Looking for a last-minute Valentine’s Day gift? If you missed out on our best Valentine’s Day gift guide, don’t panic just yet. Flowers are a great way to show your love for Valentine’s Day (or Galentine’s Day), and you can have them delivered in time for the big day.
Door Dash, for example, offers same-day delivery on Valentine’s Day flowers from thousands of local and national florists, but if that’s not sweet enough, you can also get them on sale! From now until Feb. 16, shoppers can enjoy 40% off flower orders with code: VDAY40 (up to $25 off). Door Dash is also offering 40% off select retail gifts, décor and more for Valentine’s Day (up to $25 off) from now until Feb. 16 (use code: ANYTHING40) and if you feel like pampering yourself, pick up a Self-Love Bouquet for Valentine’s Day.
If food is your one true love, you’ll find a number of local restaurants, franchises, coffee shops, bakeries and more on delivery apps along with wine, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks.
From heart-shaped pizzas to heart-shaped donuts, delectable cakes, cookies and chocolates, delivery apps have you covered for Valentine’s Day. Besides Door Dash, Postmates, Grub Hub, Uber Eats and Instacart are offering Valentine’s Day delivery options as well (visit Instacart’s Gifts Hub for gift ideas ranging from affordable flower bouquets, candies and more). You can also try flower delivery companies like Pro Flowers (the limited-edition Whitney Houston bouquet sold out already, but there are several other Valentine’s Day bouquets to shop), 1-800-Flowers and FTD.com for bouquets, balloons, teddy bears, etc.
For jewelry, clothing and other gift options, major retailers like Macy’s, Nordstrom, Target, Kohl’s and Walmart provide in-store pickup (usually within about two hours after placing an order online) and Amazon Prime members get free same-day and one-day shipping on millions of items.
Where to Stream Valentine’s Day Movies Online
Because Valentine’s Day doubles as “single’s awareness day,” spending time alone doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself. Whether you’re spending V-Day alone of with someone special, romantic comedies are required viewing for Valentine’s Day. Find classic and newly released rom-coms such as When Harry Met Sally, While You Were Sleeping, My Best Friend’s Wedding, Somebody I Used to Know, Shotgun Wedding, The Best Man (and The Best Man: The Final Chapters, Bridget Jones’s Diary, The Wedding Singer, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Sweet Home Alabama, Brown Sugar, Marry Me, Hitch and other bingeworthy movies on Amazon Prime Video, Peacock, Hulu, HBO Max, Starz, Paramount+ and other streaming platforms many of which already have lists curated for Valentine’s Day.
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