Home Bargains is selling 50 roses for £16 for Valentine's Day

Home Bargains is running a deal on bunches of Kenyan Spray Roses for £15.99 which come in mixed bouquets of red, pink, white and yellow flowers.

They're not the cheapest on the market though – Aldi is actually selling bunches of 10 roses for £2.09.

That means, 50 flowers will cost you £10.45 – £5.54 less than the ones from Home Bargains – but you'll have to go in to an Aldi store to pick up the deal.

You can order the flowers from Home Bargains online and it's offering free delivery too – although there's no guarantee on delivery dates as it can take one to two working days for them to arrive.

You can opt for tracked delivery to make sure you know when it will arrive but you'll need to fork out an extra £2.95 for the service.


  • Take a picture as evidence of poor condition or damage to your flowers as this will help  support your complaint.
  • If a loved one or friend has sent you flowers that have arrived in a poor condition or late, make sure you tell them.
  • Otherwise the retailer may say they can’t access the order information and won’t resolve the problem.
  • If you order a specific number of flowers but fewer than this amount are delivered to you, you’re entitled to a partial refund for the missing flowers

The discounter has even made sure that Home Bargains isn't written on the box so your lover will never know you scooped a bargain.

Each bouquet will contain 12 stems which each have around four to five roses on them.

Fifty roses are the standard size, but you can upgrade to a medium which contains 15 stems and costs an extra £3 or you can go large for an extra £6 for 18 stems.

You'll need to order the flowers online, where you can also chose a personalised romantic note to be written on the message card.

The delivery service is seven days a week but we can imagine Valentine's Day will be super popular so you might want to book in a slot now to avoid missing out.

Shoppers have been left stunned at an 89p paste from Home Bargains that has left their "revolting" items sparkling… and even cleaning whizz Mrs Hinch is a fan.

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