Costco Canada: $69.99 For 24 Long Stem Roses Delivered on Valentine's Day

Costco Canada is offering an awesome deal on delivered long stem roses - a good Valentine's Idea. Get 24 long stem roses delivered on or around Valentine's Day (you choose the day) for $20 off, a price of only $69.99. I price matched online the same sort of bouquet delivered and it was around $200!

I always tell my husband not to get me flowers for Valentine's Day because it can be a complete rip-off. Well, this deal makes it actually acceptable to spend your money on flowers for that special day. What is more exciting than having the doorbell ring and it is a special surprise delivery for you? Even better, what is nicer than getting flowers sent to your office so your co-workers can fawn over how sweet your beloved is? And your loved one or their co-workers will never know you paid less than $70! If that didn't sell you, consider how incredibly easy this deal is. You don't have to go into a florist's shop, you don't have to spend hours trying to pick out that special piece of jewellery, and you don't have to get yelled at for buying chocolate. You don't even have to deliver the present, so if your loved one lives far away, or you can't be there, they will still get a much-appreciated gift.

Not only do you get 24 fresh-cut long-stem red roses, but they are accented with baby's breath and leather fern and in a vase that you can keep and reuse. All your beloved needs to do is take care of the flowers.

If you are worried that the flowers won't be at peak freshness when they arrive, the company will replace the flowers at no cost!

At checkout you have your choice of dates for arrival of your flowers from Tuesday, February 12th until Friday, February 15th. You can also add a message to your gift during checkout.

Delivery is of course included, and your order must be placed by February 13th, but there are limited quantities so if you know you want to do this, do it as soon as possible. They also specify that you need to provide an address where someone will be home to accept the flowers so they will be cared for on arrival. There would be nothing worse than coming home to rose-cicles on your front step.

(Expiry 3rd February 2013)

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