Expired: $19.99 2 Dozen Whole Trade Roses

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Amazon offers 2 Dozen Whole Trade Roses for $19.99. An easy way for Prime members to win Valentine’s Day this year: 20% off two dozen Whole Trade Roses! At Whole Foods Market stores.

Prime members can use this coupon to get the special price of $19.99.

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