A 12 Rose Bouquet £10 & Prosecco Spumate Rose wine £10 or buy both for £12 only @ Morrisons - HotUKDeals
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Thats right - buy a Rose Bouquet normally £10 with Prosecco Spumate Rose normally £10 and get £8 off. so both for £12.

Found the advert now - listed below!

Picture is The Rose Bouquet -
A dozen red roses arranged with white gypsophila
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#1
Saw this advertised on the telly earlier & looks like a good deal.

I wonder if there will be any left on Saturday, or if i should stock up before then?
#2
any idea on the quality of the roses?
#3
Buy early and keep the flowers in a full bucket of water in the garage or somewhere cool. Round here the Morrisons flowers are better quality & value than the other stores.
#4
andyfisher100
any idea on the quality of the roses?


Flower Retailer of the Year for 2008 and 2009:thumbsup:
#5
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#6
lol i work at interflora, these are so cheap compared to interlfora, where a decent sized bunch of roses will cost you at least £50
[mod]#7
Good offer, thanks ianshona :)
#8
Yeah saw this in the TV last night as did the misses! lol still I'll pick some up as was going to M's for flowers anyway as I find them amazing for flowers can easily see why they win flower retailer of the year awards. Got a bunch for my other half's Birthday 27th Jan, still going strong! Can't grumble at that.

Heated.
#9
Normally i really like Morrisons flowers but just back from the Basingstoke store and tbh these looked pretty ropey.
Hopefully they will get more stock in.
Cheers
#10
Will they get more stock in for sunday morning or just the saturday?
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daggerer
lol i work at interflora, these are so cheap compared to interlfora, where a decent sized bunch of roses will cost you at least £50
A £50 bouquet of roses is strictly for those with more money than sense or desperate to impress their women!

If I present my other half with a dozen Morrison's roses on Valentine's Day, she'll see it as a lovely gesture and be very grateful. It's one up on the usual funny card, after all!

If she gets a £50 Interflora bouquet of roses delivered, she'd think I'd been up to something or give me hell for wasting £50 on cut flowers!

Although a florist may not understand this way of thinking, this is a no brainer for me - HOT! :thumbsup:
#12
good offer know what im getting her this year. oh wait she reads this.
#13
Great deal, should make me popular on Sunday, as long as they have some left come the weekend!
#14
chalkysoil
Buy early and keep the flowers in a full bucket of water in the garage or somewhere cool. Round here the Morrisons flowers are better quality & value than the other stores.


Without any natural sunlight they should be nicely DEAD by February 14th :whistling:
#15
andyfisher100
any idea on the quality of the roses?


I don't think you get a colour and clarity chart with flowers.
#16
andyat2002
I don't think you get a colour and clarity chart with flowers.


Roses differ a lot in quiality, some cheaper ranges are small head stems also there are masses of varieties of roses so they are not all standard.
#17
I saw the offer and thought it was good - then I went instore and the £10 roses were right next to an almost identical bunch - maybe a bit less gypsophilia (the white stuff!) - that was £5!! A textbook case of overpricing so they can pretend it's a better deal than it is!
#18
choc-chic
I saw the offer and thought it was good - then I went instore and the £10 roses were right next to an almost identical bunch - maybe a bit less gypsophilia (the white stuff!) - that was £5!! A textbook case of overpricing so they can pretend it's a better deal than it is!


Hmm could be interesting I'll check mine out tomorrow might be worth buying two bunches for £10 and stuff the plonk (that we don't need or care for) She'd appreciate the bigger bouquet I reckon she'll be so drunk on love she wouldn't care about wine.......lame I know lol :thumbsup:
#19
What a steal and with the wine too! They'll certainly look much better than the £2 asda ones and you get some brownie points!
#20
Just take the supermarket label off before you give them........ its like buying someone an engagement ring from Argos IMO
#21
thanks for this
#22
choc-chic
I saw the offer and thought it was good - then I went instore and the £10 roses were right next to an almost identical bunch - maybe a bit less gypsophilia (the white stuff!) - that was £5!! A textbook case of overpricing so they can pretend it's a better deal than it is!


+1 nearly exactly the same bunch for £5 instead of £10 but hey you get some not very good looking rose wine thrown in there.

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