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. Read on to find out how you can score big deals on roses at Whole Foods—but only if you’re an Amazon Prime member.

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In honor of the most loving, romantic and flower-filled of holidays, Whole Foods is discounting Whole Trade roses for Valentine’s Day! Prime members can get two dozen roses for only $19.99! Tack on about $5 for local delivery and a little bit more for tax and you’re still snagging a great deal on roses for a mere 26-ish dollars. Not bad.

Currently, the delivery option is only available in markets where the Prime Now delivery service is offered, which includes roughly 60 cities, such as New York, Los Angeles, Austin and tons more. Check the app to see if you’re area is included, but if not you can always stop on by a brick-and-mortar Whole Foods store to pick up your florals in person.

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.

—Erica Loop, Karly Wood

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