One More Way to Win on Valentine’s Day, Courtesy of the Limos.com Sweepstakes

There's an even better chance that this could be you on Valentine's Day, thanks to the Limos.com sweepstakes!

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and for many of us that spells just one thing: p-r-e-s-s-u-r-e.

For a lot of folks, V-day means stepping it up for an ultimate date night. When it comes to taking your valentine out for an unforgettable night, there are two surefire bets: dinner at a fantastic restaurant AND having someone else drive you there. Think about it: No worrying about parking PLUS no hassles with traffic. If you decide to indulge with a fantastic bottle of wine or a cocktail (or two), there’s nothing stopping you. In other words, you get less time spent worrying and more time spent celebrating.

Like the idea? Well, you’re in luck — Limos.com just happens to be giving away lots of opportunities to make this valentine’s dream come true. All this week, they’re giving away limos in not one, but TWO sweepstakes!

Here’s how to enter: Post on the Limos.com Facebook page why you’d love a limo and be entered in our Valentine’s Limo-a-Day sweepstakes

Read more about the sweepstakes, here.

Or, if you have some great pictures of a Valentine’s Day – or any other day – made better with a limo, share them on the OpenTable Flickr group and be entered to win one of four limo + $200 AMEX gift card packages from OpenTable and Limos.com.

And, if you don’t win one of the giveaways, you can still be winner with a reservation from OpenTable and a stylish, chauffeured ride from Limos.com.

Jennifer Fisher is the online marketing manager for Limos.com.

Enter the OpenTable + Limos.com ‘Pimp My Valentine’s Day’ Giveaway Today!

You can leave the driving and the parking to a professional, thanks to Limos.com.

We’ve teamed up with Limos.com to pimp your Valentine’s Day this year! Share a fun photo of you with or in a limo on the OpenTable Flickr group for a chance to win one of the four limousine rides + $200 AMEX gift card packages we’ll be giving away every day for four days, starting Monday, February 7, 2011 through Thursday, February 10, 2011.

Consider the ‘Pimp My Valentine’s Day’ contest a fun opportunity to dig through your favorite prom, wedding, and night-on-the-town pictures. And, if you don’t have a photo of yourself hanging out in or standing with a limo, go take one and upload it to the group using the Flickr mobile app! Or, get creative with Photoshop! Just remember to keep your photos suitable for public consumption (After all, we don’t want to ruin anyone’s appetite!).

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Valentine’s Day 2010: Put a Fork in It!

Valentines-Day-2010-Put-a-Fork-In-ItValentine’s Day 2010 is just a fond (I hope!) memory by now. I hope yours was as fun as mine (I dined at SHO Shaun Hergatt and had a delightful Valentine’s Day dinner!). I didn’t get there in a limo, but some lucky Tweeps had that option, thanks to winning the OpenTable Valentine’s Day Limo Twitter Giveaway, sponsored by Limos.com. Congratulations to all our winners!

One of the most popular eateries for Valentine’s Day, according to your tweets in response to Monday’s query, was — surprise! — The Melting Pot. On Tuesday, when we asked who your celebrity dream date is, the most popular celebs were actors Halle Berry and Tyrese. Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds took second place. Angelina Jolie may have Brad Pitt, but more of you want to dine with his first wife, Jennifer Aniston. The “Jersey Shore” cast proved popular, with JWoww, The Situation, and DJ Pauly D getting some love from OpenTable diners (but not, alas, Snookie. Poor Snickers!) Your most random dream dates? “Golden Girl” Bea Arthur and hockey great Gordie Howe. Someone chose reality-TV-star-turned-punchline Jon Gosselin. Let’s hope it was in jest.

In terms of your favorite food to eat on Valentine’s Day, your tweets told us that it was a bad day to be a cow or a lobster, as surf and turf was one of top most romantic dishes. OpenTable diners are clearly chocoholics as chocolate, though, took first place. Strawberries dipped in chocolate were also wildly popular. Back on the savory side, a stand-alone steak, pasta, oysters, and fondue were also all the rage. The sweetest most romantic food-related tweet I saw? A diner tweeted, “Anything healthy so we can live a long life together.”

When we asked you to tweet your favorite romantic movie on Thursday, Love Actually was the winner — but just by one vote. The Notebook came in second. Other picks included Casablanca, Ghost, Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally, and The Princess Bride. Offbeat tweets highlighted Better Off Dead, The Empire Strikes Back, and Shaun of the Dead (Nothing says romance like zombies, really.). Cutest tweets: Lady and the Tramp got two votes. That pasta-sharing scene gets me every time I see it, and, clearly, I’m not alone. It also makes me want to eat spaghetti every time I see it.

Finally, the most romantic city, according to your tweets, is — shocker! — Paris. New York bumped San Francisco to third place, by just a single tweet. Florence and Venice, Italy, each got a lot of love as did Charleston. Unique suggestions included Bruges, Pittsburgh, and Warsaw.

Congratulations again to our winners, and thanks to Limos.com and for all your terrific tweets. If you’re still seeking more romance until next Valentine’s Day, check out the Top 50 Most Romantic Restaurants, according to the 2010 OpenTable Diners’ Choice Awards.

Valentine’s Day Twitter Limo Giveaway: Friday’s Giveaway Tweet of the Day

On Monday, we started giving away one limo a day, courtesy of Limos.com, and the contest runs through today until 11:59PM PST. To enter to win, just follow @OpenTable on Twitter and tweet back your response to our giveaway tweet of the day. A winner will be chosen at random at the end of each day and announced the next day over Twitter. We’ll announce the winner of Thursday’s contest later today.

Today’s tweet of the day is…

Tweet your fave romantic city + #otvdaylimo to win today’s Valentine’s Day limo giveaway

Not to be a traitor to New York, but I do believe Paris has it all sewn up, so my entry tweet would look like this:

Paris + #otvdaylimo

Predictable, I know. But maybe OpenTable diners are more creative than I am. We want to hear about some off-the-beaten path places that make your feel all sorts of mushy inside!

Read more about giveaway rules and regulations here. Good luck!