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5 Cheap Winter Date Ideas

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We understand that in the run-up to Christmas money becomes particularly tight and people feel they can’t have the romantic date nights they might usually have.

Well, whether you're just starting to date or have been together for years, we've got some cute and cosy date ideas that will keep the romance alive without breaking the bank this festive season.

Get your bake on!

Pick up some cheap and cheerful baking supplies and spend some time creating some Christmassy treats. From mince pies to snowman cupcakes there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Have a merry movie marathon

Get cosy with your spouse and pop on a couple of cheesy Christmas films. We all have our favourites, but we highly recommend Nativity, Love Actually, The Office Christmas Party, and The Holiday.

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

Wrap up in your favourite winter coat and enjoy what nature has to offer. Visit your local park for free, or your local National Trust, and take in the beautiful scenery together. Around Christmas time a lot of National Parks hold Christmas light trails which you can enter for free or for a small fee.

Go ice skating

Holding hands on the ice could be a cute date, or a pretty funny date. Whichever way it goes, ice skating can make for a great time. One thing is for sure, this date will certainly have you falling for each other!

Roast marshmallows and tell stories

If you already have a fire pit, or fireplace this idea could be perfect for you. Roast marshmallows on an open fire and reminisce on your past and chat about your future.

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All in all, it isn’t hard to have a romantic date in winter that doesn’t involve spending a small fortune.

If money is a little tight because you are struggling with debts, we want to support you in improving your financial situation.

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