Ever ordered flowers only to find they weren’t quite what you were expecting?! Here’s a look at your rights with Valentine’s Day just around the corner.
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How do Valentine’s Day flowers bought online fare? Should you share the love and splash out on your Valentine or do you think the whole event is just over-commercialised nonsense?
Happy Valentine’s Day! February 14 is traditionally about treating your partner like a king or queen, but does that necessarily have to mean spending a royal fortune?
OK, so my title’s a bit tongue in cheek. As a Which? employee, I’m a pretty big fan of consumer choice! But sometimes I think we could use a nudge in the right direction, to save us the agony of making difficult decisions.
What did your partner give you for Valentine’s Day – chocolates, roses, dinner in Paris, a 7p Asda Valentine’s card or copy of their credit file? Is it time for your love life and your finances to get a divorce?
Sometimes on Convo we challenge companies, discuss breaking news or launch a new campaign. Other times we like to talk about more unusual aspects of consumer life. Get ready for some energy company poetry.
Don’t expect to receive a handwritten letter this Valentine’s Day as over a third of people no longer write them, while 18% don’t write love letters at all, according to a survey by online backup service Mozy.
Are you spoiling your mum rotten today? Before you start muttering something about over-commercialisation, take a moment to remember the real point of Mother’s Day. I, for one, think it’s a day well worth having.
Asda’s dating site claims that supermarket dating is ‘where it’s at’. But after a quick try, it’s fair to say that I’m a little cynical. Is this just another ploy for supermarkets to take over the world?
If slushy cards, teddies and supermarket flowers don’t turn your stomach, maybe scoffing a whole box of chocolates will. And even if 14 February isn’t bad for your health, there’s a good chance it will hurt your wallet…