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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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delivered flower deals

It’s a tad last minute, but if you are looking for a deal on delivered flowers there are still a few options.  First off, you’ll save a bundle if you choose delivery on any day other than 2/14.  So, consider being a day late.

The biggest thing to watch for when ordering online flowers is the cost of delivery (which is never shared until the very end) and adding any vases etc.

Going local and buying your own flowers is definitely cheaper, check out all the local deals on roses that I posted earlier today.  A dozen roses is as low as $9 depending on the store.

The Bouqs

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Arrangements start at $40, but they offer free shipping on every order.  They will even do overnight shipping free!

You’ll get a $10 credit when you sign up and can use this on your very first order.  I grabbed the roses above for $30 shipped after my sign up credit.  You can get 2/14 delivery with certain arrangements or 2/19 delivery on any arrangement.

This is my favorite place to order flowers from (and where I actually ordered some for my grandmother this week).

ProFlowers

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Arrangements start at $19.99 and some have added freebies.  Both of these above are $19.99 before shipping.

Shipping/delivery starts at $15 with an added fee for Valentines Day.  They do not have any current coupon codes, but many items I checked out did come with a free vase.

Total for the Dozen roses above with a vase and chocolates was $35.98 shipped for a delivery date of 2/18 (anything sooner cost more).

Heads Up: There is a Living Social deal for this company but…  The same arrangements above are $20 more when you go through a special “Living Social deal link”.  That means you saved nothing to grab the deal on Living Social, but really paid more!!

FTD Flowers

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If you want to shop here, the best option is to grab a Groupon deal to get $40 at FTD Flowers for $20.  You’ll still owe shipping which starting at $16.99.  In the end after buying the Groupon you are still paying at least $36.99 for flowers.

The bouquet above is 7 roses and mini carnations and starts at $39.99 including the vase.  Selecting 2/15 delivery was $16.99 after the Groupon voucher.

1-800-Flowers

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This was one of the most expensive sites.  They do have a coupon code though, save $10 off any order $39.99 or more with code SWEET10.  There are bouquets that are available for same day delivery starting at $29.99 before fees.  Roses are incredibly expensive, starting at $70 before shipping.

I found shipping/delivery to be around $15 no matter the order, and any items on sale can’t have a coupon code used too.

After the coupon code and shipping fees, the arrangement above (without vase) was $55.