Nothing says springtime like a bouquet of cheerful tulips, and Whole Foods has a deal this week that could save money for you and/or Mom.
From May 4 to 10, the grocery store is selling a 15-stem bunch of tulips for just $9.99 at participating locations — reg. $15.99. (That makes each stem just 66 cents.) The deal is exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
It’s rare to find a great deal on them this time of year because of their popularity. However, Whole Foods Market is brightening up the season with a big, colorful sale.
We did not realize it until now, but Whole Foods is really into tulips. Their website provides a guide to the traditional meaning of each color tulip. Want more tulip info? Here’s their guide to the care of tulips.
The tulips fall under Whole Foods Sourced for Good program, which the market says supports workers, communities and the environment.
Whole Foods Market also has floral wrapping stations on-site to add a special touch to your bouquet before giving it to Mom.
Thank you to our partners at Living on the Cheap for alerting us to this savings.