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Choosing the right Mother’s Day gift isn’t always easy, but it’s hard to go wrong with flowers. Thanks to an ever-growing selection of online floral delivery services, making sure Mom or the mother figure in your life gets a bouquet on time is easier than ever. This year Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 12, but you don’t need to wait until the last minute to order flowers. Take advantage of these current deals and schedule ahead for May 12 delivery. We’ve rounded up the best deals available on flowers, plus we’ve included some of our favorite places to shop for plants online, in case she’s more of a houseplant or orchid person. Keep an eye on this article as we’ll keep it up to date. We’re anticipating even more deals as we approach the date. 

BloomsyBox

Bloomsybox offers individual bouquets as well as flower subscription services in which customers can get fresh floral arrangements from sustainable farms, delivered weekly, bi-weekly or monthly on a three- or six-month subscription plan. Among their signature collections is a sophisticated collaboration with the New York Botanical Gardens. You can also save 20% on your first subscription service. 

Bloomsybox has select bouquets on sale on a rotating basis, where you can save as much as $10 off popular arrangements. Currently, you can preorder for delivery up to May 11, however, there is a delivery surcharge of $20 for bouquets delivered on May 11. 

Bloomsybox also has an Amazon storefront where flower arrangements and subscription services can be purchased, although the selection isn’t as extensive as directly on the Bloomsybox website, it’s an easy way to shop for flowers for a mom.

Bouqs

The Bouqs has a reputation for quickly delivering a diverse array of high-quality flowers. Currently, you can save 25% sitewide with the promo code: FLOWER.

Each week they release a deal of the week that showcases a gorgeous bouquet, usually discounted by 20%. For example, right now, the deal is for Picnic, a cheerful arrangement that is down to just $60, saving you $14. The Bouqs Co. also offers fresh flower subscriptions, starting at $44 per month, which will save you about 30% off per bouquet versus a one-time purchase price. 

You can order now and schedule for delivery May 11, but it will cost you an extra $12 on top of the regular deliver fee. 

1-800-Flowers

Dubbed as the most affordable flower delivery by our CNET reviewers, 1-800 Flowers has been in the game for years with its reputation staked on floral delivery. It offers one of the widest delivery areas available, and there is a constant rotation of flowers on sale. Right now, they are having a tulip festival where select tulip arrangements are up to 30% off. In addition, a number of arrangements are up to $10 off. You can also save 15% if you sign up for flower subscription services. 

Right now, delivery services are available for May 11 for a $15 additional delivery fee. 

UrbanStems

UrbanStems offers stylish, modern arrangements of high-quality flowers, and right now there are dozens of those chic arrangements on sale. You can save anywhere from $5 to $61 off, depending on which you choose. Plus, many arrangements qualify for overnight or even same-day shipping. 

Use the offer code SPRINGTIME to save 20% off sitewide now through Mar. 21. 

Currently, you can schedule flower delivery only through the end of April. 

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Choose from a huge selection of Mother’s Day arrangments at From You Flowers, and thanks to a promo code automatically applied at checkout, you’ll save 10% on your order. There are several different unique bouquets discounted. Plus, you can choose May 11 or May 12 as delivery dates, with May 12 having a modest additional $3 delivery fee. 

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ProFlowers has a huge selection of flower bouquets at a wide variety of price points, so even if you’re on a budget, you can find something affordable to send. They also have a 15% sitewide discount right now with a promo code automatically applied at checkout. 

You can currently order for any date leading up to, and including, Mother’s Day. 

Farmgirl Flowers

FarmGirl Flowers offers sustainably grown flowers sourced from as many local, US-based farms as possible. It always offer a deal of the day or week, which can bring its signature burlap-wrapped bouquets for up to 20% off. The current offer code is NAILEDIT. First-timers can sign up to get 15% off their first order. 

Most flowers can be ordered for delivery through May 3, but we expect the following week to be available for scheduling soon. 

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Right now, you can save 20% sitewide thanks to the promo code UPSELL20PDP, which must be entered at checkout. Teleflora also has a rotating deal of the day where the biggest savings can be found: a $50 bouquet is just $40, and the same bouquet’s $200 version is just $160. 

There is already a huge array of Mother’s Day arrangments on offer, and delivery is available, including Mother’s Day (May 12). 

The Sill

The Sill is one of our favorite places to shop for plants online, and it’s known for high-quality plants, including ferns, orchids, tropical houseplants and more. Select plants, like this pink anthurium, are on sale for 25% off. Unlike with most floral delivery services you can’t arrange a specific delivery date, though. 

Other online flower delivery services 

  • FTD doesn’t currently have any straightforward discounts, but it’s known for fast delivery, and new customers can save 20% on their first order. You can schedule now up until May 12 (deliveries on Saturdays and Sundays have a higher fee). 
  • Bloomscape has some of the finest plant quality online including gorgeous orchids but rarely puts plants on sale. They’re celebrating their birthday, though, so you can get 25% off plants with code BDAY25 at checkout. Plus, new customers can save $20 on their first order. It does currently have some tools and accessories on sale.
  • Easyplant sells houseplants that come in convenient self-watering pots, making the care easier for mom. Currently, you can save on their collections, which include anywhere from two to seven plants in a bundle. As with Bloomscape, you can’t specify a delivery date. 
  • Floom is an online flower delivery service that connects customers with local florists, cutting down on delivery time and assuring some of the freshest flowers available. It doesn’t have any straightforward discounts at this time, but for quality and fast delivery, it’s a great choice. We’ll keep our eyes out for discounts and update this space. 
  • Plants.com sells houseplants, orchids, and even mini-roses, and right now you can get several of the most popular plants for up to 30% off. While you can’t specify a delivery date, you can still get Mom a thoughtful, healthy plant for a discount. 
  • If Mom has a green thumb, you can treat her to a six-month plant subscription from Horti. While you won’t get a straightforward discount, you do save over the cost of buying plants individually, and first-time customers can sign up to receive 10% off the first month. 
  • If your mom has a succulent obsession, right now at Leaf & Clay, you can save 20% with the code BYEWINTER at checkout to save 20%. You can’t specify a delivery date, but you can find some rare succulents at a great price. 

What day is Mother’s Day in 2024? 

In 2024, Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 12. 

What is the best online flower delivery service?

The best online flower delivery services offer two main things: beautiful, fresh flowers and reliable, fast delivery. Our team of reviewers tested a number of popular online floral delivery services and felt that The Bouqs Co.has the best overall selection of flowers. It ranked 1-800 Flowers as best budget and Bloomsybox for best flower subscription. 

How soon should I order flowers online before Mother’s Day? 

Nearly every flower delivery service on this list has a form of overnight delivery, with some even offering same-day services, but it can cost you. To avoid high delivery fees, try to order flowers at least one week before the big event. Additionally, when shopping for flowers keep in mind that rural addresses may not qualify for same or next-day delivery. If you’re able, you can shop anytime and arrange for advance delivery. We’ve noted in this article if Mother’s Day delivery is available yet. 

Will my flowers arrive in time for Mother’s Day? 

With enough advance notice or expedited delivery, flowers ordered online should arrive in time for delivery. However, keep in mind that most floral delivery services can’t guarantee a delivery time, especially for weekends and big holidays. For this reason, it may be a good idea to have them arrive the Friday or Saturday before Mother’s Day. Weekend and holiday delivery fees are often more expensive, so you’ll also save a little cash by doing this. 

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