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$30 Worth of Proflowers Products for $13.50, 2-Dozen Red Roses + Square Glass Vase EXPIRED

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Promoted 02-02-2014 by daisybeetle at 09:06 PM View Original Post
Update: Promo code JAN2014 is no longer valid, the new code is USA10, as shown below.


LivingSocial.com has a $30 Worth of Proflowers Products for $15 - 10% with promo code USA10 = $13.50. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 voucher per Proflowers order. Thanks Sharpshooter15, HokieCPA and melehundele

Also available, Proflowers.com has 2-Dozen Red Roses + Ruby Vase + Chocolates & Bear for $39.98 - $30 Proflowers Living Social Voucher Code (apply in special code field at checkout) = Free + $13.50 cost of voucher + $16 shipping = final cost of $39.50.

Note, Valentine's Day delivery is an additional $5.

No longer available:
Also available, Proflowers.com has 2-Dozen Roses + Square Glass Vase for $29.99 - $30 Proflowers Living Social Voucher Code (apply in special code field at checkout) = Free + $13.50 cost of voucher + $16 shipping = final cost of $29.50.

Note, Valentine's Day delivery is an additional $5.

Deal Editor's Note: Proflowers come in a box with the vase on the side, so that the recipient may arrange them to their taste. Details for flower care are included, and there is a 7-day guarantee either with a replacement bouquet or a refund. I have received Proflowers for certain occasions, and if I did have to use the guarantee, the customer service was always very courteous and resolved the issue quickly - daisybeetle

User Comment on Product: Always been happy with my proflowers orders. My wife had an issue once with flowers that she sent, but customer service was great and sent a replacement out immediately. - SquirtTortuga
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Edited February 6, 2014 at 01:20 PM by brisar
Checked my email and found this offer from proflowers for two dozen red roses and a square glass vase for 29.99. If you use the code DEAL25 at checkout it should take 25% off making it 22.49, which is the best deal I've seen for red roses. Shipping and handling ends up being pricey cost me about $18? Valentines day is $5 more. My total was $40 and it seems like a great deal for 2 dozen roses and a vase. I know people have had issues with them in the past, but my experiences with them have generally been positive. You can also go through shopdiscover for 25% cashback making the roses potentially cheaper, however this is YMMV, but worth a shot. Good luck!

Here's the link.
http://products.proflowers.com/-30131143 SOLD OUT!

Updated (thanks melehundele and HokieCPA)

Purchase livingsocial deal for proflowers $30 for $15 ($13.50 with USA10 code)
https://www.livingsocial.com/deal...ts?index=1

Go to link above for flowers and input your livingsocial voucher in special offers. Flowers + vase will cost 29.99 instead of 22.49 since you can't combine special offers/discounts.

I ended up paying about $32 for 2 dozen roses + vase + shipping and handling. great valentines day deal!

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Last Edited by delobom February 10, 2014 at 07:16 AM
SHIPPING IS GOING TO BE AROUND $20 FOR VALENTINES DAY

20 tulips + Free Vase and Chocolates for around $28 total with living social coupon for delivery on valentines day as well.
- not $28...will be around $19 (13 Livingsocial + 6 proflowers)

20 Tulips + Free Vase + Chocolate Qty: 1 $19.99
w/Glass Ginger Vase $0.00
Sub-total: $19.99
Standard Delivery: $12.99
Care & Handling: $2.99
Order Sub-total: $35.97
Tax: $0.00
Order Total: $35.97
Payment Code: $-30.00
Amount Charged: $5.97

--OP's deal was with standard delivery and not Valentines Day Delivery.


-not $19 will be around $30 ($15 living social + $15 proflowers)
unless I did something wrong, this was the cheapest of the given options.


20 Tulips + Free Vase + Chocolate $59.99:

$19.99

Glass Ginger Vase:

Included!

Standard Delivery

$12.99

Guaranteed Feb. 14 Delivery

$4.99

Care & Handling

$2.99

Tax:

$3.38
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TOTAL:

$44.34

Amount Charged:

$14.34

all things considered, still a decent price for delivery on Valentine's Day.

http://products.proflowers.com/tu...late-41564

Bing Rewards is offering a $15 ProFlowers eCoupon for 100 credits (usually 525)
http://www.bing.com/rewards/redeem/000100000055


Also available, Proflowers.com has 2-Dozen Red Roses + Ruby Vase + Chocolates & Bear for $39.98 - $30 Proflowers Living Social Voucher Code (apply in special code field at checkout) = $9.98 + $15 Shipping + $2.99 care handling + $5 (varies from where you live) + + $13.50 cost of voucher = final cost $46.50 (may slightly vary by tax) + add $5 more for VDay delivery..

