Bouquets on a budget: 8 cheap places to order flowers online for Valentine's Day

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We all want to show our love to that special person on Valentine’s, but there’s a cost of living crisis on the go, so these displays of affection need to be affordable.

Thankfully, you don’t need to blow your budget on a bouquet – as long as you know where to look.

There are a number of florists across the UK who’ll deliver stunning flowers to your loved one’s door, with arrangements starting from around the £10 mark.

By opting for letterbox flowers, you can save even more on delivery fees, plus you won’t need to worry about your gift recipient being home for the courier.

So to say a lot without spending a lot, check out these flower delivery services that are perfect for a purse-friendly Valentine’s.


You may think of Amazon as the place to go for books and household essentials, but there’s also flowers that can be delivered throughout the UK within a day.

Bouquets start from around £17, with red roses for under £20 and a range of boxed arrangements available.

Shop flowers for delivery on Amazon.


There’s loads to choose from at eFlorist, with letterbox bouquets starting at just £10.99.

The site holds regular promotions, with a variety of bunches now £10 off and with a free box of chocolates.

Shop cheap flowers for delivery at eFlorist.

Prestige Flowers

Courier delivered blooms can be purchased from Prestige Flowers, with prices starting at £19.99.

With an average rating of 4.5 stars from over 259,000 reviews, you can be safe in the knowledge your flowers are in safe hands.

Shop flowers for delivery at Prestige Flowers.


Choose from Teleflorist’s range of flowers at under £30 this Valentine’s, with everything from traditional roses to sweetpeas on offer.

Everything’s available for next day delivery, with £10 off and free chocolates on a number of products.

Shop flowers under £30 at Teleflorist.

Home Bargains

You may not know, but discount store Home Bargains has an online florist service.

An alstroemeria bouquet will set you back just £10.99, and you’ll get free delivery on all orders. They also sell potted plants if cut stems aren’t your loved one’s thing.

Shop budget flowers for delivery at Home Bargains.


Another home store making a foray into the world of flowers is B&M, with floral arrangements starting at around £10.99.

Delivery is free, and you can choose from the retailer’s small range of arrangements.

Shop flowers for delivery at B&M.

Flying Flowers

Flying Flowers is a perfect option if time isn’t on your side, with next day delivery available on many of the brand’s blooms.

Prices start from £24 for letterbox bouquets, with courier-delivered bunches fro £25. You can also use the code FREECHOCS to get sweet treats included too.

Shop flowers for delivery at Flying Flowers.

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