Valentine’s Day panic? These 12 treats will ship in time

Valentine's Day is less than a week away but don't stress, we've got you covered.

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This year, you’re not going to buy anything for Valentine’s Day, right? Then a week before the big day, you start to panic. Lucky for you, there’s still time and we have found some quick and easy items that will ship fast!


No dinner planned? Don’t. Panic. HelloFresh has delicious date-night meals you can choose from. And starting February 12th at 12:01 AM and open for 36 hours, panicked loved ones can text the HelloFresh Valentine’s Day Emergency Hotline at 1-833-HFLOVES and enter to win a chance to receive restaurant-quality meals delivered straight to their door on February 14th.
This Reese Lover’s collection has something for everyone. There are two full size bars, two minis, two sticks and some classic peanut butter cups. And the 25% off part doesn’t hurt either.
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This Kit Kat collection has a mix of white and regular chocolate bars.


This Lindt Swiss Luxury Assorted Chocolate Valentine’s Day box is a foolproof option for a sweet and memorable celebration.


Chocolate not your thing? This Jelly Belly gift box is a sure win. The five flavors are coconut, cotton candy, cinnamon, red apple, and jewel very cherry.
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Is it really Valentine’s Day without cinnamon hearts?


Or if you really want to spice things up, these Hot Tamales ‘Conversation Hearts’ will get you fired up!



A little heart can go a long way. This red brick keychain will be a constant reminder of how much you care.
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Not sure how many kids are in your child’s class? Don’t forget to ask the teacher – and get a list of names too so you can get the cards ready ahead of time (and make sure you have enough).


You can also grab some fun stickers so your child can decorate the cards and give them a personal touch.


If your kid prefers to stay away from all the hearts, these sports-themed pop-up cards are great. They also come with little ball erasers to turn the cards into playtime.
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When in doubt, a stuffie always makes a memorable gift. For kids or that special someone in your life.

Looking for some more Valentine’s Day ideas?

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Valentine’s Day gifts under $50 they’ll *really* love



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