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Top Spots To Get Valentine’s Day Gifts In St. Louis

January 28, 2014 7:00 AM

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Valentine’s Day gifts are all about the heart. Your gifts can be more thoughtful than expensive. These top spots for Valentine’s Day gifts will help you express your sentiment and are sure to please your valentine. Choose a rich bouquet of flowers, unique jewelry or gifts that are fun and unusual. Any one of these top spots will help you create a Valentine’s Day your valentine will remember forever.
cardinals Top Spots To Get Valentines Day Gifts In St. Louis

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St. Louis Cardinals Tickets
Busch Stadium
700 Clark Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63102
(314) 345-9600
www.stlouis.cardinals.mlb.com

There is no better gift to give a valentine who loves the St. Louis Cardinals. This is a gift with a high “wow” factor. Just remember to buy two, so your valentine takes you. The Cardinals will open the season in an away game, but their first home game is April 8, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Surprise your valentine with a set of all-inclusive tickets for sale now. All-inclusive tickets come with access to a full buffet, free beer and soda and a wonderful view of the game.

sweetbotique Top Spots To Get Valentines Day Gifts In St. Louis

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Sweet Boutique
8115-A Maryland Ave.
Clayton, MO 63105
(314) 932-1222
www.facebook.com/SweetboutiqueSTL

Sweet Boutique is stocked with sweet candies, unique jewelry and STL Cardinals gear. Sweet Boutique carries corkcicles, a unique product inserted into a wine bottle to keep wine chilled to the perfect temperature. The store also carries cufflinks, plenty of bling, art by St. Louis local artists, STL cold cups and mugs, Kate Spade merchandise and other unusual items for your valentine you might not find elsewhere.

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nagles Top Spots To Get Valentines Day Gifts In St. Louis

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Nagles
19 Patterson Plaza
Florissant, MO 63033
(314) 838-4444
www.facebook.com/Nagles

Nagles is filled with Valentine’s Day gifts. The unique selection of merchandise will make it difficult to choose just one gift. Nagles carries quality jewelry for her and him, and less serious gifts that are just plain fun. Here you can find a Snow Trac Ball, perfect for making and throwing snowballs, Kit Kat clocks with eyes that move in the direction of the pendulum, dream catchers and much more.

carolscorner Top Spots To Get Valentines Day Gifts In St. Louis

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Carol’s Corner Florist and Gifts
9456 Midland Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63114
(314) 427-1221
www.carolscornerflorist.com

Surprise your valentine with a beautiful bouquet or plant delivered at work before the big evening. Carol’s Corner has an amazing array of fabulous florals for Valentine’s Day. If you are looking for that special gift for him, check out the money tree. The money tree is a symbol of good luck and harmony and will be a daily reminder of you.

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vincentjewelers Top Spots To Get Valentines Day Gifts In St. Louis

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Vincent’s Jewelers
11733 Olive Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63141
(314) 989-9030
www.vincentsjewelers.com/_index.php

If you are looking for jewelry, Vincent Jewelers carries high-end and costume designs to fit any budget. Vincent’s Jewelers has been a local St. Louis jeweler for more than 30 years and is one of the highest rated jewelers named by the Jewelers Board of Trade. You can trust the quality of your Valentine’s Day purchase. Check out the selection of watches, fashion jewelry or, for a serious Valentine’s Day, beautiful diamond engagement rings.

Pennee Struckman is an accounting professional in St Louis, MO. She currently writes for Examiner.com on topics related to parenting teenagers and living well on a budget in St. Louis. She is also a professional financial management writer with articles and white papers published by a well-known information firm. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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