HAVE you found the one you want to couple up with?
Love Island is back and if it’s put you in the mood for romance, here’s how to plan your own date night without the drama.
Because all you need is love…
SHOW TIME: Settle down for a Love Island binge or a movie night. Use cushions and blankets to set the scene and move lamps from around the house to create a cosy vibe.
Pick your show or film and pop your own popcorn.
Create a dupe of the Tango Ice Blast cinema slushies by blending Tango or any orange-flavoured soft drink, a few ice lollies and a handful of ice.
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PARK LIFE: Choose a scenic spot for a picnic outdoors. Bring blankets and cushions or a rug from home while the evenings are still cool.
Make your own sarnies, load up on some of Morrisons’ ‘two for £3.50’ picnic deals and pour a glass of the Castellore Pinot Grigio Blush, £4.29 at Aldi.
WISH UPON A STAR: If you’re near the coast or in a rural setting, take a blanket to a remote spot with a flask of hot chocolate. Download the free SkyView app to see an augmented reality star map and test your knowledge.
AHEAD OF THE GAME: Inject some competitive spirit into the evening with a games night. Indoors, this might involve a serious battle of the board games or darts.
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But if the weather holds, take it outdoors for a Love Island-style challenge — pick up an inflatable limbo game for £10 on shelves at Iceland now.
TAKE A TRIP: Scour the local council website for free events, talks and exhibitions.
Eventbrite.co.uk has plenty of listings for free music concerts and recitals. Or head off on a historical walk — english-heritage.org.uk has several brilliant options for summer evenings.
FAKE IT ’TIL YOU MAKE IT: Set yourself the challenge of creating a fakeaway dinner together at home. Follow @mealsbymitchofficial on Instagram, who shares tasty recipes for under a fiver.
Or check out skintdad.co.uk for his fakeaway veggie curry night recipe.
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Deal of the day
TREAT yourself to a chilled Starbucks drink, such as the caramel macchiato flavour coffee and get three for £3, usually £2 each.
SAVE: £3 when buying three
WAKE up fast with a glass of Tropicana Sensations pink grapefruit juice.
A carton was £3.50, but is now £2 at Asda.
TREAT your new four-legged young pooch to the Pets At Home puppy range and sign up for the free VIP Puppy club to get ten per cent off your first shop.
KICK back and relax in the great outdoors on a palm-print picnic blanket £19.99, at Mountain Warehouse.
Or pop to Primark to get a similar blanket for £8.
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GET into the holiday mood with new Malibu Strawberry.
The rum-based strawberry liqueur is £13 a bottle at Morrisons instead of £15.50.
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LEGEN-DAIRY savings are on at Sainsbury’s.
It has permanently cut the prices of lots of dairy items, so this Fat Free Natural Yoghurt was £1, but is now 40p.
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