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#286
So, I am gonna give 5-6 "Fresh" Krogers or other dept store roses for the same price than these online scam flowers
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Quote from hightop32 View Post :
they are gonna have to do better than that if they want to stay in business. they should focus on improving their quality instead of backpedaling.
hah! articles like this (and ulimately peoples actual experiences) are exactly what i mean, gonna kill these guys sooner than later! its not to say that online flower delivery is not a viable business, but these jerks who are running this big companies and taking advantage of their high position/market share and think they can get away with bare minimum levels of quality.

Quote from Sharpshooter15 View Post :
i had the roses shipped to me this past wednesday and they didn't look great when I got them, but by the time friday came around and after the stems were cut, and the water/food packet was put in the roses looked amazing and the girlfriend was really happy. It's sunday now and the roses still look great! I guess it really is hit or miss maybe based on the region since they get it from local florists?
its 2014, lets see a photo. ill show you mine if you show me yours!
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#289
I know I'm late but is this deal still available?
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#290
Total garbage these flowers... never again. They literally looked like they came out of the dumpster.
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Quote from qeg84doa View Post :
Total garbage these flowers... never again. They literally looked like they came out of the dumpster.
Agree. I requested refund, got that, then one day after those roses showed up : they were dead... Never again. Go with edible arrangement
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#292
My "valentine" just got her 12 multicolored roses with no vase in a box that has been sitting in a frozen UPS warehouse for three days. Problem is that I ordered 12 red roses that were supposed to come with a "free clear glass vase!" by 5 PM on 02/14.
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Quote from hightop32 View Post :
hah! articles like this (and ulimately peoples actual experiences) are exactly what i mean, gonna kill these guys sooner than later! its not to say that online flower delivery is not a viable business, but these jerks who are running this big companies and taking advantage of their high position/market share and think they can get away with bare minimum levels of quality.



its 2014, lets see a photo. ill show you mine if you show me yours!
hey hightop sorry i didn't get notified that you had responded. here's what mine looked like
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#294
I'm glad I drove down to Trader Joes to buy dozen roses for $12.99.
They bloomed nicely.
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#295
1/2 the flowers didn't bloom at all, started dying instead....got my refund instead of redelivery. Local grocery: 2dozen for 15 bucks, Proflowers Total: 2 dozen plus $3 vase for $47

seems like a hit or miss, lucky the "thought that counts" and "refund" effect made this beneficial for me
will try this again next year...
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#296
EVERYONE should avoid this company like the plague.

Proflowers is nothing more than a telemarketing company with worse ethics.
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#297
I want to add some of my experiences with Proflowers too....

I bought one of these "$30 worth of flowers" voucher from Living Social as well. It seems like a good deal because buying flowers for my wife on Valentines Day is a given, so I might as well knock a few dollars off while I'm at it. The thing that really disappointed me was that they are deceptive with "add-on" prices at the check out. I ordered a dozen long stemmed roses for $49.95. The photo they have of this rose bundle has a vase, but it's not included. You get to choose 3 vases at various prices, otherwise it comes without a vase. The vase that I chose was $14.99,.( some of the other online flowers services do this too). so the total for flowers and vase came out to $64.94.

Then there was the service charges .....
Standard delivery: $18.99
Guaranteed Feb 14 Delivery: $9.99
Care & handling: $2.99

$31.97 in total service fees!. The grand total came out to $96.91 for an item that was $49.95. With the $30 voucher from LivingSocial, it came down to $66.91.

This is my first time dealing with ProFlowers. In the past, I've ordered from 1800Flowers, FTD, Teleflora, and even Costco.com. They all have their Pros and Cons. I made the mistake of buying the $30 voucher on LivingSocial before checking out the Proflowers website.

Bottom line...the $30 voucher was not a deal

On a positive note, the flowers were delivered on time and they looked good, not like the photo on their website but good. I've attached a photo of the flowers and the invoice so you can see the price break down.
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#298
I'll definitely have to get roses for all of our escorts in las vegas for christmas. Would any discounts be added for a bulk purchase? View us at http://www.escortslasvegasnv.com
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