Debbie's Deals: Valentine's Day deals from Starbucks, Qdoba, Village Inn, Boston Market, Denver Zoo

DENVER - Valentine's Day is Friday. Here are some ways to treat your sweetheart and save a buck.

-- Friday deals

Buy one latte, get one free at Starbucks from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. No coupon necessary. Details on Starbucks website.

Qdoba is once again offering a buy-one-get-one free deal on its entrees if you kiss the person next to you on Valentine's Day. No coupon necessary. Details on Qdoba's Facebook page.

Get a free slice of French silk pie on Friday with the purchase of any entree at Village Inn with this coupon.

The Promenade Shops at Centerra in Loveland are offering free horse-drawn carriage rides Thursday through Saturday (Feb. 13-15). There is no cost and there are no reservations.  For more information, visit The Promenade Shops online at or call 970-461-1285.

Buy one admission, get one free at the Denver Zoo Friday through Monday (Feb. 14-17). To get the deal, tell the cashier, "I love Denver Zoo."

Get a free dessert at Boston Market on Friday (Feb. 14) with coupon.

Add a cat to your home from the Fort Collins Cat Rescue and Spay/Neuter Clinic for $14 from Feb. 14-16. Offer valid for adult cats 6 months and older. Call for details: (970) 484-8516.

-- Valentine's weekend deals

Get 2 for 1 tickets to "The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?" for the Sunday matinee (Feb. 16). The hysterical one-man, multi-character show tackles the battle of the sexes. Tickets are normally $26.50 each. The show is at the Avenue Theater. Call 303-321-5925 for tickets and say you saw it on Debbie's Deals to get the discount. (Or use code KMGH to get the discount online.)

Get free admission to Rocky Mountain National Park and Colorado's other National Parks and Monuments this Saturday, Sunday and Monday (Feb. 15-17) in honor of Presidents Day. See the full list of free days at our National Parks.

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