Have your Valentine's dinner delivered with $5 off five Postmates orders

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Maybe it's too late to score a Valentine's Day reservation at the nice restaurant down the street, or maybe you just feel like staying in tonight. In any case, this latest offer from Postmates should be enough to entice you to give it a try. Postmates lets you order delivery (or pickup) from local restaurants around you, and new members can save $5 off their first five orders simply by entering promo code MOBILE5 when signing up and placing an order.

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Want to stay in tonight? Postmates lets you order delivery from your favorite local restaurants, and using the following code after signing up for a new account will save you $5 on your first five orders over $15! That's $25 in savings for free.

This month's Postmates offer for new members has a total savings of $25, though there are a few things to keep in mind with the most important being that your order total must reach $15 or more for the $5 discount to take effect. You'll also want to order soon, as this offer is only good for up to seven days after you enter the promo code.

Postmates is super helpful on those busy — or lazy — nights where you can't make it out for dinner yet don't have the time or supplies to make dinner either. You can choose which restaurant you want to order from right on the Postmates app or website, choose your meal, pay and even leave your driver a tip if you wish. It's available for iOS and Android devices and services across the United States. Postmates can even deliver groceries and alcohol in select regions.

If you become hooked, Postmates has an Unlimited service which offers free delivery on all orders. You can try it out for free for seven days if you want to give it a try. Another Valentine's Day offer at Postmates could score you a free pint of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Just use code HAPPYVDAY when ordering $10 or more from your local 7-11 to score the deal.

Alex is a recent graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found posting music on his Soundcloud page and working on his eBay business.