As Valentine’s Day approaches, the price of roses might rise, but not at Whole Foods Market.
Whole Foods Market is bringing back its very popular deal on roses.
From February 8th to 14th, 2023, get two dozen roses for just $24.99, while supplies last.
You might also be interested in:
- Free and cheap Valentine’s events around the Triangle
- Restaurants for Valentine’s Day dinner, especially takeout
Choose your favorite color roses and have them wrapped while you shop.
These roses are part of the Whole Trade Guarantee program, which was created by Whole Foods in 2007 to demonstrate a commitment to ethical trade, fair working conditions and the environment.
Disclaimer: Sourced for Good Double Dozen Bunch of Roses: Applies to single-color, 24-stem bunches only. Limit 10 units per customer. Must identify as a Prime member to receive Prime member discount.
The $24.99 deal is available to Amazon Prime members only.
As you probably know, Amazon owns Whole Foods Market, and the grocery store uses Amazon Prime as its loyalty program. So, if you shop at Whole Foods, you might want to join Amazon Prime to access the discounts.
You can get a 30-day trial for free.
Other Valentine’s Deals at Whole Foods Market
While you’re shopping at Whole Foods Market check out these other Valentine’s Day deals from February 8th to 14th:
- Chocolate Covered Strawberries: $10.99 with Prime.
- Shell-On White Shrimp 28% off with Prime.
- New York Strip Steaks 28% off with Prime.
Triangle locations of Whole Foods Markets
- 3540 Wade Avenue, Raleigh, NC
- 102B New Waverly Place, Cary, NC
- 8710 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC
- 5055 Arco Street, Cary, NC
- 621 Broad Street, Durham, NC
- 81 S Elliot Road, Chapel Hill, NC
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More Valentine’s Day Weekend Events
Check out our guide to Valentine’s Day in the Triangle, or look at a quick list of events here: