Amazon offers one-hour flower delivery for Valentine's Day

Amazon offers one-hour flower delivery for Valentine's Day

Last-minute gift givers can take advantage if they are members of the e-commerce giant's Prime Now service and live in one of 30 select cities.

February 14, 2017
International Business Times
Business Industry News

Forgot to buy a gift this Valentine's Day? Amazon is here to save the day.

The online e-commerce website is offering one-hour fresh flower delivery for $7.99 and free two-hour delivery to celebrate the day of love. The offer started on February 11 and will last through Valentine's Day. 

The flowers will be delivered by online floral retailer KaBloom. You can also order bouquets from various local stores, including Eataly and Sprouts Farmers Market, in 30 cities across the U.S.

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For more about Amazon's movement into the horticulture industry and the future of online plant sales, read our Q&A with Sid Raisch from the January issue of Nursery Management.