This Is the Supermarket Selling the Cheapest Roses for V-Day
This Is the Supermarket Selling the Cheapest Roses for V-Day
This Is the Supermarket Selling the Cheapest Roses for V-Day
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this supermarket is selling the cheapest roses for V-day

By Alex Schrute

Wondering where to shop for Valentine’s Day 2021? The supermarket selling the cheapest Valentine’s roses has been revealed…

Valentine's Day 2021 is just around the corner – and whilst a romantic dinner out is off the table this year, you can still spoil your loved one with something special at home. And showing you care doesn’t have to break the bank – as one UK supermarket is selling a bouquet of a dozen red roses for just £3.99!

Where are the cheapest roses for Valentine’s Day 2021?

You might not be too surprised to learn that the supermarket selling the cheapest roses for Valentine’s Day 2021 is Aldi. As well as the traditional bouquet of a dozen red roses for £3.99, they’re also selling 10 stems of 40cm roses for just £1.99. That works out as the cheapest around at just 19p a stem.

If you’ve got a bigger budget and you want to push the boat out a little further, Aldi are also selling a gorgeous arrangement of roses in a heart-shaped box for £24.99. Featuring stunning red and pink roses, this gift is sure to bring a smile to your special someone’s face on Valentine’s Day.

You could also opt for a bouquet of 100 Sweetheart Roses, which will also be priced at £24.99 at Aldi. Or keep things simple and sweet with a single rose in a sleeve for 79p. If you want to mix things up a bit, you could also go for a Rose & Lily Valentines Bouquet (£14.99) or a Shades of Love Gift Bag Bouquet (£12.99).

Why are roses traditional for Valentine’s Day?

Roses – especially red roses – are one of the most popular symbols of love and passion throughout the world. Roses were associated with Aphrodite, the goddess of love in Greek mythology, and Venus, the goddess of love and beauty in Roman beliefs.

King Charles II of Sweden popularised the fashion of giving flowers to express a message in the 17th century, with red roses meaning deep love.


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