Purchase Mother’s Day Gifts and Flowers at a Discount

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Mother’s Day is this upcoming weekend, and you know what that means?! Gifts for mom or the wife. For those that are in the market to send flowers or other Mother’s Day catered gifts, I wanted to list out all the places to purchase these items at a discount. Remember, while this is marketed for Mother’s Day, the expiration dates go for the deal to be used go for awhile, so it can work out well if you need to send something for a birthday, hospital stay, etc.


  • FTD Flowers – $20 for $40 Worth of Valentine’s Day Flowers and Gifts from FTD (Groupon)
  • 1-800-Flowers.com – $15 for $30 or $20 for $40 to spend on a wide array of special Valentine’s Day arrangements and gifts (Amazon Local Deals)
  • Pro Plants – $15 for $30 to spend on a variety of flowering, decorative, and stylish plant (Amazon Local Deals)
  • ProFlowers – $15 for $30 to spend on fresh flowers, sweets, and more (Living Social)
  • Teleflora – $25 for $50 of fresh flowers (Bloomspot)
Additionally, Plink.com has a new member sign up bonus. Make a $20+ purchase at 1-800-Flowers.com by 5/12 and you’ll receive 2,000 Plink points – enough to redeem for a $20 gift card at a participating merchant (for example, Amazon.com, Target, Walmart, Tango, Barnes and Nobles, etc.). Remember, this is for new sign ups only. While this won’t work for the 1-800-Flowers.com Amazon Local Deal, if you were looking to purchase a more expensive flower bouquet if the excess amount you are paying when you check out at 1-800-Flowers.com after the Amazon Local Deal discount is $20 or more, this Plink.com promotion will apply, so you are essentially able to double dip. You can learn more about Plink.com in this prior blog post.

Other Gifts

  • Spa Wish – $35 for a $50 gift card to Spa Wish to use at over 5,700 spa location (Groupon)
  • Restaurant.com – $50 for $250 Restaurant.com eGift card (Living Social)
  • Blue Nile – $100 for $200 worth of jewelry (Living Social)
  • Canvas Focus – Starting at $39 for custom canvas prints or collage with free shipping (Amazon Local Deals)
  • ImageToGlass.com – Starting at $26 for personalized glass image with free shipping (Amazon Local Deals)
  • Vermont Teddy Bear – $25 for $50 or $50 for $100 to spend at Vermont Teddy Bear (Amazon Local Deals)
  • Image To Metal – Starting at $28 for custom image to metal with free shipping (Amazon Local Deals)
  • The Body Shop – $10 for $20 worth of products from The Body Shop (Groupon)
  • Corso’s Cookies – $15 for $40 or $25 for $65 worth of cookie bouquets (Groupon)
  • Fannie May – $15 for $30 worth of chocolate and candy (Groupon)
  • Shari’s Berries – $15 for $30 to spend on gourmet dipped berries and treats (Living Social)
  • Personal Creations – $15 for $30 to spend on personalized gifts for the whole family (Amazon Local Deals)
  • Red Envelope – $20 for $40 to spend on unique gifts at RedEnvelope.com (Amazon Local Deals)

Remember, you can purchase many of these deals from many of the online shopping portals and earn point/miles on your purchase – for example, Groupon and Living Social. Once you purchase the deal, you can then go to the merchant site from an online shopping portal and potentially receive more bonus points/miles – sometimes if you use a coupon code or a voucher from a deal site though you will not get the bonus miles though.

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    • @Docomo – I can’t find any others from “deal a day”s sites, but I have found some 15% and 20% off coupon codes from a google search.

  1. Make sure you are comparing the price on the “discount” portal with the price going direct to the site. There are many examples of the prices being jacked up to present a discount or bonus points whereby you’re paying more in the end.

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