It’s your parents’ wedding anniversary, and you want to celebrate the occasion by gifting them a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Your sister bought a new house, and you want to congratulate her with a food gift basket. Or maybe you want to include a box of cookies in a care package you’re sending to your son at college.

You want to show the special people in your life how much they mean to you. What you don’t want to do is pay to ship every time you send them a gift.

That’s where the Celebrations Passport comes in. Members of this loyalty program receive several benefits, including free shipping and no service charges on all items purchased from the Celebrations Family of Brands — 1-800-Flowers.com, Harry & David, Cheryl’s Cookies, and many more — for a full year.

Passport Week

Celebrations Passport is available at an even sweeter deal than usual. During Passport Week, which runs from July 12 to July 18, new members can purchase the Celebrations Passport for $14.99 ($29.99 value).

Other benefits of becoming a Celebrations Passport member include:

  • 20% off select gifts during Passport Week
  • Exclusive product previews
  • Special offers throughout the year

There’s no minimum order size and no promo code needed. Just sign up, log in, and start enjoying all the perks of the Celebrations Passport loyalty program today!

Here’s a sampling of gifts that are available to Celebrations Passport members for 20% off during Passport Week.

Americana Cookie Party Box

These delectable cookies are perfect for celebrations with friends and family. The box features six different summer favorites, including red, white, and blue buttercream frosted cut-out cookies, blueberry muffin, ruby raspberry, chocolate chip, frosted peaches and cream, and lemon burst. Put these out at your next summer event, and your guests will thank you!

Happy Gerbera Daisies

This vibrant, colorful arrangement has cheer written all over it. We gathered striking gerbera daisies into a gorgeous bouquet so you can deliver smiles for life’s special celebrations or everyday moments. Guaranteed to brighten anyone’s day!

Summer Snack Crate

We needed a whole crate to fit all the sweet and savory treats in this gift pack. Enjoy hearty sausage and salami with premium white cheddar cheese, along with flavorful snack mixes and classic accents like honey hot mustard and pepper and onion relish. Moose Munch® Caramel Premium Popcorn and cookies complete this satisfying spread.

The Grill Personalized Apron

Let everyone know you’re the one in charge of the grill this summer with this personalized apron. Customize the apron with a personal message so that nobody will mistake it for anyone’s but yours. A deep pocket helps you keep your grill tools close by, and the heavyweight cotton gives the apron some serious heft. A personalized potholder completes the set.

Summer Bar & Truffles

Here’s a cheerful and delicious box of chocolates that captures the essence of summer fun. The centerpiece is a chocolate card depicting a beach scene. The card is surrounded by 16 artisan truffles — in milk, dark, and white Belgian chocolate varieties — with six different flavor-infused ganache centers. This gift will transport chocolate lovers to their happy place.

Tropical Vibes 5-box Gift Tower

An assortment of delicious treats that’s built for the serious snacker, this tower includes individually wrapped bags of cheese, caramel, Cornfusion™, white cheddar, ranch, cookies & crème, and chocolate popcorn. As if that wasn’t enough, we also threw in butter toffee caramels, assorted fruit slices, and raspberry hard candies for good measure.

Author

Mickey Brown is a digital content editor in the 1-800-Flowers.com Content Studio. In this role, he manages content production, strategy, and operations for many of our food brands, including Cheryl's Cookies and The Popcorn Factory. Previously, he was associate editor in the NBC News Brand Studio, where he developed content campaigns for EY, McKinsey & Company, Salvation Army, and other global brands. Before that, he was managing producer of the website icenetwork.com, and spent years in sports marketing and communications.

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