Don’t procrastinate: Save 25% on Valentine’s Day flowers
Here’s a friendly PSA: Valentine’s Day is a few weeks away, and that means you have just enough time to plan a few gifts for your significant other. No matter what else you’re planning — sweets, a candlelit dinner or thatthey’ve been dropping hints about — you should start with a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Good timing, because from now through Friday, Feb. 5, you can when you use promo code DLVRCUPID at checkout.
1800Flowers has dozens of arrangements priced from about $35 all the way up to $435 (that would be no fewer than). At the lower end of the spectrum, there’s a more reasonable dozen roses as well as and . There are also some nonfloral gifts in the list, like chocolates and a .
Like any flower delivery deal, this one is “subject to availability and delivery rules and times.” Shipments are only within the US and you can’t stack this deal with any other offers. But if you’re looking to snag an early bird special on Valentine’s Day flowers, here you go.
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