The Top 8 Online Flower Delivery Services To Suit Your Low Budget

Flowers used to be the prettiest way of apologising to your partner. Now, they mean so much more.

They’re the leafiest apology, the most scent-sational ‘I miss you’, the most colourful ‘I love you’ and the brightest ‘happy birthday’ you can send anyone.

Flower delivery services are also the fastest way to sort out a missed (or last-minute) gift idea and make it seem like you spent loads of money and were really thoughtful. We’ve all been there and there’s no shame.

Flower delivery services stepped up a gear during lockdown and made this floral gesture a new normal that is reliable, affordable and good quality.

If you want to send your mates or family members a different pressie this year, we’ve picked the best of the bunch for you.

Interflora

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The OG in flower delivery. This bad boy has been around for years, probably since dial-up if you’re old enough to know what that is.

Interflora is a UK wide flower delivery service that champions local suppliers. It might be a bit more on the pricey side, but Interflora certainly has the reputation to back it up.

Over the years the company has developed more sustainable practices such as eco packing and seasonal flowers to keep it firmly up there on our list of recommendations.

With regular savings and a 10% student discount with your Student Beans account, Interflora makes your next present to a special someone look like a winner.

Thortful

flower delivery service

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The UK’s best independent greeting card shop has got a flowery delivery option too! Thortful’s creatives have always had their fingers on the pulse of the best cultural references and now they have the gifts to match.

OK, it may not be an award-winning variety, but it does the job and will delight your mates and family.

Student-friendly prices matched with good quality flowers and next day delivery make Thortful a must-try for your next flower delivery.

Home Bargains

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Who doesn’t love Home Bargains? From alcohol no one has ever heard of. to discounted Palmolive soap, we really didn’t need any more reasons to love good old HB.

But it has given us another! Now doing a flower delivery service, there really is no real reason to shop anywhere else.

Acutely aware that you won’t want to give away how tight you are, Home Bargains promises not to print its name on the box.

Don’t worry though, the cheap price doesn’t affect the quality of your bouquet.

The selection may be slightly smaller than other flower delivery services on this list but there’s still plenty to choose from, including a snazzy range of house plants.

Complete with next day delivery, why not give this flower delivery service a try for your next present idea? We won’t tell if you won’t.

eFlorist

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eFlorist is a colourful wonderland of bouquets. Bunches of choice for all occasions, your next present idea is sorted with this flower delivery service.

The prices are already pretty student-friendly without the massive savings they currently have, which include up to 55% off on selected bouquets and FREE

Belgian chocolates with certain orders. Boasting a 7-day freshness guarantee, there is no reason not to give eFlorist a try.

When you use your Student Beans account, it also unlocks a handy 15% off student discount.

Bloom & Wild

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If you want discounts and letterbox friendly flowers (yep – flowers that slide through your original DMs) then Bloom & Wild is the delivery service for you.

Subtle neutral tones, vintage vibes and local feel make this flower delivery service the most grammable of the bunch.

As students, you get discounts anyway but there’s also a 20% off your order offer that’s live at the moment! You’ll need to check if you can use both discounts at the same time.

Bloom & Wild also has a super user-friendly app allowing you to send blooms in seconds and track them in real-time.

Complete with occasion reminders and recyclable packaging, this flower delivery service is disrupting the whole market and makes for an amazing present idea.

Moonpig

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The granddaddy of personalised cards, Moonpig also does gifts including flowers. Whilst there aren’t any student discounts, the prices are still very student-friendly.

Choose from seasonal arrangements to small token bunches with maximum impact.

There is something for everyone so you should definitely check it out.

With next day delivery available on many flowers, this is certainly not one to miss.

Lovely Flora World

lovely flora world flower delivery service

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Are you someone who loves deals, deals and more deals? Then Lovely Flora World is the flower delivery service you need.

Great reviews coupled with half-price offers or slashed prices on colourful bouquets means your next present idea will make someone think you really care without splashing the cash.

Flowers & Plants Co

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Another delivery service with massive discounts! Flowers & Plants Co gives you a 20% student discount on all its flowers with your Student Beans account.

Giving you present ideas for all occasions, you can expect same-day delivery if you’re in London and next day delivery if you’re anywhere else in the UK.

With loyalty programmes and flower subscriptions, Flowers & Plants Co does have it all. It also has a great house plant selection if you want to give a present that lasts.

So, there you have it. Eight flower delivery services that won’t break the bank and will make you seem like a super thoughtful friend and family member. These flower delivery services also do cool house plants at affordable prices so don’t be shy and treat yourself! They make excellent room décor and if you need any other tips on decorating on a budget, check out our blog here.

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