Huge Valentine's Day flowers sale gives you up to 30% off, plus FREE delivery on the big day

Serenata Flowers may has a great Valentine's Day flowers offer – including money off a dozen red roses

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Online flower delivery company Serenata has Valentine's Day covered with some big savings on some of its most beautiful flower bouquets.

Valentine's Day flowers are always a winner when it comes to showing your nearest and dearest your affection, and your mission to find the perfect bouquet can end right here, right now because Serenata has slashed up to 30% off its flowers (opens in new tab).

The flower delivery service can cater to pretty much any budget, with prices starting from just £19.99 (opens in new tab) and going all the way up to £100. Plus, you don't need to worry about hidden charges on your floral Valentine's Day gift (opens in new tab): all Serenata's Valentine's Day flowers come with absolutely FREE DELIVERY. 

If you've not heard of Serenata Flowers, then you'll be buoyed to see that it scores well on the likes of TrustPilot. But it does advise that you order early to ensure Valentine's Day delivery. The last chance to place your order is 7pm on Thursday, 13 February, although we'd suggest you get in there well before that to beat the rush.

So now it's just about deciding which Valentine's Day flowers to choose. You can either head straight to the Serenata Flowers website (opens in new tab) to browse the full selection, or check out five of T3's stand-out favorites below.

5 of our fave Valentine's Day flowers from Serenata

Precious Pink rose bouquet: £19.99 | Serenata (opens in new tab)
Just want to pay as little as possible for this year's Valentine's Day flowers? Hey...we're not judging! It doesn't mean you have to compromise on quality, as demonstrated by this really fetching bunch of 12 pink roses. Simple, straightforward, but still stunning. Or check out the service's other budget flowers (opens in new tab).

Dozen Red Roses bouquet: £30 £24.99 | Serenata (opens in new tab)
This is the one for the classic romantics. The clue's in the name...'A Dozen Red Roses'. Inevitably one of the most popular purchases at this time of year, but Serenata has still managed to come good with a discount - a fiver off the usual price.

Floral Ratatouille bouquet: £40 £29.99 | Serenata (opens in new tab)
Forget the rather...odd name, and focus instead on both the beauty of the bouquet and size of the discount. Packing in a total of 23 individual blooms (including roses, irises, rhododendrons and asters), there's a 25% saving for Valentine's Day 2020.

Peace bouquet: £50 £34.99 | Serenata (opens in new tab)
For the non-traditionalists among you, we present the Peace bouquet. It's got a bit of a Miss Hinch vibe, with neutral colours that will look good in any beloved's living room. White waxflowers, lisianthus and freesias are all included - as is that free delivery and a hefty 30% discount.

Mona Lisa bouquet: £99.99 | Serenata (opens in new tab)
Ready to go all out to impress? Then what about the Mona Lisa bouquet and its 33 premium posies? This really is the crème de la crème of Serenata's range. Alas, no discount on this one, but nobody ever said that true love came cheap...

What else does Serenata Flowers offer for Valentine's?

Flowers not enough for your precious one? We get it...they deserve even more.

Once you've chosen the perfect Valentine's Day flowers, you can then go about adding extras. There are a few different vases to choose from for a start, ranging from £5.99 to a tenner. They also offer small toys like a teddy bear for £4.99, or boxes of delicious looking chocolates. 

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Adam Marshall

Adam is the Content Director of Subscriptions and Services at Future, meaning that he oversees many of the articles the publisher produces about antivirus software, VPN, TV streaming, broadband and mobile phone contracts - from buying guides and deals news, to industry interest pieces and reviews. Leading and developing a great team, Adam can still be seen dusting his keyboard off to write articles for the likes of TechRadar, T3 and Tom's Guide, having started his career at consumer champions Which?.