• TWO Dozen Roses $19.99 at Whole Foods (Amazon Prime Members)

    YAY, this is an amazing Valentine’s Day gift idea!

    Through February 16th, Amazon Prime Members can snag Two Dozen Roses from your local Whole Foods Market for JUST $19.99 – only $9.99 per dozen! This is a great deal considering it’s $29.99 regularly.

    For online shoppers, you can complete your order here. And if you’re shopping in-store, all you need to do is download or log-in to the Amazon or Whole Foods app. After that, you’ll need to scan the bar code at checkout. Valid on single, multi and rainbow color 24-stem bunches. Go here!

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    Two Dozen Whole Foods Market Roses
    ONLY $19.99 (Reg $29.99)
    *$9.99 each!
    (find them online here)

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    1. 1

      Ordered for my parents for valentines day. Thanks!

    2. 0

      Great deal!! Ty!

    3. -1

      I love this deal. I got my mom and great aunt this last year for their birthdays

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