TWO Dozen Whole Foods Roses ONLY $24.99 for Prime Members (Perfect for Valentine’s Day!)

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Treat your Valentine to roses from Whole Foods!

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Amazon and Whole Foods will help you save bunches this Valentine’s Day! 🌹

Through February 14th, Amazon Prime Members can score TWO Dozen Roses at Whole Foods for just $24.99 (regularly $34.99) – perfect for Valentine’s Day!

To score this exclusive deal for Prime members, scan your Prime barcode from the Amazon (available on iOS or Google Play) or Whole Foods app at checkout. When you open either app, just look for “In-Store Code” for a QR code to scan at the register.

2 Dozen Roses
Just $24.99 (regularly $34.99)!

prime day rose deal on display at whole foods

Keep in mind this offer applies to single-color, 24-stem bunches only.

Not an Amazon Prime Member? Score a free 30-day trial here!

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If your Valentine isn’t a fan of roses, Prime Members can score various assorted flower bouquets for $9.99 (regularly $15.99) and 20-stem Bunches of Tulips for $11.99 (regularly $15.99)! You could also make them a delicious edible donut bouquet!

If you’re not going to be near your Valentine this year, consider sending flowers with these cheap flower delivery services!

Check out these tips to make your grocery store flowers look even better!

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Erika has a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from Sonoma State University and 5+ years of writing experience from various deal sites including Hip2Save.

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  1. Edith

    Do we have to use the barcode from the Amazon, or can we enter our phone number at checkout for prime savings?

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Great question, Edith. It seems that a verified Amazon Prime linked phone number would work. Here’s what I found on Whole Food’s site on this – “Phone Number: Provide the verified mobile phone number associated with your Amazon Prime account during checkout. You’ll need to verify your phone number in the Whole Foods Market app to activate your savings at checkout.” ❤️

  2. momof4boys

    I clicked on the Amazon app but I don’t see any kind of barcode. Where do you find it?

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Good morning! Here’s the info from Whole Foods site for using the Amazon app – “Amazon shopping app: Open the Amazon Shopping app and select In-Store Code underneath the Search Bar on the home screen, then scan the In-Store Code at the register.” There are also other methods to apply your Prime savings that can be found here. 🥰

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