A partnership debuting this holiday between the flower delivery service and various voice assistants allows customers to place their orders through the language of love using talk or text

Flower delivery service 1-800-Flowers will be using a voice-activated device this Valentine’s Day to streamline how customers place their orders. The verbal command system will be linked to Samsung’s Bixby, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, and Samsung customers able to pay through Samsung Pay.

1-800-Flower’s services can also be accessed through chat apps like Apple Business Chat and Facebook Messenger. The chatbot component to the new setup allows customers to answer a few questions to help generate suggestions and produce personalized arrangements. At the start of February, iOS users will be able to use the 1-800-Flowers app to send loved ones augmented reality valentines.

In addition to aligning its new integrations with the floral-friendly holiday, 1-800-Flowers is also offering deals for those who order early, incentivizing customer adoptions: Those who order their Valentine’s Day flowers February 3 will be able to save 40%.

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Flower delivery service 1-800-Flowers will be using a voice-activated device this Valentine’s Day to streamline how customers place their orders. The verbal command system will be linked to Samsung’s Bixby, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, and Samsung customers able to pay through Samsung Pay.

1-800-Flower’s services can also be accessed through chat apps like Apple Business Chat and Facebook Messenger. The chatbot component to the new setup allows customers to answer a few questions to help generate suggestions and produce personalized arrangements. At the start of February, iOS users will be able to use the 1-800-Flowers app to send loved ones augmented reality valentines.