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Want to send your Valentine a message?

We're playing Cupid for our readers

There's a whiff of romance in the air as the countdown to Valentine's Day continues.

You might be planning a candlelit dinner, a bunch of flowers, some perfume, aftershave, or a big box of chocs for your loved one – but all that costs a pretty penny.

So at a time when family finances are stretched to the limit, your Herald&Post can get you off the hook for February 14 by playing Cupid.

For the price of a mobile phone text to this newspaper you can get a special message delivered to your Valentine in next Thursday's edition of the Herald&Post.

And as an added bonus your loving words will also be displayed on this websites. So what are you waiting for?

There's nothing quite like telling someone how you feel, and seeing it in print is sure to give them a thrill.

Don't forget to make your message to Snugglebum or Sweet Cheeks as lovey-dovey as possible!

Type in the text HPCUPID (space), then your love message as you wish it to appear. Then also include for our records (not for publication) your name, address and postcode and send it through to 81800. Texts should be no longer than 160 characters in total.

>> Texts cost 60p plus your standard network charge. For full terms and conditions of texting see page 2.You can also send your message via email to editorial@heraldpost.co.uk.

All messages must be received by 9am on Wednesday, February 11.

 
 
 

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