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You Can Get A Month's Worth Of Free Coffee At Pret

You Can Get A Month's Worth Of Free Coffee At Pret

If you're someone who can't function before that first cup of coffee in the morning or drinks it through the day like it's fuel, then you might want to direct your attention to the following.

Pret is launching a monthly coffee subscription which lets coffee-lovers buy up to five coffees a day for just £20. And even better, the first month is free!

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Yes, the lunchtime high street favourite is offering a month of free coffee with just a few conditions to the deal.

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Firstly, your coffees must be purchased 30 minutes apart and you can only get up to five per day - which should be plenty for even the biggest coffee freaks.

Beginning on 8th September, the deal covers all of Pret's organic coffees, tea, hot chocolate and iced drinks, including Iced Coffee, Cold Brew, Frappes and Smoothies (except Cocoa, Almond Butter & Banana Smoothie, Raspberry, Mango & Ginger Smoothie, and Avocado, Mango and Ginger Smoothie).

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After your first month of free coffee, the subscription costs £20pm which will be taken out of your bank account by direct debit.

It's an incredible deal anyway. Say for instance your poison is a latte with semi-skimmed milk - which costs £2.45 ordinarily - grabbing the full five of them a day works out to £367.50 per month.

(Anyone else feel kind of sick how much our coffee habits must be costing RN?) Anyway, That's a cool £347.50 saving with Pret's subscription. Not bad, eh?

To sign up for Pret's coffee subscription, head here on Tuesday 8th September 2020 to sign up. In the mean time, you can read the full Ts&Cs here.

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