Valentine's day is great in theory if you have an unlimited budget. All of the uber romantic Valentine's day gestures that we've grown accustomed to on television are also uber expensive and there seems to be s disconnect between reality and reality TV. Yes, we would love to take our Valentine on a helicopter ride around downtown Boise on the way to an extravagant rooftop dinner. Ruth Chris Steakhouse and Chandlers are amazing choices for Valentine's dinner but if you they're not realistic options don't worry because there are way more affordable options that can be a lot of fun. Fancy and fun are two different things but at the end of the day if you're relationship is based on material things, this is the wrong blog to be reading. For everyone else check out this cool list that ktvb published of Valentine's Day food deals.

Some of the offers are only valid at participating locations, so be sure to check with your local locations just to be safe before showing up.

Auntie Anne: The store is offering a different Valentine's Day special each day this week through DoorDash. Plus, on Feb. 14, participating locations will be offering a buy-one-get-one deal on heart-shaped pretzels.

Chick-fil-A: The fast food chain is offering up nuggets, cookies and minis in a heart-shaped container for Valentine's Day. These special trays are only available at participating restaurants for a limited time, until Feb. 29, 2020, while supplies last. Prices vary by location and the heart-shaped containers are only available when you buy a 30-count Chick-fil-A Nuggets, a 10-count of Chick-n-Minis, or a 6-count of Chocolate Chunk cookies.

Chili's: "Couple up" at Chili's for a $25 meal for two. The offer includes a starter, two full-sized entrees and a dessert for $25. And in the Valentine's Day spirit, the $5 margarita of the month is called "The Hearts on Fire 'Rita."

Einstein Bros. Bagels: You can get a heart-shaped bagel to celebrate Valentine's Day all week. Available in plain, chocolate chip and cinnamon raisin through Feb. 14.

Hooter's: Get over your ex and get some free food in the process. The restaurant chain's annual "Shred Your Ex" promotion is simple - buy 10 wings, destroy a photo of your ex (or someone who you say is your ex) and get 10 boneless wings for free.

Krispy Kreme: Why tell someone out loud how you feel about them when a donut can do it for you? Krispy Kreme is selling their limited-time Conversation Heart Donuts at participating U.S. stores through Valentine's Day.

Olive Garden: You can celebrate the "perfect night in" with Olive Garden's dinner for 2 ToGo. The special starts at $35 and includes soup or salad and breadsticks, dipping sauce, a shareable entree for two and a dessert. The Italian chain has also brought back printable designs to create your own breadstick bouquet.

Red Lobster: This year you can ditch the flowers and chocolates and give your loved one what they really want, a box filled with Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits. Starting Feb. 10, the seafood chain will be selling heart-shaped Cheddar Bay Biscuit boxes, available for pickup or delivery when ordered through RedLobster.com.