If you’re still figuring out what to get your significant other for Valentine’s Day, you might want to keep it simple and sweet with some roses.
If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can get two dozen roses from Whole Foods for just $19.99 (regularly $24.99) with this coupon from Amazon.
This deal is good through Feb. 14, so you have a few days to use it. The roses are whole trade, meaning they’re sourced from farms with ethical practices, according to Amazon.
All you have to do is visit your nearest Whole Foods location and grab two dozen roses from the store. It looks like you’ll need to show the cashier the coupon to get this deal.
If you already bought two dozen roses at the regular price, just bring in your coupon and your receipt and you’ll get the difference refunded! How awesome is that?
Costco Roses Also On Sale—But Hurry
Costco has a great deal on 50 stem roses right now—they’re priced at just $49.99. Even better? Shipping is free!
(Non-members can still get this deal, they’ll just pay a small 5-percent surcharge).
You can order them online and choose from several delivery dates: Feb. 13 or Feb. 14. You’ll need to place your order by midnight on Feb. 10 if you want them delivered in Valentine’s Day, however.
According to the Costco website, these roses are hand-picked from South American farms and they’re Rainforest Alliance certified.
“While we pride ourselves in providing the highest quality flowers, we are also socially responsible – protecting the environment and the farm employees in the process,” according to Costco.
Target Valentine’s Day Deals
If you’re planning to make a Target run before Valentine’s Day, you can save there too!
They’ve got packages of Hershey’s Kisses and other chocolates on sale for just $10 when you buy three (mix and match is OK!).
The products and services mentioned below were selected independent of sales and advertising. However, Don't Waste Your Money may receive a small commission from the purchase of any products or services through an affiliate link to the retailer's website.