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24 roses for under $50 — and 4 other Valentine’s Day flowers deals not to miss

We’ve rounded up five of the best flower deals and services nationwide to help you get a little Valentine’s Day love shipped to the door of your choice.

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If you blinked and suddenly it’s February, you’re not alone. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and should you want to make a loved one feel special — whether it’s a partner, Galentine, parent, or just someone who needs to feel a little extra love this year — flowers may be in order. Plus, who hasn’t been listening to Miley Cyrus’ awesome new anthem “Flowers” on repeat? (If you haven’t yet, run, don’t walk. Godmother Dolly approves, too.) “I can buy myself flowers,” she sings. Heck, so can you:

That said, it can be a little difficult — not to mention pricey — to find quality flowers at prices that won’t put you in the wrong kind of cupid’s chokehold. So we’ve rounded up five of the best flower deals and services nationwide to help you get a little Valentine’s Day love shipped to the door of your choice (with plenty more detail below):

One of our favorite deals (both my editor and I bought it for our moms for Mother’s Day last year and the flowers were beautiful) is this one from StackSocial: Get 24 hand-picked, long-stem roses in a glass vase from Rose Farmers for just $49.99. When you purchase this deal (details below), you’ll receive a voucher to use on Rose Farmers’ website — note, however, that since only the freshest roses will be picked, you won’t get to choose the color.


24 hand-picked long-stem roses with glass vase

$109.75 $49.99

  • 2 dozen long stem roses
  • Glass vase included 
  • Shipping included in price
  • Delivered to continental United States (Alaska/Hawaii excluded)

There’s something modern and unique about UrbanStems’ gorgeous bouquets. UrbanStems also gets Insider Reviews’ top honor for the best flower delivery service they’ve tested — “and we’ve tried a lot.” If I had to choose one among the offerings at UrbanStems’, I’d pick the Unicorn arrangement (wink, wink, nudge, nudge — you know, in case anyone I know is reading this).


The Unicorn: Roses, Aster and Alstroemeria

$55 and up

  • A vibrant mix of two-dozen purple, lilac and pink blossoms
  • Add a vase from $12
  • Comes with a personalized notecard from the sender as well as flower food and a care card from UrbanStems to help keep your flowers beautiful
  • Plenty of options offer free shipping

The Bouqs Co.’s philosophy is “farm-direct, transparent sourcing,” and the flowers are gorgeous. You can also find additional savings by considering one of their subscription plans. This rose bouquet is perfect if you’d like to send a lovely arrangement of multi-color flowers to your loved one. To ensure your roses stay fresh, some may arrive in bud form to maximize shelf life and last as long as possible. It could take two to three days for new buds to blossom, the site says. You can check out other bouquets from The Bouqs too if you’d like to mix it up here.


24 multi-colored seasonal roses


  • Keep it simple with this beautiful bouquet of seasonal roses in assorted colors
  • Add vase of choice for additional fee ($10-$15 extra)
  • FedEx and local delivery
  • Start a subscription and save 30% + free shipping on this order

FTD’s tried-and-true delivery service says they source their blooms from local florists, meaning purchasing a Valentine’s Day from them can help support local businesses. Not bad. This bouquet comes in a box and features a colorful combination of lilies, roses, daisies and carnations. Check out the best-selling arrangements FTD offers (featuring other gifts in case your sweetheart isn’t a big flower person) here.


Light of My Life Box Bouquet — lilies, roses, daisies, carnations


  • Comes with box for display in your home
  • The Premium Bouquet is approximately 12″H x 15″W
  • Created by a local florists and ready for display

If you’ve ever thought to yourself “gee, Amazon has everything, I wonder if I could order last-minute Valentine Day’s flowers from them” — the answer is yes. There are actually many options for gorgeous flowers from the online retailer with good reviews, including this box of preserved roses — perfect for the cynic looking for a more permanent gift. To check out the wide variety of options and bouquets (including some that aren’t too Valentine-y at all), click here.


Soho floral arts preserved roses box

Price range: $63.97 – $119.95

  • Real roses that can last for 2-3 years with no maintenance
  • Comes with 9-16 blooms in various colors and boxes
  • Prime members can get free one-day delivery
  • Fragrance-free

The advice, recommendations or rankings expressed in this article are those of MarketWatch Picks, and have not been reviewed or endorsed by our commercial partners.


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