Every year, we rush to the mall to spoil our loved ones with overpriced flowers and gifts for Valentine’s Day. We want to make our partner feel special – but when money is tight, it can be the most stressful and expensive time of the year.
Fortunately, there’s Honey.
If you don’t know, Honey is a free browser extension that automatically finds every working coupon on the Internet. It instantly applies the discount at checkout, so you get the best deal on your order, without leaving the couch!
The best part is that Honey can find you hidden discounts on gifts like flowers, jewelry, and all-day spa passes, so you don’t break the bank.
This is how easy it was for me to save on 1-800-Flowers:
$40.51 saved? Not bad, considering all I had to do was click once.
Here's how you can save this Valentine’s Day: First, add Honey to your browser for free. You'll see a little "h" button appear in your toolbar.
When you're ready to check out, click that button and Honey will test every code for you. It's oddly satisfying to see the codes stream by, and even more satisfying to look at your cart total drop.
Here's a pro tip: Honey works on Groupon to get you double the savings. Thanks to Honey, I was able to save an additional 25% off an already discounted couple's massage:
Even if a store doesn't have existing codes available, you’ll still earn points every time you use the app. You can then redeem these points for gift cards at thousands of your favorite stores – it’s like getting paid to shop!
You can use this handy tool at over 37,000+ stores, including Valentine's Day favorites like ProFlowers, Teleflora, The Bouqs, Edible Arrangements, Macy's, Kay Jewelers, and Victoria's Secret. Also, yes, it works on Amazon too (including Prime!), for you super last minute shoppers.
Stop overpaying on that perfect gift – add Honey to your browser now!