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Costa Is Selling Coffee For 32p Throughout August

Costa Is Selling Coffee For 32p Throughout August

Costa is officially selling coffee for as little as 32p next month.

As part of the government's Covid-19 Eat Out To Help Out scheme, the coffee chain will be slashing the price of its drinks and food choices, to encourage more people to support the hospitality sector.

The scheme is asking participating restaurants and chains to offer up to 50 percent discounts (max £10 off per person) for meals out, throughout all of August.

The promotion will run on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and is available for all who choose to sit in the branch with their purchases.

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And that means on those days a small £1 filter coffee will cost you just 32p if you bring your own cup, which shaves another 25p off the already impressive reduction.

The coffee chain is making huge price cuts (Credit: Instagram/ Costa Coffee)
The coffee chain is making huge price cuts (Credit: Instagram/ Costa Coffee)

Of course, if you want more than just a filter coffee, it will still come cheap.

You can get a flat white for just £1.06, whereas it would usually cost you £2.70. Meanwhile, a croissant usually costs £1.35, but will now be 59p.

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That's a croissant and a filter coffee for less than a quid, guys. It would basically be rude to say no to that...

The discounts are present across all of Costa's favourites. If it's the vegan ham and cheese toastie you're after (usually £2.95) you can now bag it for £1.29 on the three promotional days.

And as for baked goods? A millionaire's shortbread usually sells for £1.95, but will now cost 86p, while a salted caramel brownie will be cut from £2.25 to 99p.

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Result!

Lunchtimes just got a whole lot cheaper (Credit: Instagram/ Costa Coffee)
Lunchtimes just got a whole lot cheaper (Credit: Instagram/ Costa Coffee)

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.

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"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."

Costa is also offering 300 points to all current or new members of the Costa Coffee Club, which can then be spent on a free hot drink up to the cost of £3.

These will need to be claimed before 31st July, when the new promotion starts, but can spent any time in the 12 months after that.

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So, we'll get nine filter coffees with that, please!

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/ Costa Coffee

Topics: Costa, Costa Coffee, Tasty Food, Coronavirus, Tasty

Joanna Freedman

Joanna is a journalist at Tyla with a particular interest in highlighting women's issues and telling inspiring first person stories. She's also their resident foodie, and loves covering exciting new beauty launches, too. Contact her at [email protected]

 

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