That special time of year is creeping up on us. Up and down the country, boyfriends and girlfriends, husbands and wives are wracking their brains looking for the perfect way to show their partner how much they love them.
You might be thinking of whisking them away for a romantic weekend, or taking them to the most exclusive restaurant in town.
Well put your money away, I give you the Wetherspoon Valentine's Day meal for two.
Why go to all that bother when you could stroll round to your local and have a steamy candle-lit dinner with your other half?
For just £20 the British chain is offering couples a selection of mains - including steak - two drinks, and two desserts.
And if you needed any more incentive to take them up on the deal, on its own the steak usually costs around £10 but for Valentine's Day it's £20 for two - and that's with desserts and drinks, too.
The romantic meal could be the perfect present for your lover. Credit: Wetherspoon
So you're saving a bucket load of cash, oh, and you get to spend some quality time with your significant other, which I guess could be nice as well.
And for an extra fiver you can also get a bottle of Prosecco to share.
Credit: JD Wetherspoon
If steak isn't really your thing though, you can choose from BBQ ribs, a mixed grill, or a Mediterranean vegetable lasagne.
While the desserts on offer include warm cookie dough sandwich with ice cream and a chocolate brownie.
And don't worry, you won't have to go through this sober - heaven forbid - the usual wines, spirits with mixer, largers, ales, and ciders are all part of the deal.
The pub chain is offering a romantic meal for Valentine's Day. Credit: PA
Last year there was panic and outrage as the chain had to pull steak from its menu in the run up to Valentine's Day, because of quality issues with the meat from its supplier, Russel Hume.
The meat option was pulled from all 900 pubs across the country.
One bartender told the Sun at the time: "It's to do with a supplier issue and the steaks have all been recalled. They've not told us what it is."
The supplier claimed the recall was due to a 'mislabelling issue'.
Let's hope the same doesn't happen this year, when we're all racing down to our nearest Spoons to get our fix of romance, eh?
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