Whole Foods Valentine’s Day offers include a big discount on roses for Prime members, and ‘Gourmet Date for Good’ live virtual cooking experiences.
Make Whole Foods Market your one-stop shop for an affordable Valentine’s Day in 2021! You can even get all the deals without leaving your house if you’re within the delivery area!
Whole Foods Valentine Roses
Amazon Prime members get a special deal on roses for their love!
From Feb. 10 to 16, you can buy two dozen Whole Trade Guarantee roses for $19.99 — while supplies last. This discounted price is open to Amazon Prime members only. Offer applies to single-, multi- and rainbow-colored, 24-stem bunches
You can pick up the roses in store, or Prime Members can select a two-hour delivery window from Whole Foods Market (where available), or free one-hour pickup from Whole Foods Market. Limit 10 units per customer, valid in-store purchases only. Same day or next day delivery may not be available, so shop early for preferred delivery time slot.
See other Valentine’s options, including chocolates, snacks, and candy on sale via Prime or in-store!
Whole Foods Gourmet Date for Good
Cooking together can be a fun and unique experience for couples (or Galentine’s!). Gourmet Date for Good is a series of three virtual live cook-along events to celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend at home. Organized by Whole Foods Market and hosted by comedian Heather McMahan, actress Tabitha Brown and comedian Matt Bellassai, each event is designed for a different love-themed occasion, including Galentine’s Day on Feb. 13, Valentine’s Day on Feb. 14 and Singles Awareness Day on Feb. 15.
Each cooking date will last 30-45 minutes and includes real-time Q&A with hosts. It’s a great alternative for dining out or ordering in, and it still supports the restaurant industry.
To receive your ticket link, make a donation through Eventbrite to benefit the Independent Restaurant Coalition. This grassroots organization formed by chefs and independent restaurant owners advocates for the nation’s 500,000 local restaurants and bars affected by COVID-19. Whole Foods Market will be making an additional contribution to the cause, matching all ticket donations up to $50,000.
Your donation for tickets unlocks access to a list of ingredients to purchase prior to the live event to cook, bake and even sip along.
“Gourmet Date for Good” Themes
Saturday, Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. ET: Galentine’s Day
Ready to laugh the night away with your pals, virtually? Comedian, actress and regular “TODAY with Hoda & Jenna” cohost Heather McMahan (@heatherkmcmahan) will join her mom, Robin, and her sister, Ashley, in the kitchen while showing you how to make their steak crostini with basil vinaigrette sauce to tickle your taste buds.
Sunday, Feb. 14 at 8 p.m. ET: Valentine’s Day
On the most popular date night of the year, grab your honey and join actress and vegan lifestyle personality Tabitha Brown (@iamtabithabrown) and her husband, Chance, in making vallops – yes, vegan scallops, combined with her herbaceous vegan butter and Whole Foods Market Hearts of Palm pasta, or your noodle of choice.
Monday, Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. ET: Singles Awareness Day
You can’t celebrate being single without dessert … for one! Join author, podcast host, unprofessional baker extraordinaire and comedian Matt Bellassai (@mattbellassai) in making chocolate lava cake, the one dessert everybody feels pressure to share but secretly wants to inhale alone.
Looking for more Valentine’s Day fun? See our lists of Valentine’s Day dates and gift ideas, and our Valentine’s Day Restaurant Deals.