Interflora Launch Click & Collect Service

by Bethany Day on June 19, 2012

Order flowers onlineAt Interflora, we pride ourselves on our outstanding flower delivery service but we also recognise the fact that some of our customers would like to be able to collect their beautiful floral gift and deliver it, personally, to their special someone. That’s why we’ve just launched our fantastic new Click and Collect service.

This completely free service allows you to choose the most convenient location for you to collect your floral gift from so that you can surprise and delight your loved one in person. And because you’ve already chosen your gift and paid online, all you have to do is pop into your preferred florist shop, collect it and go!

Here’s a guide to how it works:

Step 1

Choose from a selection of beautiful Click and Collect flowers online at www.interflora.co.uk.

Step 2

Select ‘Click and Collect’, then using our ‘Find a Florist’ directory select your preferred and most convenient local Interflora Florist to collect from.

Step 3

Complete your order and pay for your gift online using our secure payment process. An ‘Order Confirmation Number’ will be emailed to you shortly after.

Step 4

Call into your chosen Interflora florist shop with your ‘Order Confirmation Number’, and collect your gift free of charge, ready to hand-deliver to your loved one.

We hope that our Click and Collect service will make it even easier for you to celebrate the special occasions in life.


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Bethany Day

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