Last Minute Valentines Presents on a Student Budget
Blown your student loan already but still want to show your other half you care? Check out our last minute Valentine’s gifts – all of which can be bought on campus!
Spent the remainders of your loan on Bakery 164 and booze, but still want to show your other half that you care?
Look no further! Here’s a guide to finding a unique Valentines present around campus without asking your bank to extend your overdraft… again.
1. Pound Coin Key Ring, £2
Where: The Edge
If your Valentine is showing a little holiday weight, this is the subtle little hint to turn them into a gym bunny (just hope it doesn’t backfire and is used on a shopping trolley). It will also stop them scrounging change off you in the future, bonus!
2. Jumbo Sausage Role, £1.20
Where: Proper Pasty Co.
A tasty treat from the Proper Pasty Company will get his heart racing, and who knows, he might even show you his jumbo sausage roll.
3. Burt’s Bees Lip Balm, £3.69
Hoping your valentine will have super soft suckers on the 14th? Give them a helping hand with this little pot of joy – pucker up!
There’s something for every sweet-toothed Valentine in this bag of goodies from Essentials. Sweeten him up and he can be your sugar daddy.
5. Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Free
Where: Brotherton Library
Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? … not in Leeds, but if fancy yourself an old-fashioned romantic get to Brotherton to pick up a book to woo your Valentine. (If that doesn’t take your fancy, a few aisles down you can find a book on Karma Sutra).
6. Fruity Ticket, £4
If you’d prefer to spend your night in the company of other couples, then this is your golden ticket. Find a spot in Stylus and dance the night away.
7. Cocktails, 2 for 1 from 5-9pm
If all else fails take your Valentine down to Terrace. Show him your ‘Slippery Nipple’ and he will ‘Woo-woo’ you. You might even end up with a ‘Screaming Orgasm’…
Don’t forget the essential survival kit for anyone on Valentine’s Day:
At the bargain price of £2. A can of red bull from the Michael Sadler vending machine (to keep you going all night), a handful of free condoms from the second floor of the Union (self-explanatory) and perhaps a pack of paracetamol from Essentials for the morning after.