DEAL OF THE DAY: Moonpig is offering free cards on all gifts & flowers for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is happening soon and the day of love is the perfect time to show someone appreciation with a gift. Cards are always one of the most gifted items and a sweet way to write a personal message.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Moonpig is offering shoppers a deal where they can get free cards on all flowers and gifts with the code LOVE.

All items are also available with next day or nominated day delivery so you can get it just in time for February 14.

Available now until Saturday February 11, hurry to redeem the offer and shop Moonpig’s extensive assortment of gifts and flowers.

In addition, the site launched its most romantic range of flowers to date today.

If you really want to impress, shoppers can now send a bouquet of Everlasting Roses, which is a luxurious arrangement of 14 red roses in a heart-shaped gift box and priced at £120.

But don’t worry about having to splash out, there are plenty of bargain options include a letterbox-friendly gift set that features a red rose and chocolate bar for £20.

You can also find special gift sets that include a bouquet of flowers and chocolates, Prosecco and more, which is perfect

Most flowers are available for delivery from Monday February 6, onwards and customers can schedule delivery for before or on Valentine’s Day.

From tongue-in-cheek funny to cute and romantic, there are hundreds of cards to choose from that are suitable for all loved ones.

Recently, Moonpig launched a hilarious Prince Harry-themed Valentine’s Day card which has got plenty of attention from shoppers and is set to be a bestseller.

The viral card reads; ‘Roses are red, violets are blue, I’d leave the royal family for you’.

There’s also a Valentine’s Day card inspired by BBC TV Show The Traitors and is perfect for any fan of the show.

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