10 Valentine’s Day Gifts You Can Have Delivered
Forget last-minute bouquets from the supermarket—get your significant other one of these great gifts that can be delivered straight to their door.
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Classic! You can call the local florist, or place an order on Amazon. From elaborate red rose bouquets ($160) to elegant lilies ($41), just about any bloom can be delivered to your love’s doorstep—all with the added benefit of that sweet two-day Prime delivery.
Have a sweetheart without a sweet tooth? Forgo chocolate altogether and get something you know they’ll appreciate—like this sampler from Tea Drops ($36) that features 25 different types of tea. It’s perfect for tea drinkers who love a homemade brew. Find more gifts that aren’t a box of chocolates.
Ferrero Rocher is a household name this time of year. This gift box ($18) comes with 48 truffles, or enough for two nights. It’s large, it’s chocolaty and it’s tasty—what else could your S.O. want for Valentine’s Day? Check out the most popular Valentine’s Day gifts on Amazon.
A five-pack of hot sauce ($9) wrapped up in a bundle that reads, “You’re Dynamite!” What’s not to love? This assortment is great for the home chef who can handle the heat—especially if you let them use it for dinner immediately.
That’s right—you can get an entire gourmet cake from Milk Bar ($50) delivered straight to your sweetheart. The best part? It can be delivered in time for Valentine’s Day, and shipping is free on orders $50+. Just don’t be sad when you show up to celebrate and half the cake is already gone. Missed the shipping deadline? Bake this Milk Bar confetti cake yourself.
Shopping for an avid outdoors lover? Pick up this tackle box ($10) filled with gummy candy and hard candy they’re sure to love. And really, it’s two gifts in one—once they’re done with the candy, they can keep the box for their actual bait and tackle collection. Score! For best results, pair with a beef jerky bouquet.
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as a giant Valentine’s Day chocolate gift basket. Treat your sweetheart to an array of chocolate-covered goods with this extravaganza from Dylan’s Candy Bar ($85). Can you picture anything more romantic than cuddling up together with a box of chocolate-covered pretzels between you?
This gift is made for those of us who love a good s’more throughout the year. It comes with marshmallows, graham crackers and Hershey’s chocolate, all wrapped up in a cute box in the hands of a teddy bear ($13). We don’t recommend sharing the s’mores with the bear—that’s a mess waiting to happen.
Harry & David know how to put together a delicious treat basket, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or just Wednesday. You can shop a variety of Harry & David gifts, like this gorgeous package of chocolate-covered cherries ($30). This is how to say “Happy Valentine’s Day” with food.
There’s a reason Godiva chocolate is incredibly popular around Valentine’s Day—because it’s delicious. This 24-pack of truffles ($40) features all dark chocolate, which makes for a rich gift for your sweetheart. And if your Valentine can’t get enough chocolate, you can always ditch the dinner and just make our favorite chocolate desserts at home.