12 Red Roses - £4.75 Instore - Big Brownie points for Valentines day - HotUKDeals
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Tesco instore are selling a dozen red roses for £4.75 whilst stocks last.

Time to earn some brownie points !!! My wifes getting 36 roses this year and my 6 year old Daughter 12

Sorry cannot post a link as I cannot find this on there website.
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#1
Great heads up. Saw this instore this evening - Bargain! HOT from me :thumbsup:.
#2
Yes they are cheap but I looked at them earlier today and they are not the best, kind of petrol station quality. So if you have a lady who knows anyhting about flowers you might not get quite as many brownie points :-)
#3
They will do for me, have left this page up and running on the monitor wonder if he will take the hint ???? what do you reckon my chances are lol. voted hot from me
#4
This time of year - even the top quality are low quality. I spent about 30 mins picking the best bunches and will then arrange them properly on wednesday night with some other flowers in a nice boquet (however you spell it :oops:)
Last year I spent over £40 on a bunch a 3 days later they were dead. !
regards Gary
#5
Great price voted hot. My 6 year old daughter wants to know what ive got planned for her for valentines day!! Dont remember gettin anything off my parents when i was little for valentines.
#6
I think adults giving kids anything on Valentines Day is a little...um...twisted!

**** flowers, **** shop. If you think so little of your other half that you have to buy them rubbish, you might as well not bother!
banned#7
your obviously single and no kids
#8
I'm not single, and I don't want kids. And if I had them, I wouldn't give them roses on Valentine's Day. Ewww! *shudder*
#9
mrspodington
They will do for me, have left this page up and running on the monitor wonder if he will take the hint ???? what do you reckon my chances are lol. voted hot from me


i had the same thought and my other half works there so no excuses lol:thumbsup:
#10
pinkkitty2007
Great price voted hot. My 6 year old daughter wants to know what ive got planned for her for valentines day!! Dont remember gettin anything off my parents when i was little for valentines.


My 10 yr old said she'd prefer a cd or some money to get her own present :shock: . . . . come to think of it, so would I :giggle: (I'll be lucky if I get a card :cry:)
#11
I clearly don't live on the same planet as some of you lot. :lol:
1 Like #12
thats cos your a f@@@in lonely little miser bristoldeal. there is nothing wrong with me getting my daughter (as well as my wife) flowers on valentines day as a way of reminding her that i love her. your the twisted one for even thinkin of it in a twisted way, can everybody respond if they think that bristoldeals comments arent really needed on here, d"£K
banned#13
anyone who thinks giving a present to there kid is in someway distgusting thinks of kids in a very wrong way
#14
here bloody here!
#15
Couldn't agree more francodevil!!! I always get my kids something for valentines, and only a 'twisted' person themselves would see any wrong in that.
#16
BristolDeal
I'm not single, and I don't want kids. And if I had them, I wouldn't give them roses on Valentine's Day. Ewww! *shudder*

I've gotta say I find your comments really offensive :x. To me (as a mother of three young ones) it beggars belief that, that kind of thought or comment would even cross anyones mind. I pressume, that when my children hand over their Valentine's Day cards that were made in school last week (for myself and hubby!) I should be thinking along the same twisted lines as you. :x :roll:
#17
i agree when you have kids and they are aware of Valentines day then why should they not join in the fun? its about love............
#18
Bunch of freaks! :lol:

I think things have changed since I was a kid, when not every single event like this was an excuse for kids to get presents. Valentine's Day is about ROMANCE and SEX.
#19
[COLOR=Black]Valentine's Day is a holiday celebrated on February 14. It is the traditional day on which lovers express their love for each other; sending Valentine's cards, or offering candy. It is very common to present flowers on Valentine's Day. The holiday is named after two among the numerous Early Christian martyrs named Valentine. The day became associated with romantic love in the circle of Geoffrey Chaucer in High Middle Ages, when the tradition of courtly love flourished. The day is most closely associated with the mutual exchange of love notes in the form of "valentines."

