A report by Canada’s largest flower delivery company says that while flower delivery services may be cheap, the flowers themselves can be expensive.
The Flower Delivery Association of Canada says that flower delivery costs $25-$30 for a 20cm bouquet and up to $40-$50 for larger bouquets.
The report also says that the average delivery service charges $10-$15 per delivery to consumers.
“A bouquet is a bouquet.
It’s not the product,” said Mark Taylor, president and CEO of Flower Delivery Canada.
“The flowers are the product.
The price that you’re paying for it, we think, should reflect that.”
A bouquette is a small, white or pink flower that is placed in a bowl and placed in the mouth of a customer.
Flowers are usually delivered in the mail, but sometimes customers order them online.
Taylor said he hopes the report will encourage consumers to use the service and not take the cost for delivery as a reason to avoid flower delivery.
“I think it’s an interesting way to think about what you’re willing to pay for something and the value that comes with it.
We’ve had some customers that’ve come up to us and said, ‘I think this is going to be the best way to get my flowers delivered.'”
In the report, Flower Delivery says the average price for delivery in Canada is $25 per bouquet up to 50 bouquettes.
It also says the cost of delivering flowers is not as low as some people think it is.
“Our data shows that flowers are not only a more cost-effective option for delivery, they are a cheaper alternative to traditional delivery services,” said Taylor.