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ProFlowers - Use a local florist instead for a bigger WOW factor.

Although I rarely order flowers for my wife, I decided to do so this Valentine's day after hearing about Proflower's specials on the radio. Usually I'd called a local florist who are near my wife's place of employment and they would deliver them....great. With Proflowers I thought I'd get a better deal... but by the time you add shipping, and pay their "care and handling" fee, I ended up paying just as much as I would pay locally...and that was with delivery 4 days before the holiday! Holiday delivery fees were much higher. (And there's no way I'm going to join some buying club just to get a rebate on the shipping fee.) Anyway, I ordered them on Monday for Thursday delivery. They were not delivered until Friday via Fedex. (The local florist would always deliver on the scheduled day). Flowers were delivered in a cardboard box... not the most attractive presentation (and a far cry from the beautiful presentation the local florist provides). And the flowers were not yet open. Proflowers likes to advertise that by shipping the flowers before they open, they last longer. Maybe true, but do you think my wife was proudly showing off a bunch of unopened buds to her coworkers? She just left them in the box and brought them home. (By way of contrast, the local florist would deliver a fresh flower arrangement that look beautiful from day one). In conclusion, Proflowers didn't provide the bargain the advertisements promised... even with the "special offer code." I will not use them again, but stick with a local florist, so future deliveries will have that WOW factor you pay for. Unopened flowers delivered a day late in a cardboard box... no thanks.
Maynard, Massachusetts
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Proflowers Arrangement
#171506
I ordered flowers well before valentines day at price of 29.99 and added a card for 1.99. I was curious to why i had never seen a dollar amount of these items. My credit card was not billed until the day of delivery and when I seen the charge it was for $96. When i...
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Anonymous
I AGREE!

These clowes run national ads knowing the inventory was bogus. I have several friends in different geography\'s who said the national ad special was \"out\". And a $15 deliv...

Harmony, Pennsylvania
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Proflowers Arrangement
#171429
I ordered the Christmas Tree Lights Roses Arrangement..Arrived as buds and 85% of them did'nt open..I was so embarrassed as this was a Christmas Gift to my Sister..their solution was a 10% off discount coupon on my next purchase..are they kidding me? a whopping 10%...
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mjb
mjb

You should always use a local florist! Do a little research and find a reputable in the area that you are sending to and call them directly. The large internet flower sites ...

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Sabrina

So true, they also add lot of hidden charges. Luckily after a couple of bad experiences with proflowers and the likes, I have now switched to Flora2000. It does not have any h...

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Proflowers Arrangement
#167220

No Bloom for ProFlowers

I ordered "fresh" roses to be deliveres to MOM for Mother's Day. Be aware: #1. If I had wanted them delivered in a box (via UPS with the vase seperate for Mom to "arrange herself" at her job and "just add water"), I would have purchaed elsewhere and brought them to her myself. #2. Since when did UPS or FedEx start using "refrigerated" trucks to deliver "fresh" flowers??......They don't. If I had known they would have been in a box in the back of a HOT truck in Houston, TX, I wouldn't have given them my money. #3. You are required to give all credit card/billing information before getting the total amount due. After selecting the rose "special" (advertised from internet to radio to TV) for $19.99, upon "checkout", this company still charges the "regular" price of $29.99 no matter what. NICE flagrant bait and switch!!! Next time I'll be sure to stick with my local florist for all my future floral needs. For the amount of $$$ we pay for fresh-cut flowers, taking the time to make a phone call to your local florist will result in a more personal, FRESH, flower delivery for my Mom, wife, girlfriend, etc. Thanks but NO THANKS to a "get-rich" on-line flower supplier.
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Proflowers Arrangement
#148539
How dare Proflowers make the following statement "flowers delivered fresher than from florists." This statement has no credibility when in fact Proflowers is not even a florist!!! They are merely hired, noneducated phone order gatherers!! Yeah, fresher...
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Caroline

Hello, My name is Caroline and I am the Special Programs Associate here at ProFlowers. I would like to sincerely apologize for any confusion that you may have had with our ...

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#136566