Have you placed your flower order for your Valentine yet? Skip the $50 bouquet and surprise your loved one with not one, but two dozen roses.
From February 9 through 15, Whole Foods Market is selling two dozen roses for $19.99, while supplies last. That means you’ll pay $10 for each dozen. I don’t think I have ever paid so little for a dozen quality roses.
The special includes single-color, 24-stem bunches and is available to Amazon Prime members only. Limit 10 units per customer.
This deal is a great way to cover two gifts in one. Give a dozen to the love in your life and the other to your mom or other family member.
There are additional Valentine’s deals for Prime members, including a heart-shaped cake for $9.99 and a 6-pack of chocolate covered roses for $9.99.
Don’t have Amazon Prime? Chances are you know someone who does. Have them pick some up for you at their nearest Whole Foods Market or add it on to an online order. There are eight Whole Foods Market locations throughout the Portland metro area.
For more Valentine’s Day values and bargains, view my roundup of deals.
The deal originally appeared on Living on the Cheap.
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