Aldi is selling a dozen red roses for just £3.99 this Valentine’s Day

Red roses are pretty much synonymous with romance, which is why shops and supermarkets are always full to the brim with bouquets and single stems in the run-up to Valentine’s Day.

And this year, you don’t need to be an A-lister or an influencer on Instagram to get those huge, multi-stem spherical bouquets arranged beautifully in a vase. You know the ones we’re talking about – and they usually cost much more than we’d be willing to spend on flowers.

That’s why Aldi is bringing out a range of affordable fresh flowers just in time for Valentine’s Day, whether you’re picking up a bunch for a loved one or would like to drop some not-so-subtle hints to your significant other…

Aldi Valentine’s Day offering:

dozen red roses

Dozen Red Roses, £3.99, Aldi (in-store only)

Aldi is selling the cheapest supermarket dozen red roses this Valentine’s Day. At £3.99, shoppers will save a huge 84 per cent compared to Waitrose’s dozen red roses, which are £25.

roses are red bouquet

Roses Are Red Bouquet, £13.99, Aldi (in-store only)

For something a bit more show-stopping, Aldi’s Roses Are Red bouquet consists of 50 stunning red roses finished with sprigs of premium god Gypsophila. It’s sure to impress, and not just because it’s more than £30 cheaper that Waitrose’s matching 50-stem bouquet that costs £45.

one in a million bouquet

One In A Million Bouquet, £19.99, Aldi (in-store only)

A mix of white and red roses makes for a super luxe bouquet.

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Shades Of Love Gift Bag, £12.99, Aldi (in-store only)

Not a fan of red? These pink roses are the perfect pick for your loved one.

Our advice? Get to your local Aldi store early, as experience tells us that when the affordable grocery chain launches limited edition Specialbuys, they don’t tend to stick around for long. All of the Aldi Valentine’s Day bouquets will be available in stores from 11 and 12 February.

Of course, if sustainability is top of mind, then there are more eco-friendly choices you can make than roses, which are normally imported from abroad. Click here for alternative flowers to give.