LOVED-UP Valentines have been left fuming over dud deliveries of wilting flowers, blooms that don't live up to expectations and even a bouquet sent to the wrong person.
Customers of Interflora, Next and other online gift companies have posted pictures of their ruined gifts on the most romantic day of the year.
One Interflora customer tweeted a picture of her flowers and accompanying card - pointing out that she'd been delivered the wrong blooms.
She said: "Omg chances James got a bouquet of roses sent to me n they aren't even mine. PS Karen, Peter luvs u XX".
While another Twitter user shared her disappointment at receiving a bunch of flowers from her boyfriend from Interflora which did not live up to expectations.
Janine Aldis received Valentine's flowers this morning from Next, only for them to die within a few hours.
Earlier today, The Sun Online revealed how customers of Marks and Spencer's accused the retailer of "spoiling" Valentine's Day after flowers turned up a day early.
Other shoppers complained that shops were selling dead flowers - or ones that died almost immediately after buying.
Last year, customers slammed gift companies for dud deliveries including dead flowers, broken plant pots and cards with the wrong names on.
Last week consumer group Which? put bouquets to the test to find out which ones last the longest.
It found that M&S and Interflora's Valentine's Day bunches, which cost £35 or more, ranked worst than cheaper blooms.
For thrifty Brits who believe it is the thought - not the price tag - that counts, Lidl is offering a dozen roses for just £4 in stores from February 13.
Of course, the cheapest flowers won't always be the best.
A spokesperson from Interflora said: "At Interflora, we in conjunction with our network of florists deliver millions of bouquets a year to the delight of our customers.
"As one of our biggest days of the year, when we deliver over a million flowers, Valentine’s Day has seen some queries regarding orders.
"While it is a small number of the overall volume of orders, we do take each and every enquiry very seriously.
"We have a very dedicated and hard-working customer support team who are working with our customers to put things right, according to our Interflora Promise.
"We apologise to the customers affected and will ensure that all queries are resolved as soon as possible."
A spokesperson from M&S said: We are really sorry that our flower delivery came early for some customers.
"As soon as we realised our mistake we sent our sincere apologies and invited those affected to continue to feel the love today with a Valentine’s Day Dine In on us."
The Sun Online contacted Next for a comment.
Your rights if your flower delivery goes wrong
GETTING a dud delivery of flower on Valentine's Day can be disappointing, especially if your loved-one has splashed out a lot of cash for a beautiful bouquet.
But you do have some rights on this, especially if the flowers come with a freshness guarantee.
Under the Consumer Rights Act, if you order flowers and they are damaged, crushed, or don't match the description given online, you should be entitled to a full refund, including the cost of delivery. Read our guide on how to get your money back.
The Sun Online has contacted Marks and Spencer for a comment.
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