Bargain-loving cupids are not going to find a much better price on roses this Valentine’s Day.
The lovely holiday and roses will always be synonymous. And, along with a box of chocolates in hand, you have the perfect pairing for your loved one or special someone.
As everyone knows, roses can be expensive. That’s why this sale from Whole Foods Market is extra lovely for anyone buying roses on a budget for Valentine’s Day.
From Feb. 8 to 14, the grocery store is selling two dozen roses for $24.99 at participating locations, while supplies last.
The discounted price is only available to Amazon Prime members. (The sale includes only single-color, 24-stem bunches.) Limit 10 units per customer.
If you do the math, you’re only paying $12.50 per dozen. (You must purchase two dozen roses for the savings. Otherwise, you’ll pay full price for a single dozen.)
Seasoned bargain hunters can split the purchase into two separate bunches of roses — one dozen for their sweetheart and the other for their mother or other special family member/friend.
If you’re not an Amazon Prime member, you’re sure to have a friend or family member who is — just tag along on a shopping trip or ask them pick up a discounted bunch for you.
For more Valentine’s Day values and bargains, check out our round-up here.