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Costco Members: 50-Count Valentine's Day Roses (various colors) EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale.com has for it's Costco Members: 50-Count Valentine's Day Roses (various colors) for pre-order for $49.99. Shipping is free. Thanks parkwilhelm

Note, non-members are subject to a 5% surcharge, making the total $52.49. You may order with delivery for February 8, 12, 13, or 14. Select your delivery date at checkout.

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Each box contains 2 bunches of 25 stems, wrapped in corrugate sleeves for protection during shipping. Rose stem length is over 19" and vase is not included. Delivery date restrictions apply. Refer to the product page for a full list of details.

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Choose from the following awesome deals: 50 red roses for $50, 50 white roses for $50, 50 hot pink and white pink roses for $50, 50 bi-color roses for $50 or even 50 yellow roses for $50! Members and non-members alike can snag this preorder-only deal by placing their order no later than Feb. 11 by 11 a.m. Pacific. But be forewarned, this is one hot deal and supplies are likely to run out before then.

Shoppers can choose delivery dates of Feb. 8, 12, 13 or 14 and all with free shipping and handling. Non-members can also get in on the deal, but they will have to pay a 5 percent surcharge.

These beautiful bouquets all have 50-centimeter stems, are Rainforest Alliance Certified and come from Costco's South American farms. Costco prides itself on running socially responsible farms so you know these beauties are coming from a wonderful place.
The order of 50 roses comes in two bundles of 25 stems and without a vase. It's probably wise to start shopping for a vase (or two) that can handle 50 of these gorgeous flowers!

Received an email from Red Tricycle telling me about it. Excerpt from the site above.
http://redtri.com/costco-valentines-day-50-roses-for-50-dollars-deal/

https://www.costco.com/floral-seasonal.html
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To those debating whether 50 is overkill, maybe it is and maybe it isn't. But nothing says you must give your significant other 50 roses in a box or vase all at once.

You could spread the roses around your home (though this could lead to dead roses in the attic if you are too clever at hiding)

You could do a scavenger hunt, with the roses leading to other gifts.

You could use the petals of some of the roses for decorative purposes.

You could give roses to your children to give to your SO.

You could put roses in their car, at their work, or other places of theirs.

You could put roses in places that are meaningful to you, and take pictures of the roses at those places to send.

Or... You could hand all 50 roses to your SO in a box with a card.

Just depends on what you want to make of this gift.
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A real surprise would be to get her what she wants and also sending her flowers. Just a suggest...
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I know the surprise factor and how much I love you... but I ask my significant other what she wants. Cause I know her too well. The money spent on roses or flowers, I give it to my significant other to buy whatever she wants. Roses/flowers dies in 2 weeks. Whatever she gets will last longer than 2 weeks. Just my 2 cents.
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Was previously $40 for quad roses or even single color

Deal expired and now $50

https://slickdeals.net/f/11460211-pre-order-50-stem-mother-s-day-quad-roses-40-free-delivery-from-co...
mothers day vs valentine's...it's also only 3 weeks away, good deal, this sells out.
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Last year during Valentine's Day Whole Foods had 2 dozen for $20, but you would obviously have to go to the store to pickup, will wait for that deal
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Last year during Valentine's Day Whole Foods had 2 dozen for $20, but you would obviously have to go to the store to pickup, will wait for that deal
Wasn't there something else you had to do? I remember a bit about it since Amazon was running it
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Wasn't there something else you had to do? I remember a bit about it since Amazon was running it
You just need to be a prime member otherwise it was like 25 if I remember correctly
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I'll wait for that too
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I know the surprise factor and how much I love you... but I ask my significant other what she wants. Cause I know her too well. The money spent on roses or flowers, I give it to my significant other to buy whatever she wants. Roses/flowers dies in 2 weeks. Whatever she gets will last longer than 2 weeks. Just my 2 cents.
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I need these to be delivered on the 11th....any ideas?
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Can anyone who knows flowers chime in about the hugs & kisses floral arrangement? It looks really nice, wondering if it's a good value.

Got the 50 roses last year, and it was kind of overkill I think. Once you go over 2 dozen does it really matter how many? Lol
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I know the surprise factor and how much I love you... I ask my significant other what she wants. Cause I know her too well. The money spent on roses or flowers, I give it to my significant other to buy whatever she wants. Roses/flowers dies in 2 weeks. Whatever she gets will last longer than 2 weeks. Just my 2 cents.
This is so how us dudes think. I also hate spending money on perishable items.
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I know the surprise factor and how much I love you... I ask my significant other what she wants. Cause I know her too well. The money spent on roses or flowers, I give it to my significant other to buy whatever she wants. Roses/flowers dies in 2 weeks. Whatever she gets will last longer than 2 weeks. Just my 2 cents.
A real surprise would be to get her what she wants and also sending her flowers. Just a suggest...
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