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Cards, chocolates, fancy dinners—you could get your mom a lot of different things this Mother’s Day, but few things win over fresh flowers. Check out the Teleflora Mother’s Day flowers special and show mom why you’re her favorite child.
Teleflora works with local florists to send beautiful, handcrafted bouquets with fast, reliable delivery. Each Teleflora arrangement is made by hand and delivered in a vase, ready to be enjoyed immediately. You can shop by flower type, or check out helpful guides on their website.
Early gift shoppers get the bonus of not scrambling for last-minute drugstore flowers, but even more importantly, a sweet discount. The Teleflora Mother’s Day special gives you $40 of store credit for $20. A $40 bouquet for half off? Not bad. Just don’t tell mom you took the discount.
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