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Daily Q&A: Where can I find online deals for Valentine's Day gifts?

Where can I find deals online for Valentine's Day items?

Here's a list of sites and discount codes from Currentcodes.com, where you can get Valentine's Day discounts for everything from flowers and candy to jewelry and crystal:

• 1-800-FLOWERS. Save $10 on Flowers and Gifts of $58.99 & up with code VDAYTEN expires 2/14/2011

• JustFlowers.com. Save $6 off $49.99 or more with Code cupid

• Cardstore.com. Save 15% off Valentine's Day cards with code LOVE15, expires 2/18/2011

• Swarovski Crystals. Save 10% off $160 or more with code VALENTINE2011, expires 2/14/2011

• PrintCandies.com. Save 15% off $50 or more with code VDAY15 expires 2/14/2011

• JellyBelly.com. Save 10% off with code MYJBLOVE expires 2/08/2011

• HersheysStore.com. Save 10% off with code VALENTINE10, expires 2/06/2011

• Personalized Jewelry. Save 10% off Valentine's jewelry with code Hearts2011, expires 2/28/2011

• CoutureCandy.com. Save 15% off with code LOVE

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Daily Q&A: Where can I find online deals for Valentine's Day gifts? 02/04/11 [Last modified: Friday, February 4, 2011 3:44pm]
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