Roses are the “it” flowers of the moment and it’s extremely rare to find a deal on them this time of year. Valentine’s Day and roses (especially red ones) will always be synonymous. It’s almost expected for everyone to arrive with a bouquet of roses for their sweetie. (And a box of chocolates, right?) That’s why we’re highlighting this lovely sale from Whole Foods Market. You’re probably not going to find a better price around town. (In fact, many grocery stores raise their everyday price on roses for the week prior to Valentine’s Day!)
From Wednesday, February 10 to Tuesday, February 16, the grocery store is selling two dozen roses for just $19.99 (reg. $29.99) — while supplies last. The discounted price is only available to Amazon Prime members. (The special only includes single-color, 24-stem bunches.) Limit 10 units per customer.
If you do the math, you’re only paying $10 for each dozen. (You must purchase two dozen roses for the savings. Otherwise, you’ll pay full price for a single dozen.)
Seasoned bargain hunters can give one dozen to their sweetie and the other to their mother or other family member. If you really want to make an impression, go to a dollar store or thrift shop for an inexpensive vase. Then, wrap some red ribbon (just pull it from your existing holiday storage) around it and you’re ready for a Valentine’s Day date or dinner.
If you’re not an Amazon Prime member, you’re sure to have a friend or family member who is — so just ask to tag along on a shopping trip or have them pick some up for you.
For more Valentine’s Day Values in Denver, check out our round-up.