Dozen? Fairtrade roses for £3.50 from ALDI
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Dozen? Fairtrade roses for £3.50 from ALDI

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Found 6th Feb 2015
Looks like its a dozen (pardon me if i'm wrong, not wearing my glasses at the moment) fairtrade accredited roses. So 10% of the sale goes to the workers and their families in developing countries.

Good cause at a cracking price. Bonus : the reviews (only 3) on there are cracking, all have 5 stars and state they last a good while. Check em out.

Also forgot to mention that although the link takes you to the website and shows you the deal, its actually instore like all ALDI products

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I love Aldi fair trade roses - never had a bunch that lasted less than 10 days!

To be pedantic though, this is their normal price, but nudging a bit of heat under them as they are good

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SausageMummy

I love Aldi fair trade roses - never had a bunch that lasted less than 10 … I love Aldi fair trade roses - never had a bunch that lasted less than 10 days!To be pedantic though, this is their normal price, but nudging a bit of heat under them as they are good



Wasn't aware of that! Was told it was a valentines deal by staff. Ah well, its a nice reminder this time of year

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ALDI also have a dozen roses for £5, i think the deal has been posted, but its worth a mention. They also have luxury half a dozen roses for £7.50, premium stuff. Check the website and pop instore to buy.

Always been that price

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crazygranny

Always been that price



thank you

I find Aldi flowers last a good 10-15 days, have some that I got on the 23rd that are still looking good today!

stuarthanley

They look really tacky.



Gold not dried?

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winningchip

Gold not dried?



I think they are dried and then preserved in gold. You best off contacting them for the deets

Hot from me, will be taking some of these to my local Tescos next Saturday to give to Jase99.

huzi7868

CommentI think they are dried and then preserved in gold. You best off … CommentI think they are dried and then preserved in gold. You best off contacting them for the deets



They meant the gold was still tacky because it hadn't dried

99p shop has a pot plant of miniature roses, just saying.

Will these come with a sh*g guarantee

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verylittlehelpsagain

Will these come with a sh*g guarantee



Dont think the staff have that in mind.

£3.50 is the most I was hoping to spend on my Mrs. Ta....

when are they available from?
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