Aldi's Bargain Valentine’s Day Flowers Revealed

Elizabeth Elden
3rd February 2018, 8:00 AM
  • Prices start at £2.50
  • Roses, mixed bouquets and balloons available
  • But flowers are limited- get in quick

Aldi has released its’ prices for Valentine’s Day flowers.

From Sunday 4th February, budget supermarket Aldi will have a selection of Valentine’s Day bouquets to treat your loved one to.

Julie Ashfield, Joint Managing Director of Corporate Buying at Aldi UK, said, “Aldi knows the perfect bouquet of flowers are essential to show loved ones how special they are.

“This year, that special gift doesn’t mean breaking the bank because Aldi’s gorgeous selection of Valentines bouquets guarantee beautiful quality flowers at affordable prices.

What’s on offer?

Red Roses

Aldi’s Valentine’s Rhodos Bouquet is a premium bouquet in every way but the price. Image: Aldi

Aldi’s Valentine’s Rhodos Bouquet, £30, is filled with a mix of 24 rhodo and burgundy roses and three red hypericum.

Aldi said it is the creme-de-la-creme of what it had to offer this Valentine season.

Aldi is also offering 100 Sweetheart Roses for £25, in either a full bloom of deep red roses, or a mixture of pink and red flowers.

Aldi’s Specially Selected Ever Red Bouquet is just £25. Image: Aldi

If you prefer bigger, fuller, looking red roses, then Aldi is selling a Specially Selected Ever Red Bouquet for £25, which includes 12 red roses with three cinerea.

If you’re on a tighter budget, Aldi also has 12 rhodo red roses for £15, 12 furiosa roses for just £5, and 24 Indian roses for £10.

Mixed Bouquets

Mixed Bouquets starts at £10. Image: Aldi

Aldi’s Specially Selected Luxury Mixed Rose Bouquet, for £20, is filled with a selection of pink and purple roses, green bells, and cordyline.

Also on offer is Aldi’s Luxury Valentine’s Bouquet, which has 12 pink, purple, red, and white flowers, and is only £10.

Single Roses

For a more simple gift for Valentine’s, you can get a single red rose for just £2.50, or opt for one in a vase for £3.50.

Aldi’s Valentine’s flowers are available in stores from the 4th February, but they’re limited, so you’ll have to get in quick.

If you’re on the hunt of some bargain food for Valentine’s, Asda and Co-Op are doing Valentine’s Day meal deals.

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi1 year ago

Wow, that is cheap...

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