Flower delivery deals you can always get in time for Valentine’s Day

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If you’ve ever bought your partner flowers for Valentine’s Day, you’ve probably felt the shock of the sticker that comes with a bouquet of fresh flowers. Between flowers and shipping, you can easily spend over $100. But there are ways to save on flowers this February 14. Here are some of our favorite flower delivery deals.



$50 flowers for $25 on StackCommerce

Flower company Teleflora is offering a $50 credit on hand-arranged bouquets from local florists for $25. The Los Angeles-based flower company is ranked among Cutting pliers top picks for the best online flower delivery services with Teleflora’s online shopping experience praising site to be easy to filter for occasion, color, same day delivery and flower type.

What you need to know about the agreement: $50 for $25 credit expires 90 days after purchase, and credit may not be applied to service fees (which may vary from $15.99 to $19.99) or at point of sale. You will receive a digital voucher code for Teleflora to use on the Teleflora website. For any issues, contact StackCommerce customer service here.



20% off with code WINTER (select bouquets) at UrbanStems.com

This company offers a variety of bright delights like roses, ranunculus, snapdragons and more, and is among the top rated by professional reviewers. Indeed, Business Insider named it the “best flower delivery service overall,” noting that he “makes some of the most stunning bouquets we’ve found and offers something for everyone, with a diverse selection of fresh flowers, dried flowers, plants, gifts and subscriptions”. It’s also Wirecutter’s choice for best overall flower delivery service.

What you need to know about the agreement: Not all bouquets on the site will receive 20% off with code WINTER (though the bouquets we saw were gorgeous), and you’ll pay for shipping.


The Bouqs

Double the flowers with the code 2XBLOOMS on TheBouqs.com

You can double the number of roses, sunflowers, lilies and more (on select bouquets) with this offer. New York Magazine’s Strategist calls this company out for its “flowers cut to order, straight from the farm” which she says “are some of the freshest you’ll find online and will last a while.”

What you need to know about the agreement: The double flower arrangement with the code 2XBLOOMS is only for certain bouquets (although this selection is nice), and you will pay the shipping costs.



$10 to $15 off two dozen red roses with optional chocolates, $54.99 at 1-800-Flowers

Red roses and chocolates are the classic Valentine’s Day gift, and 1-800-Flowers has a variety of options for those they’ve marked down. 1-800-Flowers is also the Good Housekeeping Institute’s choice for best flower delivery service, with the site noting that “1-800-Flowers arrangements were the only ones that lasted longer than a week.”

What you need to know about the agreement: Delivery costs for Valentine’s Day tend to be higher than other days.

Terisa K. Carn