How You Can Get 2 Dozen Roses For $20 Via Whole Foods And Prime Now
You can still get these in time for Valentine's Day!
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Did Valentine’s Day sneak up on you this year? If so, don’t fear: You can still wow your valentine even if you haven’t planned in advance.
Whole Foods is offering a sweet deal on two dozen gorgeous, ethically sourced roses. For just $24.99, you can get 24 of these romantic buds — or if you’re an Amazon Prime member, the deal is even sweeter. Prime customers can get two dozen roses for just $19.99.
Now for the best part: With Prime Now delivery, customers pay just $4.99 for delivery of the flowers within a two-hour time frame, or $9.99 for one-hour delivery.
This means if you have the Prime Now app, you can hop on your phone, order roses in a matter of seconds, and have them delivered to your valentine’s home or office within one to two hours.
Compare this to traditional floral delivery services like 1-800-Flowers, which will charge up to $55 for two dozen roses.
The Prime Now app is free to download, and you just need to sign in with your Amazon Prime account.
While you’re on the Prime Now app, you can avoid paying the delivery fee entirely if you add some more items and reach a purchase total of $35. Consider adding gifts like Whole Foods Market Fizzing Bath Bombs ($2.99), Vosges Haut Chocolat Bars ($8.99) or Aura Cacia Essential Oils & Body Oils ($3.99 and up) to make your romantic gesture complete.
Or how about some chocolate cupcakes from Rubicon Bakery? At $4.99, these handcrafted cupcakes will bring a smile to anyone’s face, whether you are wowing your spouse or spoiling a dear friend.
With this technology at your fingertips, you’ll never end up in the dog house again for forgetting Valentine’s Day! Just make sure to order by Feb. 14, as this floral deal goes away when Valentine’s Day ends.