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Valentine's Day is around the corner, and this week is the time to get deals online and shipped out in time. We found savings on chocolate and jewelry, plus some food and sports goodies.

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which means it’s time for deals on chocolate, jewelry, and…pizza?

Well, the pizza deal is Super Bowl-related, actually. We’ll get to that. But first, this week’s freebies: a free waffle at Waffle House. Since the coupon’s good for the next month, maybe you can enjoy more than one. Also, if you “Like” Einstein Bagel Bros. on Facebook – a growing marketing trend for food freebies – you can get a coupon for a free thin bagel with a drink purchase.

While we’re on the subject of food deals, a Papa John’s special is running through Super Bowl Sunday. Until then, you can order any large pizza – including specialty pizzas – with up to seven toppings for $10. Plus, if you sign up for their perks program, you’ll score a free pizza if the Super Bowl goes into overtime.

By the way, sports fans, you can pick up a year’s subscription of Sports Illustrated for $20 – and you get a jacket from your favorite team for free.

OK, on to the Valentine’s stuff. First, another magazine: if the relationship’s going well, why not pick up a free year’s subscription to Bridal Guide?

Then there’s chocolate, of course. Godiva is having another sale with up to 60 percent off a variety of goodies, including cupcakes, cakes, and truffles. Go for the stuff on sale, then buy one small (cheap) Valentine’s-themed item and pretend it’s all for the holiday.

If Godiva is a little high-end for you, how about 5 pounds of M&Ms for $22 at Amazon – about 30 percent off.  They also have other, over-priced Valentine’s chocolates on sale – some are as much as half off.

Jewelry? Amazon’s got some deals, including 14k white gold natural diamond stud earrings for $400. If that’s too much for you, they have a wide selection of diamond stud earrings starting under $50. Plenty of other jewelry on sale too, including necklaces: Here’s a sterling silver diamond pendant for $85.

Don’t pitch these as Valentine’s gifts, but Amazon also has a kitchen knife set and wet/dry vaccums at half off.

That’s all for this week. We hope it’s a good one. Check back next time for more deals, and let us know about your best finds in the comments.

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