If you’re a chronic procrastinator, Instacart̵
Best known as a grocery delivery service, the company is expanding to offer bouquets for the most romantic holiday of the year. And they come from the same stores that you are used to ordering on Instacart.
Ordering flowers from a professional florist costs a pretty penny (especially with express delivery), but Instacart offers same-day flower delivery from over 500 retailers.
The grocery store already partners with many nationwide supermarkets, including ALDI, Publix, Wegman’s and Costco. These stores are not only accessible from coast to coast, but they also sell bouquets, balloons and arrangements. So why not combine Instacart’s delivery services with the stores’ Valentine’s Day offerings? It just makes sense.
This year you can use Instacart to send your Valentine a bouquet on February 14th without all the outrageous costs, and the process is super easy. Simply open the Instacart app (you’ll find it in your phone’s app store if you don’t already have one), type in your loved one’s address, then choose a store near them.
Then pick the flowers you want – and hey, why not throw in chocolates and champagne too? It is a grocery store after all. You can choose to have them delivered the same day if you shop on Feb. 14, or you can shop earlier and schedule delivery.
And if you’re an Instacart Express member, any order over $ 35 includes free shipping! If you’re not already a member, sign up for a 14-day free trial just in time for the big day.