So, you want to get a great Valentines Day present for them. Something that will show how much you care, how much you value them, how much your relationship and they mean to you. Buying some last minute flowers or chocolates won’t do that. That’s simply throwing money at Valentines Day, and there is no romance in that! There are two techniques I want you to consider in your gift. One is extreme personalization, and the other is surprise. If you can do both, so much the better! If only one, that’s fine too.
So, what do I mean by extreme personalization? Get them something they love that only you, or perhaps a very few people, know they would love! You need to know them well for this, or might pull it off by being sneaky and perhaps talking to old friends of theirs or family. Don’t let anyone know what you’re up too for maximum effect! Surprise is simple to understand, but harder to pull off. They are probably expecting a gift. Make it a very special gift they simply wouldn’t expect.
How about a cruise? That’s probably a big surprise! A surprise doesn’t have to be expensive however. You might for example cook them a meal, especially if they think you can’t cook (hint: it’s not hard and you get massive points for just trying!). Now I know some of you may not be able to pull off a great present every time, and the classic gifts are wonderful too.