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Edible Bouquet Special Discounts for 2010

As the 2010 holiday season approaches, edible bouquets are showcasing a variety of specials, discounts and limited time offers that are not limited to fruit (only). From Edible Arrangements, Harry and David to Cherry Moon Farms, each fruit bouquet company is luring in customers with distinctive deals and promotions.

Edible Bouquet Deals

On purchases of $50 and more, Harry & David is covering the shipping cost and giving a $10 discount on purchases made before December 2010.  Northwest smoked salmon, rugulach, and a fruit bouquet are a just a small sampling of the kosher gift baskets and products available at Harry & David.

 Kosher edible bouquets are in abundant supply at Harry and David.

Meanwhile, Edible Arrangements is ready to simplify all sized celebrations. From a single sized edible fruit mug to party-sized edible bouquets, Edible Arrangements’ holiday offer is a 10 percent discount for all orders placed by November 25, 2010  and delivered or picked up from December 1 through the 31st.

 Don’t forget to use the edible fruit bouquet coupon Code: EBSP2010.

Discounts and Reduced Bouquets

In terms of discounts, Cherry Moon Farms has discounted select holiday gifts. Instead of the traditional edible fruit basket, a 7-piece cookie edible bouquet is on sale for $39.99.  Six-hand dipped berries have been reduced by $15.

 Unique Edible Bouquet Presentations

Great Expectations Double Discovery at Harry & David  is a unique fruit bouquet, which comes enfolded in two gift boxes with (pears, chocolate cherries, aged sharp Wisconsin, white cheddar cheese raspberry gallettes and more).

The Starry Sleigh with chocolate hand-dipped pineapples is a limited edition at Edible Arrangements. This edible bouquet doubles as the table’s centerpiece and a keepsake, once the fruit has been consumed. Cherry Moon Farm’s hand decorated gingerbread cookie house is another unique edible presentation for only $49.98.

Whatever the occasion calls for, three fruit bouquet companies are easing edible bouquet deliveries this holiday season.