Costco and Sam’s Club Have Big Deals on Valentine’s Day Flowers

It might still be January, but for those overachievers with their sights set on (the swiftly approaching) Valentine’s Day, we have great news. Your favorite warehouse stores have already released their flower deals for the most romantic day of the year. Here’s how you can save big on those bouquets.

Costco is bringing back its popular 50 roses for $49.99 deal this year. The bouquets, available in red, red and white, and pink, are now available to preorder for delivery on February 8, 12, 13, or 14. If your bloom-loving boo is more into money-saving than timeliness, there’s also a light pink 50-stem bouquet for $39.99, but it has blackout dates between February 8 through 15.

Thankfully, you don’t need to be a card-carrying Costco member to take advantage of this deal—though there is a 5 percent surcharge for non-members.

The deal is good through February 11 for delivery on February 14, or while supplies last.

If you think a dollar a stem is a good deal, Sam’s Club is going to wow you. Their bulk floral section has 125 assorted bi-colored roses for $89.98—which is just 72 cents each. After January 28, the price goes up $5, but that’s still a lot of flowers for the price tag.

For bulk flowers, the retailer recommends choosing a delivery date two days in advance of your event and choosing the Thursday before for events on Saturday, Sunday, or Monday.

Sam’s Club is also offering something a little more sweet—a dozen roses paired with 12 chocolate covered strawberries for $59.98. The deadline to order for Valentine’s Day delivery is February 12.

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