Get a small Costa Coffee for just 32p (or less) & loads of other bargains when you combine offers, for instance, you’ll be able to pick up two medium lattes, with a blueberry muffin and a slice of lemon drizzle cake for just £4.25 or less (down from £9.70).
A table for 4 including a flat white, iced latte, frostino, lemonade, ham & cheese toastie, Italian mozzarella and tomato panini, chocolate caramel and hazelnut cookie and Rolo muffin – will now cost just £10.04 or less (down from £22.95).
Here are the 4 offers you need to combine for maximum savings:
Offer 1: 50% off via the Government ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme will apply – open to everyone in the UK from 3rd August-31st August, valid every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only. Excludes alcohol, many locations are offering this and Costa are on the list. Takeaway orders don’t qualify. It doesn’t affect any other voucher or discount you already have. Can be used unlimited times.
Offer 2: Decrease in VAT from 20% to 5% for businesses selling items in the hospitality, hotel and holiday accommodation & admissions to certain attractions. Some locations are passing this saving back to customers including Costa.
Offer 3: Reusable cup discount of 25p
Offer 4: Get 300 points (worth £3) when you sign up on their app via https://10ws.co/2Pebfpv (click the link on mobile to claim both promotions) & get 300 points (worth £3) when you sign up to the App (either via the above link or just in general) BEFORE Friday 31 July 2020 to claim!
Terms and conditions for these offers can be found here.
Prices of some Costa classics if you eat in on the first three days of the week in August:
- Small filter coffee: 32p instead of £2.70 (with reusable cup)
- Vegan ham and cheeze toastie: £1.29 instead of £2.95
- Millionaire’s shortbread: 86p instead of £1.95
- Sausage bap: £1.29 instead of £2.95
- Salted caramel brownie: 99p instead of £2.25
- Croissant: 59p instead of £1.35
Costa Coffee UK managing director 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.”