Whole Foods Brings Back a Great Deal for Prime Members on Valentine’s Day Roses

updated May 3, 2019
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Valentine’s Day is coming up, and grocery stores are dropping big deals on beautiful bouquets. If your loved ones love roses, here are the savings to snag.

For Amazon Prime members, Whole Foods has two dozen Whole Trade roses for $19.99, now through February 14. Plus, they’re available for delivery via Prime Now in 60 cities. Even if you don’t have Prime, you can still get the stems for $24.99 in store, just 0ver a dollar each.

Lidl’s flower deals start at just $3.99 for an assorted bouquet. For holiday purists, the grocer is offering a dozen 19-inch stems, $9.99 for colored roses and $12.99 for red, as well as longer 25-inch stems for $14.99. There are also great prices on tulips, orchids, and even houseplants (peep that pink-leafed cutie for just $2.99!).

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Aldi’s limited-time offers start Monday, February 11, and also go beyond the bouquet. A 5-inch Anthurium in assorted colors is just $7.99. The “Perfect Petal” bouquet includes a dozen roses in pink or red for $12.89 (no vase included). For under $5, you can grab 10 tulips ($4.89, to be exact).

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