Costa Will Sell Coffee For 32p In August
The novelty of being able to pick up our daily coffee again still hasn't worn off for many of us, and Costa Coffee has gone and announced that all your faves will cost you less during next month.
Throughout August, as part of the government's Eat Out To Help Out scheme, the coffee chain will be selling some drinks for as little as 32p.
The Eat Out To Help Out scheme means that many restaurants and chains will offer 50 percent discounts, up to £10 per person in a bid to restart the hospitality sector following the coronavirus pandemic.
It will run on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August. To get a 32p drink, you will need to take your own reusable cup, which gives you a 25p discount. Add to that the temporary VAT cuts and a £1 small filter coffee will only cost you 32p.
If you want to upgrade, you can still bag a bargain. A flat white, for example, would usually set you back £2.70. However, if you do the same, it will only cost £1.06 on the days the offer runs.
Other items that will be a bargain include the vegan ham and cheese toastie, which is usually £2.95, but will now be £1.29.
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For those of you with a sweet tooth, the millionaire's shortbread will drop in price, from £1.95 to 86p, while the salted caramel brownie will go from costing £2.25 to 99p.
Breakfast items will also drop, meaning you can get a croissant for 59p instead of £1.35.
Let's put this into context, it means you could get a croissant and coffee for breakfast and it will only cost you 91p. Who said you can't get a coffee a day AND save up a mortgage deposit?
Managing Director of Costa Coffee UK&I, Neil Lake, said: "We're delighted to have signed up to the Government's 'Eat Out to Help Out' Scheme, offering customers the opportunity to sit in store, relax and enjoy a perfectly hand-crafted cup of coffee and their favourite Costa Coffee food, for less.
"With over 1,700 Costa Coffee stores offering an eat-in area, no minimum spend required and a new summer range available in stores, customers will be spoilt for choice over what to enjoy.
"The safety of our team members and customers remains our number one priority and our eat-in areas have been designed in line with Government guidelines, with enhanced safety and operating measures in place to help ensure we keep everyone safe."
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