How to stop getting catalogs from Harry & David and other 1-800-Flowers brands

This one form removes your mailing address from up to 19 lists

How to stop getting catalogs from Harry & David and other 1-800-Flowers brands

Are you tired of receiving catalogs that clutter your mailbox and end up in the trash? It turns up a bunch of this mail comes from brands owned by 1-800-Flowers. Among the 19 brands they own, Harry & David in particular is known to send a fair amount of unwanted promotional mailers.

Luckily, 1-800-Flowers has an opt-out form on their website. Once you submit this form, you should stop receiving junk mail from the selected brands.

First, the site will ask you for your jurisdiction which in most cases is simply the state you live in. Next, there is a dropdown labeled I am. Select Prospective Customer / Direct Mail Recipient from the dropdown.

Once you make that selection, another field will appear labeled Opt Me Out of. From the dropdown, selection Direct Mail.

If you can find a Customer Number on the mailer, it can help the company track down your record, but if you can't find your customer it's alright to leave this field blank.

Finally, select the brand from the drop-down menu. There are 19 brands to choose from, and you may select as many brands as you like from the list:

  3. Alice's Table
  4. Cheryl's Cookies
  5. Fruit Bouquets
  6. Harry & David
  7. Personalization Mall
  8. The Popcorn Factory
  9. Shari's Berries
  10. Simply Chocolate
  11. Stock Yards
  12. Things Remembered
  13. Vital Choice
  14. Wolferman's Bakery
  15. Flowerama
  16. Napco
  17. Bloomnet
  18. Farm2Florist
  19. Floriology Institute

After that you simply tick the legal checkbox giving third-party TrustArc permission to complete your request, then click the Submit button.

That's it! If you're ready to unsubscribe from 1-800-flowers, simply head to the form on their website to get started:

Data Subject Request Form