CLEVELAND, Ohio – Valentine’s Day looks quite different this year, but you can still get something for the special people in your life. We took a look online for some of the best options (and deals) available to you today.
From traditional options like roses and chocolates to things like cookies and steaks, there’s something for everyone. Check out our guide below to find some ideas, as well as websites offering special discounts.
Valentine’s Day flowers and plants
In addition to offering numerous exclusive arrangements, 1-800-FLOWERS also is running multiple specials with some bouquets marked down from $5-15 off. One dozen long stemmed roses is $64.99 while two dozen multi-colored roses is on sale for $44.99. You can also get a one-of-a-kind bouquet designed by a local florist for $54.99, while a potted rose plant with stuffed bear and chocolates (photo above) can be yours for $34.99. Same day delivery is available.
See all of 1-800-FLOWERS Valentine’s Day offerings.
FTD is currently running a sale up to 20% off select flowers. Their red rose bouquet in a vase ($40/dozen or $52/two dozen) are both on sale. Alternately, you can get either a dozen or 24 pink champagne roses (see photo above) for $36-60. FTD also offers many potted options including a red calla lily for $45.
See all of FTD’s Valentine’s sales.
Teleflora is currently offering a 15% discount off flowers, plants, gift baskets, balloons, boxes of chocolates and stuffed animals. Enter promo code FEBRUARY15. Or, save $10 off flowers, plants and gift baskets priced $50 and over with the code FEBRUARY10.
New customers can also subscribe to their e-mail list to receive a 20% off code. Same day delivery available, but Teleflora warns flower supplies are limited this year.
Their Heart and Soul bouquet takes things a step farther this year, arranging the roses in the shape of a heart ($66.49 after discount. See photo above). If roses aren’t your thing, they also have a a bouquet of carnations and daisies. The Kindest Heart Bouquet is $37.99 after discount. Teleflora also has a Deal of the Day option where you can select a price point and allow the florist free reign to design something unique.
See all of Teleflora.com’s Valentine’s Day flowers.
Valentine’s Day chocolates and candy
What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than by getting something sweet for your sweetie. A wide variety of chocolates and other candies are available.
Shop local this year by heading over to the Malley’s website for a wide variety of Valentine’s specials. Pick up a traditional heart-shaped candy box (see photo above) with prices ranging from $6-$36 depending on the size. While they offer chocolate-covered pretzels ($18.25), they also offer chocolate-covered pretzel sticks (milk or dark chocolate) for $11.25. If you are looking for something smaller, they also offer heart-shaped chocolates filled with peanut butter, caramel or raspberry cream for $1 each.
See all of Malley’s Valentine’s Day chocolates.
Another popular retailer is Godiva. The company is currently offering free shipping on orders of $25 or more and giving you the option to send a personalized ‘virtual valentine’ with any order this year.
Looking for a budget-conscious gift? Godiva offers many options at $25 and under. A six-pack of cherry cordials (see photo above) currently is selling for $9.95. A teddy bear with a heart full of chocolate hearts is $29.95. If you’re looking for chocolate covered strawberries, they have those as well with a dozen setting you back $80 (not included in free shipping offer).
Shop all of Godiva’s Valentine’s deals.
While they also sell more traditional Valentine’s chocolates, Harry & David provides an assortment of more unique options as well. Instead of flowers, perhaps you are interested in getting your loved one a bouquet of donuts ($49.99). You can also get their foil-covered pears with truffles for $49.99 or an entire tray featuring an assortment of chocolate-covered fruits for $99.99.
Shop all of Harry & David’s Valentine’s options.
Looking for something you can do with the kids this Valentine’s Day? Kit2Eat offers a number of chocolate-making kits that adults and kids can do together including DIY chocolate bombs, chocolate stirring spoons and more.
Valentine’s Day meals and desserts
With the pandemic limiting in-person dining options in 2021, perhaps you want to consider dining at home instead.
Omaha Steaks is currently offering $25 off on some orders. Their Sweetheart Surf & Turf meal features four filets, Maine lobster tail halves, multiple sides and dessert for $169.99. They also offer a Classic Valentine’s dinner option with multiple steak and sides options you can customize for $159.99.
See all of Omaha Steaks’ Valentine meal options.
Wine.com is currently offering new customers 20% off on a $100+ purchase with code NEW2021.
Among the more interesting options they are offering for Valentine’s Day this year: A carrying case featuring a bottle of sparkling wine and two champagne flutes, on sale for $69.99 (see photo above); A 90 point red and white wine gift set, on sale for $109.99; See all of Wine.com’s Valentine’s Day varietals.
Certainly, no Valentine’s Day meal is complete without dessert. At Cheryl’s Cookies, get 10% off your first order when you sign up for their mailing list.
A gift box of Cheryl’s traditional buttercream-frosted cookies is available now for $39.99. They also offer chocolate-covered cookies for $29.99 and caramel fudge brownies for $24.99.
Check out all of Cheryl’s Valentine’s cookie options.
Looking for something different? Consider some of the options from SingForHope including musical valentines, dance and singing lessons and many more options all provided by Broadway talents.