• $25 for 2 $25 vouchers good toward any arrangement ($50 value)
• Vouchers must be used on separate orders
• Delivery not included
• Easy call-in ordering at 513-697-8400 (Cincinnati) or 859-727-9222 (Kentucky)
• Must call 24 hours in advance to guarantee order
• Cannot be redeemed December 17-December 24
• PROMOTION EXPIRES January 31, 2013
FruitFlowers combine the thoughtfulness of a flower bouquet with the tastiness of fresh fruit or veggies. Get 50% off these beautiful gifts with today’s deal from FruitFlowers: $25 for $50 worth of beautiful bouquets. You will receive two $25 vouchers to be used separately, allowing you to save on two orders. DealChicken highly recommends the Fall Floral Fruit arrangement, featuring honeydew, cantaloupe, kiwi, strawberries, pineapples and grapes. And the Grand Veggie Vantasia with cauliflower, broccoli, snow peas, cherry tomatoes, radishes, carrots, peppers, cucumber and turnip “daisies.” Both make excellent gifts.
Located on Fields Ertel Road in Loveland, FruitFlowers creates healthy, beautiful arrangements for pickup or delivery Monday through Saturday. These bouquets are seen everywhere from hospital rooms to conference tables to kitchen counters.
$25 for (2) $25 vouchers good toward any arrangement ($50 value)
- May purchase one voucher per person. Customer will receive two $25 vouchers which cannot be used together. Please call in your order at 513-697-8400 in Cincinnati or 859-727-9222 in Ky. Delivery not included. Please call 24 hours in advance to place order. Valid only at Fields Ertel Road location. Cannot be redeemed Dec 17 through Dec 24. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. One voucher per redemption. Not valid on tax. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
- The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
Susan Ellman and Ellen Davis started FruitFlowers in 1984. Today they have locations in nine states and continue to expand.