Whether you're holding out until pay day or like to live frugally, San Antonio has plenty of great options to get out on the town and have a good time with your significant other. So, get out of the house and check out some of our favorite ways to enjoy San Anto on the cheap.
Catch a free movie with Slab Cinema
Multiple locations, (210) 212-9373, slabcinema.com
Tip: Bring a small blanket so yall have to cuddle the whole night.
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Catch the sunset at Hays Street Bridge
803 N Cherry St, (210) 207-0970, facebook.com
Whats more romantic and inexpensive than the sunset?
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Volunteer at the Animal Defense League
1300 Nacogdoches Road, (210) 655-1481, adltexas.org
Do your good deed for the day and spend time with your S.O., its a win-win.
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Stock up on paletas from El Paraiso
1934 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 737-8101, elparaisoicecream.com
At only 50 cents a piece, you can eat plenty spending more than a couple of bucks.
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Bump the disco music and skate at The Rollercade
223 Recoleta Road, (210) 826-6361, therollercade.com
For only $3 on select nights, you and your boo can skate around the rink hand-in-hand.
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Browse for rare finds at Cheevers Books 3613 Broadway St., 210) 824-2665
When it comes to quality used and vintage books, Cheever is hands-down the place to go. Get lost in the Broadway shops collection of rare finds and work your way through bookshelves that are packed with one-of-a-kind books.
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Hit up Artpace
445 N Main Ave, (210) 212-4900, artpace.org
Its free and trendy, this is a must do date night.
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Browse through Barney Smiths Toilet Seat Art Museum 239 Abiso Ave., (210) 824-7791, facebook.com/satxtsam.
For decades, Barney Smith has lovingly carved, shellacked, and otherwise tricked out an unrivaled collection of 1,272 toilet lids/seats and memorabilia, with subject matter ranging from Michael Jackson to local dog shows to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Plus, its free.
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Treasure hunt at a flea market
9333 SW Loop 410, (210) 623-8383, tradersvillage.com
Score some good deals throughout the market, or dish out $10 to have unlimited rides for the entire day.
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Slum it at your favorite dive Faust Tavern, 517 E. Woodlawn Ave., (210) 257-0628, fausttavern.com.
Ditch the lace and pearls for a shot of fernet at Faust Tavern. After enjoying a rail drink or three inside the Goethe-inspired haunt, split a piping hot fried chicken sammich at Crossroads Kitchen.
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