8 Expensive Date Ideas Worth Saving For

When it's okay to splurge

Sometimes it’s nice to splurge a little, especially if it means having a fun time with your significant other. Whether you’re celebrating something special or just looking to share a unique experience, these expensive date ideas will be worth your while.

 

CN Tower EdgeWalk

Price: $225 per ticket

There’s nothing like standing on the edge of a 116 storey drop to bring two people together. The CN Tower EdgeWalk takes guests on a walk of the circumference of the CN Tower’s roof. It’s the world’s highest full circle hands-free walk on a five-foot wide ledge. The EdgeWalk isn’t a cheap date, but it’s worth splurging on if you have some extra spending money lying around.

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Dinner at Sushi Kaji

Price: $130 per person

If you’ve ever wanted to know what it feels like to eat dinner like the world’s elite, look no further than Sushi Kaji Restaurant. The Kaji Tasting Course Menu sits at $130 per person and consists of an appetizer, sashimi, seasonal dishes, a special selection of sushi, and a dessert. Although it’s considerably expensive, this spot as rave reviews and is perfect for a once-in-a-lifetime dinner experience. It’s also not quite as expensive as Toronto’s Kaiseki Yu-zen Hashimoto, which will have you spending about $500 each. Yikes.

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Try Unique Cocktails at BarChef

Price: Ranging from $15 to $1000 per person

For a unique cocktail experience, head to Toronto’s BarChef. This cocktail restaurant offers a unique alcohol-food fusion in its menu, with most cocktails being presented basically as a meal. Most of the menu items are around $15 to $20, with the exception of a $400 champagne item. This date will pretty much cost whatever you want it to cost – $15 drinks can easily add up, but it’s worth trying out for a night.

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Lunch at Canoe

Price: About $100 each

Canoe Restaurant is another hotspot for Toronto elites. With mains running from $36 to $80, you’re bound to spend some serious cash on grub. Canoe’s reviews are exceptional, so you won’t have to worry about not enjoying your meal. With menu items like tea smoked duck breast, great lakes pickerel, heritage pork, and ash crusted beef rib eye, it’s worthy to note that eating meat is a must for an optimal experience.


 

Cheer on the Toronto Maple Leafs

Price: Starting at $150 per ticket

Hockey season is fast approaching and the Leafs are one of the NHL’s most exciting teams. The cost of a Leafs game date night will depend on what seats you want – for the 300 section, you’re looking at about $150 a ticket, if you’re lucky enough to find any on the secondary market.


 

See the city from a helicopter

Price: Starting at $99

Take an aerial view of Toronto for your next date. Helicopter tours are offered out of Billy Bishop airport and range from $99 to $599, depending on what package you pick. This is the perfect kind of date idea for celebrating special occasions.

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Try Indoor skydiving

Price: Starting at $72

iFly Toronto offers an indoor skydiving experience close to the city. Experience what it’s like to free fall without actually jumping out of a plane. iFly has multiple pricing options and packages that vary depending on what you’re looking for.

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Test Your Aim at Archery Lessons

Price: Starting at $40 per person

Archery Lessons in Toronto range from $40 to $160, depending on whether you want a one-time deal or a multi-course lesson. Battle Sports in Toronto offers group lessons as well as private classes.

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Feature photo courtesy CN Tower EdgeWalk via Facebook.