If you love something, don't let it go; hold it close, and feed it pizza rolls until it is rendered immobile. Ensnare a cherished one's affections with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of flowers, plants, gifts, and more from FTD. Order now to take advantage of FTD offerings for Valentine’s Day or purchase a voucher for any occasion after Valentine’s Day.
FTD's century-strong network of florists drapes the globe with channels of warm-hearted sentiment. More than 12,000 independent boutiques craft florid floral gifts and tactful tenderness tokens, all unerringly adhering to FTD's fire-sworn standards of service, quality, and allegiance to arrow-wielding babies. Kick off a Valentine's Day dinner with a gift of crimson roses, their fragrant blooms stifling the kitchen's aroma of burnt waffles, or surprise a loved one with a workplace delivery of a teddy bear bearing chocolates.
While the availability of specific arrangements varies by day, FTD’s Gift Galleria liberates last-minute shoppers with a panoply of prearranged presents, featuring vivid sylvan bouquets as well as saccharine and savory snacks, fresh fruits, coffees, and more. If you’d rather defer to the expertise of someone who speaks the secret language of flowers (Flemish), a local florist can arrange a bouquet out of the finest flora they have in-stock, with same-day delivery available on florist-designed goods ordered before 2 p.m. Flowers can also be delivered via FedEx or UPS in FTD's signature black box.
Beginning in 1910 as a modest agreement between 15 retail florists to exchange out-of-town delivery orders, FTD now stands as a flower-delivery superhighway that encompasses more than 100 countries. Each independent florist under FTD's umbrella upholds the company’s allegiance to artistry and dependability as they arrange blooms into birthday, new-baby, or just-because bouquets. FTD also offers a wide variety of chocolates, sweets, and gifts to bestow upon loved ones.
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