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I am a coffee addict and find that my purse doesn't match my thrist. Can anyone help with details of offers or freebies of coffee, but must be for normal granules/powder as I've not gone posh yet and… Read More
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
I am a coffee addict and find that my purse doesn't match my thrist.
Can anyone help with details of offers or freebies of coffee, but must be for normal granules/powder as I've not gone posh yet and got a a coffee maker. Unless anyone knows any good deals for them to!
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I Get My Nescafe From Costco 1kg Tub For About £18
#2
coffee maker dead cheap in asda but coffee for these more expensive...have you got a home and bargains? 200gram jar nescafe granules for £1.99 hope this helps.
banned#3
I love Tchibo coffee it is fairtrade, you can buy it at Sainsbury's and Somerfield.

They also have their own shops and if you sign up for their newsletter they will give you a free delivery voucher.
#4
kenco rapour are buy one get one free at cost cutter stores at the moment (£1.99)

http://www.costcutter.com/offerscurrent.php
#5
If you've got a robo chef with the right attachment, buying beans from e.g. whittards is a good, cost effective way around this problem! Remember you can freeze the beans and grind from frozen with a half decent machine!

Fresh tasty coffee which you can buy in small qty's, and can keep small amounts of these for a long time, (say 6 months), and have on demand.

(Caffetiere required though, so expect to spend about a tenner on that).
#6
Thanks for all the ideas, I can already get 200g of Tesco coffee for £1.26 and that is a more then half decent cuppa. Maybe I'm too much of a cheapskate!

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