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FLEURS DE PARIS

£50, £100 or £200 Toward Online Orders at Fleurs De Paris (Up to 51% Off)

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Customers can receive up to £200 to spend on online orders at Fleurs De Paris including a broad variety of rose flower arrangements

About This Deal

After purchasing this deal, you'll need to visit the website listed on your voucher to complete redemption.

  • What’s included: £50, £100 or £200 to spend on online orders at Fleurs De Paris
  • Handmade, preserved rose flower arrangements available in a variety of colors and sizes
  • Greeting card on request
  • Valid on the complete assortment, including reduced items
  • Shipping not included

£9.95 surcharge for shipping.

Need To Know

Dear customer, following the implementation of restrictive measures by the UK government aimed to contain the spread of Covid-19 (also known as Coronavirus), deliveries may suffer delays throughout the United Kingdom.

Validity: Expires 15 Apr 2022.
Purchase: Limit 1 per order/household, may buy 19 additional as gifts.
Redemption: Redemption required online, click here to redeem; enter Groupon codes into the coupon code field at the checkout. No cancellations.
Restrictions: Delivery not included and costs £9.95. Delivery time: 2-4 working days. No delivery on weekends and holidays. Shipping is charged per voucher and multiple vouchers cannot be combined on orders. Voucher is valid on the complete assortment, including reduced articles. Remaining credit will be issued in the form of a new voucher. Voucher is transferable. For further information see FAQ and T&C. Customer service available here. Valid on option purchased only.

About FLEURS DE PARIS

Founded in Berlin, in 2016 by Viktoria and Christian Frister, FLEURS DE PARIS offers a wide selection of preserved rose floral arrangementscrafted in a French design. Customers can choose from various collections including long-stemmed roses, wedding bouquets and scented candles. In addition to their online shop, the company also operates in stores in Germany, Austria and at Harrods in London.