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Has Starbucks quietly increased their UK price?

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By introducing "short" size cup? I've noticed the "tall" latte cost £2.40 now! I remember it used to be £2.25 or £2.15. Read More
chenzz Avatar
8m, 4d agoPosted 8 months, 4 days ago
By introducing "short" size cup?

I've noticed the "tall" latte cost £2.40 now!
I remember it used to be £2.25 or £2.15.
chenzz Avatar
8m, 4d agoPosted 8 months, 4 days ago
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#1
I was walking past starbucks the other day when I really fancied a hot, tasty and good quality latte, So I kept on walking until I found a small independent coffee shop.

Of the chains starbucks is by far the worst coffee shop, closely followed by Costa. Nero trumps them both, but I'd rather support my local (Mr Woods) or some other small independent retailer.
#2
Paddy_o_furniture
I was walking past starbucks the other day when I really fancied a hot, tasty and good quality latte, So I kept on walking until I found a small independent coffee shop.

Of the chains starbucks is by far the worst coffee shop, closely followed by Costa. Nero trumps them both, but I'd rather support my local (Mr Woods) or some other small independent retailer.


cool story bro

not really relevant
#3
Paddy_o_furniture
I was walking past starbucks the other day when I really fancied a hot, tasty and good quality latte, So I kept on walking until I found a small independent coffee shop.
Of the chains starbucks is by far the worst coffee shop, closely followed by Costa. Nero trumps them both, but I'd rather support my local (Mr Woods) or some other small independent retailer.

If you paid any attention to this website, you would notice Starbucks are selling 200g below average roasted coffee beans quite often for £2.50, which you could make about 12 to 15 double shoot espresso.

Slightly better quarlity roasted coffee beans in those nice independent coffee shops are usually sold for about £8.00 to £12.00 per 200 gram (Workshop, Kaffeine in London, or Tamper in Sheffield)

And you could get the bags back to get a tall latte from any chain Starbucks outlet (Not the merchandised one in cinemas or some airports).

As a person who drank at least three cups of espresso/cappucino/latte, I am telling you, with the deals (Amex) floating around, starbucks is the best (Quality/price ratio wise ) coffee shop ever in the planet.
#4
chenzz
Paddy_o_furniture
I was walking past starbucks the other day when I really fancied a hot, tasty and good quality latte, So I kept on walking until I found a small independent coffee shop.
Of the chains starbucks is by far the worst coffee shop, closely followed by Costa. Nero trumps them both, but I'd rather support my local (Mr Woods) or some other small independent retailer.
If you paid any attention to this website, you would notice Starbucks are selling 200g below average roasted coffee beans quite often for £2.50, which you could make about 12 to 15 double shoot espresso.
Slightly better quarlity roasted coffee beans in those nice independent coffee shops are usually sold for about £8.00 to £12.00 per 200 gram (Workshop, Kaffeine in London, or Tamper in Sheffield)
And you could get the bags back to get a tall latte from any chain Starbucks outlet (Not the merchandised one in cinemas or some airports).
As a person who drank at least three cups of espresso/cappucino/latte, I am telling you, with the deals (Amex) floating around, starbucks is the best (Quality/price ratio wise ) coffee shop ever in the planet.

Is the reason your such an irate fanboy/person the fact that you've drank so much naff coffee?
"is the best (Quality/price ratio wise ) coffee shop ever in the planet" You've visited every coffee shop on the planet have you? Otherwise your claim just makes you look like a bigger fool.
#5
Yes. in their own stores it went from £2.30 to £2.40 but it was a couple of months ago when it changed
#6
If they have they it's simply down to the UK voting out, import costs from Europe and USA are making companies put in anything from 6-18% on the value of goods. Simply the current economy
#7
Starbucks other big coffee shops normally increase their prices once at year normally at this time, when they do their new price boards with the Christmas drinks on it.
#8
Paddy_o_furniture
chenzz
Paddy_o_furniture
I was walking past starbucks the other day when I really fancied a hot, tasty and good quality latte, So I kept on walking until I found a small independent coffee shop.
Of the chains starbucks is by far the worst coffee shop, closely followed by Costa. Nero trumps them both, but I'd rather support my local (Mr Woods) or some other small independent retailer.
If you paid any attention to this website, you would notice Starbucks are selling 200g below average roasted coffee beans quite often for £2.50, which you could make about 12 to 15 double shoot espresso.
Slightly better quarlity roasted coffee beans in those nice independent coffee shops are usually sold for about £8.00 to £12.00 per 200 gram (Workshop, Kaffeine in London, or Tamper in Sheffield)
And you could get the bags back to get a tall latte from any chain Starbucks outlet (Not the merchandised one in cinemas or some airports).
As a person who drank at least three cups of espresso/cappucino/latte, I am telling you, with the deals (Amex) floating around, starbucks is the best (Quality/price ratio wise ) coffee shop ever in the planet.
Is the reason your such an irate fanboy/person the fact that you've drank so much naff coffee?
"is the best (Quality/price ratio wise ) coffee shop ever in the planet" You've visited every coffee shop on the planet have you? Otherwise your claim just makes you look like a bigger fool.
Hey, leave them alone! As you can see they've drunk at least three cups of Coffee from Starbucks so really know their stuff! :D
#9
jase.2
Yes. in their own stores it went from £2.30 to £2.40 but it was a couple of months ago when it changed

And they did also bring the smaller, slightly cheaper "short" cup size to cover the price increase?
#10
I think they have to price their goods taking into account they are now having to pay tax like their U.K. competitors
#11
chenzz
Paddy_o_furniture
I was walking past starbucks the other day when I really fancied a hot, tasty and good quality latte, So I kept on walking until I found a small independent coffee shop.
Of the chains starbucks is by far the worst coffee shop, closely followed by Costa. Nero trumps them both, but I'd rather support my local (Mr Woods) or some other small independent retailer.

If you paid any attention to this website, you would notice Starbucks are selling 200g below average roasted coffee beans quite often for £2.50, which you could make about 12 to 15 double shoot espresso.

Slightly better quarlity roasted coffee beans in those nice independent coffee shops are usually sold for about £8.00 to £12.00 per 200 gram (Workshop, Kaffeine in London, or Tamper in Sheffield)

And you could get the bags back to get a tall latte from any chain Starbucks outlet (Not the merchandised one in cinemas or some airports).

As a person who drank at least three cups of espresso/cappucino/latte, I am telling you, with the deals (Amex) floating around, starbucks is the best (Quality/price ratio wise ) coffee shop ever in the planet.



No coffee is worth paying '£8 to £12' for 200g.

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