The Gift That Keeps on Giving

I was sent this Datevitation book in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given, and all opinions are my own. Now, let’s get to the good stuff!

8 - Datevitation LogoI remember when I was little that just about every year for my dad’s birthday, I would make him a little coupon book of “gifts” for him to cash in throughout the year. They’d be simple things like making breakfast for him on a Saturday morning (hello, cereal) or washing his car.

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When Datevitation contacted me about creating a custom coupon book, it instantly reminded of the books I used to make for my dad, and I was so excited to make a love-themed one for TJ. The Datevitation books are like an amplified version of the books I used to make as kid. First of all, you get to add your faces to the book, which was a lot of fun. Secondly, there are SO many different coupons to choose from – everything from kayaking to take out & a movie.

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I gave TJ his book last week, but this would also make an awesome Valentine’s Day present (how are we almost to February, by the way??) Interested in making your own? Books normally start at $25, which is great, because it won’t break the bank.

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As a special treat for you guys, you can use the code  ‘LOVENOTES’  for $10 off your purchase plus free shipping (a total value of $13.50). The order cut-off date for guaranteed delivery by Valentine’s Day is February 3 so make sure to get your order in before then!

Datevitation Review | RLNDatevitation Review | RLNBest of all, you can enter to win a custom love coupon book using the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!

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