The cheapest Valentine's Day meal has been revealed - with a yummy three-course dinner for under £4 each

Aldi has launched its cheapest Valentine's Day meal deals for two with steaks, seafood and veggie options.

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If you're looking to woo that special someone or treat your other half to a tasty Valentine's Day dinner that doesn't break the bank then look no further than Aldi for the cheapest Valentine's meal.

Just because the cost of living is rising doesn't mean you can't shop around for the best Valentine's Day meal deals. And if your budget is a little tight this month fear not for Aldi has some romantic meal options that its customers are going to LOVE.

This Valentine's Day, set up a table for two and unwind with a romantic meal from as little as £3.63 per person. To celebrate the most romantic day of the year on 14th February, Aldi customers can indulge in a three-course meal for less - featuring Aldi’s new range including Heart Shaped Lobster Filled Pasta, luxurious Scallop & Champagne Gratins, as well as tasty plant-based options.  

Those looking to pull out all the stops can be sure they’re going for gold with Aldi’s Specially Selected Oysters (£3.99, 360g), ‘To My Butter Half’ Wagyu Sirloin Steaks with Smoked Salt & Wild Garlic Butter (£10.99, 2 x 400g) and the decadent Specially Selected Gastro Melting Bombe (£4.99, 350g).  

Aldi's cheapest Valentine's Day meal deal - £3.84pp / £5.83 with wine

Romantic and rich, this seafood-based pasta is the key to their heart this Valentine’s Day and you can enjoy a taste of Italy with Aldi’s Mini Heart Shaped Garlic Bread (£1.29, 145g). Just enough to set their appetite alight, this mouth-watering bread is perfect for sharing. For a showstopping main, serve up the Heart Shaped Lobster Filled Pasta (250g) for just £2.99. And finish off with the spectacular Specially Selected Chocolate Vegan Melt in the Middle Heart (£2.99, 180g) before washing it all down with a glass of the Grapevine Pinot Grigio (50cl, £3.99). 

Aldi Valentine's Day meals

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'Meat' at your place or mine? £6.77pp / £8.72 with wine

For the meat lovers, start with the Chicken Love Nuggets (£2.99, 350g), before filling their stomachs and their hearts with the Ashfields 21 Days Matured British Beef Steak (£2.89, 227g each). Serve alongside the tasty Specially Selected Wagyu Basted Thick Cut Chips (£2.29, 400g). 

Finish the meal with a sharing dessert like the Valentine’s Heart Shaped Cookie (£2.49, 149g) and pair with a bottle of the Grapevine Merlot (£3.89, 75cl) to complete this meat-feast meal for under £10. 

'Sea'-mply delicious £5.99pp/ £7.93 with wine

Seafood lovers need look no further this Valentine’s as Aldi launches a range of fish mains and starter just in time for the big day. Pick up Aldi’s Specially Selected Scallop & Champagne Gratins (£3.99, 200g) for a single serving of decadence at a purse friendly price. Catch up over a light and healthy main with the Specially Selected Tuna Steaks (£4.99, 2 pack) and indulge over dessert with the delicious Profiterole Stack (£2.99, 8 pack in store from 11th Feb) that’s ideal for dinner date sharing. For a three-course meal under £8, accompany with the Grapevine Sauvignon Blanc (£3.89, 75cl). 

Veggie delight - £4.78pp/ £7.27 with wine

Hot on the heels of Veganuary, there’s something for everyone this Valentine’s Day as Aldi serves up a meat and dairy free three course bonanza, starting with a creamy vegan Mushroom Arancini (£2.99, 180g). Then win them over with a taste of the Specially Selected Vegan Pies (£1.79 each, 250g) and melt their hearts with the chocolatey Specially Selected Vegan Melt in the Middle Heart (£2.99, 180g). Add some fizz with the Costellore Vegan Prosecco Vino Frizzante (75cl) for just £4.99, making a complete vegan valentine meal for just £6 per person.   

Aldi Valentine's Day meals

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Selina Maycock
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Selina is a Senior Family Writer for GoodtoKnow and has more than 16 years years of experience. She specialises in royal family news, including the latest activities of Prince George, Charlotte, Louis, Archie and Lilibet. She also covers the latest government, health and charity advice for families. Selina graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2006 with a degree in Journalism, and gained her NCTJ and NCE qualifications. During her career, she’s also written for Woman, Woman's Own, Woman&Home, and Woman's Weekly as well as Heat magazine, Bang Showbiz - and the Scunthorpe Telegraph. When she's not covering family news, you can find her exploring new countryside walking routes, catching up with friends over good food, or making memories (including award-winning scarecrows!)