Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Turn Valentine's Day into Valen10's Day! !

Valentine’s Day may be the greatest holiday of the year because, well, who doesn’t love love? But year after year of showering your sweetheart with the same old flowers, chocolates and pink-furred teddy bears can definitely get dull and uninspired. So if you’re looking for ways to rekindle the romance on February 14th, #NoWorries. We’ve got you covered with a few tips that will put more love in your Valentine’s Day than the tips of Cupid’s arrows.

Cook Up Some Romance
Dinner at a fancy restaurant is the go-to Valentine’s Day move. We’re not saying it’s a bad idea, but let’s be honest, we’ve all been there, done that. So this year, switch things up and wine and dine your valentine in the comfort of your own home. Use your Net10 smartphone to find a gourmet recipe or cooking tutorial and impress your significant other with some new culinary skills. Then, set the table, add a few candles, and use your smartphone to play some romantic tunes for a truly memorable dinner. Remember, there’s a reason aprons say, “Kiss The Cook.”

A Romantic Stroll Down Memory Lane
Nothing stirs up sentimental feelings better than a well-made photo album. So this Valentine’s Day, browse through your phone, pick out the best pics, and compile them into a collection that highlights all your favorite moments you’ve spent together. You can either print them out and make a physical scrapbook, or send messages throughout the day to act as small and loving reminders of your everlasting romance.

Valentine’s Day Gifts, #UpgradeTo10
When it comes to Valentine’s Day gifts, we’ve all given and received the classics. But this year, why not go the extra distance and gift your loved one a beautiful new device? With great deals on the latest smartphones, like the Samsung Galaxy S6 and LG G4, you’ll be sure to ‘wow’ your sweetie and make it an unforgettable Valentine’s Day.

Have any tips on how to further upgrade Valentine’s Day? Share them with us on our Facebook and Twitter channels using #UpgradeTo10.

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