A Dozen red roses from £3 @ Various stores including Asda, Tesco, M&S and Waitrose
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A Dozen red roses from £3 @ Various stores including Asda, Tesco, M&S and Waitrose

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Found 10th Feb 2016
Full round-up of prices at major supermarkets

12 red roses £3

You don’t have to pay over the odds for Valentine’s Day red roses, with bunches of 12 starting from £3 at supermarkets. These are the cheapest prices retailers have confirmed for standard roses for the Valentine's period, but in the past stores have cut prices even further on the day itself in their war of the roses.

£3 for 12 red sweetheart roses at Lidl (find your nearest). From Fri 12 Feb.
£3 for 12 red sweetheart roses, or £5 for 12 red roses at Aldi (find your nearest).
£5 for 12 red roses at Asda (find your nearest*). From Thu 11 Feb.
£5 for 12 Fairtrade red sweetheart roses at Co-op (find your nearest). From Thu 11 Feb.
£5 for 12 sweetheart red roses at Waitrose (find your nearest*). From Fri 12 Feb.
£5 for 12 red roses at Morrisons (find your nearest).
£5 for 12 red roses at Tesco (find your nearest*). From Fri 12 Feb.
£10 for 12 long stemmed red roses at M&S (find your nearest*). From Thu 11 Feb.

Expect short-stemmed standard roses unless we've specified otherwise - we've not included any premium ranges. The cost of roses can shoot up if they are long-stemmed, or ethically/locally sourced. If you want more bang for your buck, consider alternatives such as tulips.

Thanks to MoneySavingExpert for collating and writing this deal.
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£3: that's the most I would spend on roses for some woman. HOT!

Edited by: "someguy003" 10th Feb 2016
At least give credit to Money Saving Expert when you're going to rip all of their text/info. (_;)
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toonarmani

At least give credit to Money Saving Expert when you're going to rip all … At least give credit to Money Saving Expert when you're going to rip all of their text/info. (_;)



like i get paid to post deals
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as per usual im gonna have to buy my own
im going to buy my own too tee hee just going to get the 3 quids one. that itself made my day
toonarmani

At least give credit to Money Saving Expert when you're going to rip all … At least give credit to Money Saving Expert when you're going to rip all of their text/info. (_;)



You mean 'Money Sponging Expert'....!!

I think you'll find they sponge all their info from other websites and give 'NO' credit whatsoever !!
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Mecoconuts

You mean 'Money Sponging Expert'....!!I think you'll find they sponge all … You mean 'Money Sponging Expert'....!!I think you'll find they sponge all their info from other websites and give 'NO' credit whatsoever !!




exactly
Martin Lewis set up and sold that money saving expert website for about £30 million and we are still grubbing around looking for 10p off turnips in Heron foods.

Surely moneysaving should be slagging us, not the other way round??
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Personal finance journalist Martin Lewis has sold his MoneySavingExpert website to the price comparison company MoneySupermarket in a deal which will net him up to £87m
Wow. Can't fault him lol
M1ckj1m

Wow. Can't fault him lol



Yes you can.....he pledged a shedload of money to a charity when he was selling MSE....and gave them NOTHING.

Plus the crap info he comes out with is mostly outdated and common knowledge.
snowflake75

as per usual im gonna have to buy my own



​I'll send you a bunch
Cheers I have a £5 Tesco Orchard flower voucher!
Mecoconuts

Yes you can.....he pledged a shedload of money to a charity when he was … Yes you can.....he pledged a shedload of money to a charity when he was selling MSE....and gave them NOTHING.Plus the crap info he comes out with is mostly outdated and common knowledge.



Totally agree, it isn't a Money Saving e-mail anymore, it's basically an attempt to see how much affiliate income they can generate. It's basically an advert to change your utilities or entertainment package, so they can get the massive referral fees. The rest is either complaining that the government isn't doing enough to curb consumer debt and the rest encouraging you to accumulate debt on interest free credit cards.

Then when you're up to your eyeballs in debt, he suggests you save £2 coins.
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mocmocamoc

Totally agree, it isn't a Money Saving e-mail anymore, it's basically an … Totally agree, it isn't a Money Saving e-mail anymore, it's basically an attempt to see how much affiliate income they can generate. It's basically an advert to change your utilities or entertainment package, so they can get the massive referral fees. The rest is either complaining that the government isn't doing enough to curb consumer debt and the rest encouraging you to accumulate debt on interest free credit cards. Then when you're up to your eyeballs in debt, he suggests you save £2 coins.



To be fair he got me £1600 pounds back in bank charges when that came out.
but yes he moans about corporations ripping the public off but then goes and sells his website to one. Fair play to him though who the hell makes that much money from a website
The Daffs' are out on the local dual carridgeway central reservation..I'm going out on Saturday night with my scissors. Snip snip snip.."there you are darling" STAB ! STAB ! STAB ! some women are never grateful.
What sort of size are these, some are tiny when you get there
Mecoconuts

You mean 'Money Sponging Expert'....!!I think you'll find they sponge all … You mean 'Money Sponging Expert'....!!I think you'll find they sponge all their info from other websites and give 'NO' credit whatsoever !!


Cite your source.
someguy003

£3: that's the most I would spend on roses for some woman. HOT!



You must be single !
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zippypants

You must be single !


Correct! You must be in Mensa!
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Gollywood

​I'll send you a bunch



​oh yes please!!
What place has the best roses?
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