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Flowers by Fare: Gift Guide to Valentines

Flowers by Fare: Gift Guide to Valentines

Posted by Pamela Eve on February 5, 2016.

London Taxi Drivers gift guide to valentines - Plan Insurance Brokers

 

In aid of Valentine’s Day next Sunday, we’ve put together gift ideas in different price ranges to suit all budgets.

Not only this, but we’ve compared them to taxi fare prices and distances, using yourtaximeter.com so you can see how far you need to take a job to pay for your special someone this year.

Following the classic romantic gifts of chocolate, perfume and flowers, we’ve done the looking for you and put together these top picks from easy-to-get-to stores, without breaking the bank.

 

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FARE: Waterloo to Westminster ~  £5.60

 

Black Cab Valentines Ideas

 

1.3 miles

Thorntons Milk Chocolate Champagne Bottle

£5.00

Tesco Stores or Thorntons

 

 

 

FARE: Paddington to Pimlico ~ £9.80

Black Cab Valentines Gift Ideas

 

 

3 miles

Ferrero Roche Collection

£8.00

Sainsbury’s

 

 

 

FARE: Battersea to Buckingham Palace ~  £11.60

Black Cab Valentines Gift Ideas

 

 

3.6 miles

FLORENTYNA eau de toilette

£10.00

M&S stores

 

 

 

 

 

FARE: Shoreditch to City Airport ~  £23.60

 

Black Cab Valentines Gift Ideas

 

8.1 miles

Be My Valentine Dozen Pink Roses

£20.00

Tesco Direct

 

 

 

 

FARE: Bromely to Brixton ~   £27.00

 

Black Cab Valentines Gift Ideas

 

8.7 miles

Devoted to You Pink Rose, Tulip & Germini

£25.00

Tesco Direct

 

 

 

 

Black Cab Valentines Gift Ideas

Dairy Box Boxed Chocolates

£2.00

Tesco Direct

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Meet the Author Pamela Eve

Joining the team in 2015, Pamela quickly found joy in branding all things Plan. With a background in photography and art, she now resides designing Plan's marketing materials, writing the odd blog and drinking a lot of tea.

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