Archived deal: Chocolate Valentine's Day Tree - GrabOne

The Lolly Tree Company

$35 for a 33cm Roses Chocolates Valentine's Day Tree

$35

Delivered within: 10 days

This deal ended 1 year ago
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Highlights

  • Get your hands on Cupid's latest secret.
  • Grab a Roses chocolate Valentine's Day tree for only $35.
  • Made with a minimum of 37 Cadbury's Roses, two love heart lollies and two heart foiled chocolates.
  • Comes gift-wrapped, so you won't have to scramble around trying to find pretty paper.     

After years of searching, Cupid "the explorer" emerged from the Amazonian jungles with a rare tree that was said to make people fall in love. Legend has it that one bite of branches of this tree could cause even stoniest heart to melt.

The good news is that GrabOne believes in spreading the love, and today we're doing just that by giving you the chance to grab one of these stunning and unique Roses chocolates Valentine's Day trees for only  $35.

Specifications:

  • 33 cm tall
  • Contains 37 Cadbury's Roses chocolates
  • Two love heart foiled chocolates at the base of tree
  • A roll of love heart lollies at the base of tree
  • Fully gift-wrapped with cellophane and top bow
  • Gift card included

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Conditions

Limit: 4 for you and 2 gifts for others
ONLY CHRISTCHURCH DELIVERY. Pay $5 extra per unit for delivery. Enter address when purchasing. Excl. PO Box & rural addresses. No refunds, no cash back, not to be used with any other offers.
See the rules that apply to all deals Delivery Timeframe: 10 days

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