Deals, Points, and Miles with Mother’s Day Flowers

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With Mother’s Day coming up this weekend, I’ve compiled a list of deals along with ways to maximize your points earning while purchasing these gifts. There are so many deals and bonus point opportunities, you absolutely should NOT be paying full price without earning miles. Make sure to either purchase one of the discounted deals from the deal a day sites, or go through one of the shopping portals to earn a good amount of miles with your purchase.



Maximizing Miles:
While I am sure there are many more deals and bonus opportunities out there, I hope this helps! I tried to pick out the best offers I found. If you happen to stumble upon any more offers, feel free to leave them in the comments section for other readers to see/use.
Happy almost Mother’s Day to all my mother readers out there!

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  1. Thank you for compiling this. Not only does it help your readers find a great deal, but it also helps remind those readers like myself to actually buy flowers for our mothers, wives, etc.

    And my mother thanks you too 🙂

  2. Great post. Make sure to pay attention to the extra “service fee” which could be about 40%-50% of the listed prices. The service fee could make the mileage earning cost much higher.

  3. I already bought my mom flowers last week. So I bought the Google voucher with my Delta card then bought myself some Mother’s Day flowers using the Delta link in your post. Awesome score! Thank you for compiling and posting! 🙂

    • @MCB – That’s a great offer actually, especially for the inexpensive purchases. For those that are spending $70+ then the 30 point per dollar ones will be better.

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