As if your Amazon Prime membership doesn’t already score you some major deals, now it can get you deep Valentine’s Day discounts at Whole Foods. So if you want to get your S.O. a big ol’ bundle of roses (or you’re leaving little hints for your honey), you need to seriously check out the savings that Prime members are eligible for.

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In honor of the most loving, romantic and flower-filled of holidays, Whole Foods is discounting Whole Trade roses from February 7 to February 14. Prime members can get two dozen roses for only $19.99! Oh, but that’s not all. When you visit your local Whole Foods Market, team members will be on-hand to wrap those beautiful bouquets for you. That means bonus points for you with the festively fab flower arrangement.

President and Chief Operating Officer at Whole Foods Market, A.C. Gallo, said, in a press release, “We are excited to make this Valentine’s Day extra special for customers by lowering prices on our beautiful Whole Trade roses.” Gallo added, “As we continue to integrate with Amazon, we plan to share additional savings, values, and promotional events with our shoppers and Prime members while continuing to support responsible ecosystems and communities worldwide.”

If you aren’t a Prime member, don’t worry — you can still get a discount on roses too. Non-Prime shoppers can purchase two dozen of the Whole Trade roses for $24.99.

Who are you giving roses to this Valentine’s Day? Share your answer in the comments below. —Erica Loop



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