NEW YORK — Mother's Day is just a few days away. Though many of us are staying at home, Americans are expected to spend more money this year on moms.
Lifestyle expert Milly Almodovar shares some last minute gifts that will still be delivered by Mother’s Day.
Starbright Florist ($40 and up)
You have up until Saturday to place your arrangements at Starbright florists. They’ve been closed for a month and this is the first week they are reopening. All the deliveries will be contact-free, and they will not require a signature when a delivery is completed.
- Use code R19 to get $10 off.
Jergens Cherry Almond Moisturizer (under $10 and giving back to Covid)
Drugstores and Target are still around. Maybe buy a nice shopping bag and order your mom a sweet body lotion. Jergens is giving back to the COVID-19 effort. They are launching a MOMentos campaign. Tag a pic on social media with #JergensMotherday and they will donate to mothers and children affected by COVID-19 to the Baby2Baby charity and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
Nest Candles $40-70
Would you be happy with a nest candle for Mother’s Day? A whopping 72% of moms said yes. So many candles are available at Saks from Nest and they offer curbside delivery so you can gift your mom for the celebration.
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- Use code: PIX11 to get 15 % off
Flor De Maria Shoes Berenise
They are still taking Mother’s Day Deliveries and Wednesday is the last day. The prices range from $150-300.
- Use PIX11 Code: PIX11 for 30% off.
Freshly $7.99 per meal
Cooking used to be such a passion of mine. These are fresh cooked and delivered daily. Freshly meals are great though because you just heat then up and eat. You don’t have to make it. It’s already premade. Their meals average only 300-600 calories.
The prices change per meal but you can do 12 meals per week for $7.99 each. Cheaper than take out.