trial for cheap meals out.

Thumbcat Thu 01-Oct-15 17:33:54

Have a look at Science Museum Lates. It's an adults only thing they do once a month with bars, food and all sorts of things going on. It's free to get in.

Applesauce29 Sat 03-Oct-15 16:08:28

Oh, thanks for all the suggestions - will look into the science museum thing - that sounds really interesting!

gabsdot45 Sat 10-Oct-15 16:01:52

What about some of the walking tours they do in London. I don't live in London but have done a couple as a tourist. The Jack the Ripper one is particularly good and if memory serves it was only about £5 each

serin Sun 01-Nov-15 21:08:21

We are rural, we have bonfires and sit outside with a glass of wine.

There isn't a lot of privacy in our house (3 teenagers) so if we have cash left over we book a hotel room rather than a meal out and enjoy the time alone.

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