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US$20 for US$40 Worth of Valentine's Day Flowers and Gifts from FTD

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  • Expires Apr 12th, 2013.
  • Limit 2 per person, 1 per order. Online only for items on Shipping & service fees may apply (typically US$15.99-US$29.99). Delivery to Canadian addresses only. Valid toward taxes & fees; special offers & discounts shown on at time of redemption. Not valid for FTD email offers or websites with special offers like points/miles. Click here for complete terms & conditions.

Questions and Answers 4 questions


If I purchase 2 of the groupons for a total cost of 40.00 can I just go on the website and order 80.00 worth of flowers? How much is delivery to Cambie Road in Richmond. Can you use the coupon towards the delivery charges?

Deidre M.  asked on  Feb 10, 2013


You can only use 1 Groupon per order, but you can use towards the delivery charge.

Gretchen M.  from  Self  replied on  Feb 10, 2013


Do I have to purchase a Valentines bouquet, or can I get a 'plain' bouquet? Nancy

Nancy J.  asked on  Feb 6, 2013


You can use this Groupon to buy for ANY occasion - not just Valentine's!

Gretchen M.  from  Self  replied on  Feb 6, 2013


I have gone through the whole process and even tried choosing different bouquets and I put in my GC number and I get in red letters: 'Your promotional code cannot be combined with other special offers. See restrictions for details. " I don't think I'm picking bouquets that are special offers, I ordered C12-4792. Could you give me a list of what items are Not a 'special offer' Thanks Kerri

kerri m.  asked on  Feb 3, 2013


We are sorry you are having difficulty! Please try using this Groupon on and if that does not work, please reach out to our Customer Support at 1-855-645-6214. Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience!

Gretchen M.  from  Self  replied on  Feb 3, 2013


If I buy this offer will a coupon for flowers or will real flowers be delivered?

John B.  asked on  Feb 1, 2013


You will get a Groupon voucher with a $40 credit and GC number that you can use on

Gretchen M.  from  Self  replied on  Feb 1, 2013

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