My husband and I do not usually go all out for Valentine's Day, however, we do attempt to make sure that we take the time to let each other know how much we mean to each other on or around this holiday. Of course, the retail side of Valentine's Day pushes people to go all out and spend a lot of money on your loved one, by purchasing jewelry and other expensive gifts, however, you do not need to spend a lot of money to show how much you love and appreciate someone. Here are some inexpensive Valentine's Day ideas:Bake your loved one their favorite treat. One year, I baked a pan of brownies and used a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut them out into hearts.Make your loved one a goodie basket with some of their favorite things in it. My husband loves Little Debbie snack cakes, beef jerky, and chocolate, so one year I made a gift basket with these and his other favorite items.Make a coupon book with favors or date ideas for your loved one. Coupons for a free back rub, a favorite home cooked meal, or lots of other ideas can be printed online. There are a lot of great coupon book templates on Pinterest to use.Make a special dinner for your loved one. Take it a step further, and light a couple of candles for a candle-lit dinner. It could be your loved one's favorite home cooked meal, or something new as a treat.Set aside time for an inexpensive date night. Something simple like a movie and pizza (you could use a free Redbox rental movie code to save on the movie rental) night at home, or you could go out to dinner. Use coupons, groupons, or gift cards to save on dinner out. Sometimes, my husband and I will go to late night Happy Hour at local restaurants like Applebee's which offer half off appetizers after a certain time. We will share a few appetizers and pay only half the regular price.What are your inexpensive Valentine's Day ideas?