Has entertainment become so expensive you can’t even take your main squeeze (or new love interest) out for a romantic night on the town? We can help! There are tons of cheap things to do in Myrtle Beach that are sure to impress. We’ve compiled a list of great date night ideas that’ll be easy on your wallet, but won’t leave your date thinking you’re a cheapskate.
Here’s our list. If we left anything out, please leave a comment below and we’ll add it as time allows:
Catch a movie. Indoor movies can be pretty pricey, especially when you add on drinks and snacks. So how about an outdoor movie? We’ve compiled a whole list of summer movies, most of which are FREE. Scroll down to the outdoor movies and you’ll find some adult options.
Go to a concert. There are FREE outdoor concerts all over town this summer.
See a comedy show. Many of the shows in Myrtle Beach aren’t cheap, but the comedy clubs are reasonable. General admission tickets to Carolina Comedy Club are $15. Click here for a discount. General admission tickets to Comedy Cabana are also $15. Click here for a discount. For discounts to the bigger shows, click here.
Take a walk on the beach. What could be more romantic than a stroll on the beach? Or a picnic? There are 60 miles of beautiful beaches on the Grand Strand, and all of them are FREE.
Go to a festival. There are lots of festivals in Myrtle Beach throughout the spring and summer. Most of them are FREE (or cheap) to attend.
Catch a ball game. A night at the Pelicans stadium is always a blast, and it’s cheap compared to major league baseball. Game tickets start at $8 each. Click here for a discount of up to $4 per ticket. Parking is FREE.
Play mini-golf. Myrtle Beach has tons of miniature golf courses. Prices average around $8 for kids and $6 for adults. Click here for coupons.
Spend a day at the Vineyard. For an afternoon date, La Belle Amie Vineyard is nice. They hold weekly music and wine events on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, many of which are free. Click here for the schedule.
Watch the tigers play. If your date hasn’t seen the T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station, she (or he) might enjoy watching the live tigers play. The Preservation Station opens at 5:00 p.m. daily from March through October. Admission is FREE. You can also have your picture taken with the tigers for a fee.
Look for discounts. If you live in Myrtle Beach, ask about locals discounts before you go anywhere. If you can’t find a discount, look for one here.