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#20
Most men only give their spouse a Valentine's so they can live to see Easter!
Little Melissa comes home from first grade and tells her father that they learned about the history of Valentine's Day. "Since Valentine's Day is for a Christian saint and we're Jewish," she asks, "will God get mad at me for giving someone a Valentine?" Melissa's father thinks a bit, then says "No, I don't think God would get mad. Who do you want to give a Valentine to?" "Osama Bin Laden," she says."Why Osama Bin Laden?" her father asks, reeling in shock. "Well," she says, "I thought that if a little American Jewish girl could have enough love to give Osama a valentine, he might start to think that maybe we're not all bad, and maybe start loving people a little. And if other kids saw what I did and sent Valentines to Osama, he'd love everyone a lot. And then he'd start going all over the place to tell everyone how much he loved them and how he didn't hate anyone anymore." Her father's heart swells and he looks at his daughter with new-found pride. "Melissa, that's the most wonderful thing I've ever heard!" "I know," Melissa says. "And once that gets him out in the open, the Marines could blow the **** out of him!"
#21
I can only assume that the person in question thinks of valentines day in a sexual way not loving as I believe it was intended. Children have and always will be included in valentines day, and so they should be. It is a way to teach them how to express their love for people (albeit commercial nowadays).

I think too many people rate their partner's love for them in terms of how much money has been spent. I cannot usually afford a present for my husband and have to 'make do' with a lovingly hand made card and present. I would love if my husband was able to get me these roses which are a great deal - and extremely cross if he bought me an overpriced bunch from a florist. I would rather spend the money on my two, very loving children!
#22
I think that you are totally wrong!

I am 33 and still buy my dad a valentines card. Valentines is about showing people people that you love them and care.:)
#23
:geek::evil:The word love has many different meanings, from something that gives a little pleasure ("I loved that meal") to something one would die for (family).:whistling:
1 Like #24
i think bristoldeal does protesteth too much................
1 Like #25
I think my concept of Valentine's Day is skewed with the rest of the forum! :lol:

Oh well - each to their own, and my apologies for any offence caused. I'll go back to my sex dungeon now. :w00t:
#26
Please keep this thread respectful and on topic without making it personal. Thanks.
#27
This is all a bit over the top.
I have never purchased gifts for my kids on Valentines day, but to each his own.
But although Bristoldeal has said things (in jest?) I dont agree with, I find the instant witch hunt very disturbing.
Please calm down, shake hands and say sorry.
#28
Not to compare the deal but just while on the subject of roses, if any one is planning a trip to Bangkok and wants to give a nice surprise to thier other half while they are there then the flower market is a must....... you will pay around £5 for 50, they haven't been de thorned mind and they will need cutting, but still a nice surprise for pennys ;) and an experience (they don't get many tourists)
Its open late night till early morning
1 Like #29
crispwarez
anyone who thinks giving a present to there kid is in someway distgusting thinks of kids in a very wrong way


rightly said i wud never dream of buying my kids valentines pressies etc valentines day is for adults to show how much they love each other ..
#30
not worth a ban for an idiot
#31
Love is all around us:whistling:
#32
i feel it in my fingers, i feel it in my toes :p
#33
yummymummy07;1573329
rightly said i wud never dream of buying my kids valentines pressies etc valentines day is for adults to show how much they love each other ..


Thankyou!!
#34
Changing the subject - slightly - I think £4.75 for 12 red roses is a bargain. Thanks for the post OP. Think i'm gonna get some for my daughter for valentines - because I love her:thumbsup:

Think I might get some for myself aswell - I love me too:p
#35
:friends::friendswhat a nice gesture cass
#36
cassieismydoggie
I think £4.75 for 12 red roses is a bargain.


cheapskate is what I call it
#37
pinchpeps
:friends::friendswhat a nice gesture cass


The Power of Love - a force from above:whistling:
#38
Tesco roses rock!
Always last well over the 7 days they guarantee.:thumbsup:
The sooner all the other stores are ground under Tescos heel the better I will like it.
The rumour that there is a mind control chip in thier loyalty card is rubbish.;-)
#39
hukd
cheapskate is what I call it


Hot deal is what I call it. Isn't that why we are all here?

70 degrees. See, I'm not the only one

It's getting hot in here:whistling:
#40
cassieismydoggie
Hot deal is what I call it. Isn't that why we are all here?

if you think your partner is only worth a fiver thats up to you, I agree its a good deal though...

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