Super Fun and Affordable Date Ideas

If you have been married for 50 years, together for 6, or just getting ready to go on your first date do not worry about how you are going to pay for all that “relationship things”. There are a ton of fun, cheap date ideas!

1. Play in the snow, build a snowman and then drink cocoa.

2. Proceed to a community drama, a dress rehearsal, high school or college play.

3. Do an inside or outside picnic.

4.  Do work out together; It is enjoyable since the gym patrons do know you to flirt with one another in the Gymea together.

5. Go roller skating or ice-skating.

6. Picture marathon with ice cream sundaes. Choose a genre, queue up a few pictures and make.

7. Play hides and seek in a corn field (or the forests).

8. Go on a very long walk around your neighborhood at night.

9. Proceed into a real-live movie store, pick out a picture together then pop homemade popcorn at home.

10. Proceed to real estate sales together.

11. Spa night together; spoil each other with home remedies like bubble baths, exfoliating face
and body scrubs, foot massages, etc.

12. Create a romantic dinner at home.

13. Play ping-pong; ping-pong is extremely inexpensive.

14. Bowl; bowling alleys have fun things and specials like bowling with music.

15. Go yarn-bombing collectively; channel your inner workings.

16. Go on a midnight bike ride together.

17. (Mother cover your eyes) Practice Kama Sutra.

18. Proceed to the hardware store; wander around, if money was no object and fantasy of whatever you would do to your home. $2,000 chandelier? No problem!

19. Build something together.

20. Go canoeing!

21. Go camping!

22. Go hiking!

23. Go fishing!

24. Find the best happy hours in the city and make the appetizers your meal; my husband and I go into a place in town which has a happy hour. Then, it divides.

25. Use coupon sites to get great deals on items you would not normally do.

26. Proceed to a class! Seriously. They have them and they might have them in your city. It’s a steal.

27. Have friends over and play board games.

28. Proceed to an antique shop and talk about the previous lives of older objects.

29. Get some thrift shop tennis rackets and visit your town’s free courts.

30. Proceed to the neighborhood pool.

31. Fly kites!

32. Test drives an expensive car.

33. Go on a tour for beer, food, etc. Learn what tours businesses in town offer and try out one.

34. Move thrifting or garage sale-ing collectively.

35. Do breakfasts date; breakfast is the cheapest meal choice (and tastiest if you ask me).

36. Make a new recipe collectively.

37. Play strip poker.

38. Locate a free (or very cheap) course and take it together.

39. Go for an ice cream date. Then walk and talk to your cone.

40. Find cheap sporting event tickets or visit your Community high-school or college games.

41. Push up to the highest stage on your town, spread out a blanket and gaze up at the stars.

42. Proceed to the animal shelter and pet the animals.

43. Teach each other something; you know something they know how to do and your spouse does not. This is the perfect opportunity

44. Take photographs of each other; perhaps your networking profile pictures are out of date. Spend an afternoon.

45. Research your local bus and train lines; there might be a train which goes up into the mountains or you might be got by a bus ride. In any event, it’s worth looking into.

46. Open Mic or Improve nights; there is a reason why although I feel like that one shows up on each list. It’s fun!

47. Volunteer together

48. Babysit together

49. Make a time-capsule

50. Make the Most of the season; it’s carving pumpkins, decorating the Christmas tree, or hiding Easter eggs. Regardless of the season there is something interesting.

51. Go through your old yearbooks; inform your spouse all about your high-school days.

52. Reminisce on your fist date.

53. See how creative you can get; take turns planning dates which have a limit that is $10.