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Valentine’s day is just around the corner. The holiday may have slipped your mind since we’re in the middle of a pandemic. But don’t fret, there’s still time to plan a date or get a gift for your special someone. Below, we’ve assembled a list of romantic discounts and gift ideas—almost all of the featured companies have discounts for health care workers. And if you don’t have anyone to celebrate with, or you’d like to get yourself a Valentine’s gift, we’ve put together a few less-romantic (though maybe more desirable?) gifts as well.

Flower discounts for health care workers

On Valentine’s Day, roses cost twice as much as they normally do. Nurses and other health care workers can cut into the holiday market with exclusive discounts.

Rose Farmers

As the name suggests, Rose Farmers sources fresh roses directly from farms. This holiday day, you can get your Valentine a fresh bouquet and they don’t need to know that you received a discount.

The deal: 35% off orders for nurses and first responders

Urban stems

Urban Stems offers beautiful bouquets and other gifts such as plants and vases as well. If you’re a procrastinator, they also have same-day shipping.

The deal: Use code “farm fresh” for 20% off your order

Jewelry discounts for health care workers

Clean Origin‍

Clean Origin makes lab grown diamonds, which means that they’re perfect and guaranteed to be conflict free. In addition to wedding rings, Clean Origin also offers beautiful bracelets, necklaces and earrings.

The deal: Nurses and first responders get $100 off a lab-grown diamond and engagement ring

Citizen‍

Citizen watches are not in the same league as Rolexes, but they’re a step up from Timex watches. If you’re looking for a chic gift this holiday, Citizen offers a sizable discount for health care workers.

The deal: 15% off for first responders and health care workers

Steven Singer

Ordinarily, Steven Singer doesn’t tolerate “sales, coupon codes, haggling or discounts.” However, for frontline workers, they’ve made an exception‍

The deal: 5% off for nurses, first responders and other medical professionals

Other Gift Ideas

Not everyone wants flowers or jewelry. That's especially true if looking for a Galentine's day gift or a gift for yourself. Here are a few other gift ideas—some elaborate and some simple.

YETI Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Everyone needs to drink water and most health care workers need to drink coffee. Why not enjoy your beverage in a handsome tumbler or mug? YETI offers an exclusive discount for nurses and first responders.

The deal: 20% off for nurses and first responders when you register here.

Nike Valentine's Day Collection

Nike has something for everyone this holiday. From joggers to shoes that keep you feeling fresh after a long shift, you'll be able to save with your health care discount.

The deal: 20% off when you register here‍

Hyatt All-Inclusive Resort

A vacation is an elaborate Valentine's Day gift, but it's one you deserve if you're working as a nurse on the frontlines. If an all-inclusive stay in Mexico or Caribbean can help you or your loved ones stay sane, perhaps it's worth the expense.

The deal: 15% off for nurses

Adam and Eve

Adam and Eve has a wide selection of adult toys and accessories—perfect for either a couple or an individual. The best part is they have discreet shipping and top-notch customer service.

The deal: 50% off for nurses and first responders

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