2-4-1 on ALL Christmas drinks at Starbucks, 3-5PM Thu-Sun (3-close for Rewards members), includes £1 filter coffee so from 75p for 2 drinks with own cups - HotUKDeals
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2-4-1 on ALL Christmas drinks at Starbucks, 3-5PM Thu-Sun (3-close for Rewards members), includes £1 filter coffee so from 75p for 2 drinks with own cups

£0.75 @ Starbucks Coffee
Thu 10-Sun 13 November: Toffee nut latte or frappuccino Gingerbread latte or frappuccino Eggnog latte Fudge hot chocolate Christmas blend filter coffee or latte Chocolate fudge frappuccino … Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Thu 10-Sun 13 November:

Toffee nut latte or frappuccino
Gingerbread latte or frappuccino
Eggnog latte
Fudge hot chocolate
Christmas blend filter coffee or latte
Chocolate fudge frappuccino

all 2-4-1 in any size. From 3-5PM for everyone. If you have Starbucks Rewards (free to join but must top-up) you can get until store closes (don't know how this works in 24 hour stores like Manchester Piccadilly and Trafford Centre Barton Dock Rd).

Excellent that Christmas blend filter is included which is £1 for tall in most stores, making it 50p per drink or 37.5p with your own cups.

Also can combine with AMEX spend £3 and get £1 back for another 1/3 off. Mastercard offer is on too I think £1 off when spend £5.
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2 Likes #1
Yes! That's me, and my friend, catered for at the Xmas market! Lovely, thank you. Can't wait to try these :)
2 Likes #2
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.
2 Likes #3
good find op, heat added
1 Like #4
ggfergy
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.

good try, didn't quite make the number one comment but at least you win with your terrible knowledge of tax laws :(
#5
2 Likes #6
eslick
ggfergy
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.

good try, didn't quite make the number one comment but at least you win with your terrible knowledge of tax laws :(


No idea what you're talking about but Starbucks have a strategy of tax avoidance and it's morally if not legally wrong.
#7
What's the Mastercard offer please?
#8
Anyone know how much the christmas drinks are?
5 Likes #9
why don't amazon deals ever get the same amount of s**t as starbucks? starbucks made 'voluntary' contributions, millions ££ above their true tax liability in response to the bad press around their avoidance - amazon have paid not a penny more - is it because they are always cheapest so we can't be bothered to slate/avoid them but there are so many high street coffee choices? The double standards perplex me.
#10
I suppose a free one with vitality won't give an additional free drink
4 Likes #11
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.
good try, didn't quite make the number one comment but at least you win with your terrible knowledge of tax laws :(
No idea what you're talking about but Starbucks have a strategy of tax avoidance and it's morally if not legally wrong.

if you follow tax law you cant be a robbing thief, business unfortunately no matter how much you don't like it cannot have morals and have to do whats right by law, following the law is legal and that's what they do. Reality is your government don't care about the tax laws or they would have changed them they have had plenty of time to do it. So if a company, like your mate down the pub who uses tax laws to pay as little tax as they can, then you shouldn't be calling them for it.
#12
eslick
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.
good try, didn't quite make the number one comment but at least you win with your terrible knowledge of tax laws :(
No idea what you're talking about but Starbucks have a strategy of tax avoidance and it's morally if not legally wrong.

if you follow tax law you cant be a robbing thief, business unfortunately no matter how much you don't like it cannot have morals and have to do whats right by law, following the law is legal and that's what they do. Reality is your government don't care about the tax laws or they would have changed them they have had plenty of time to do it. So if a company, like your mate down the pub who uses tax laws to pay as little tax as they can, then you shouldn't be calling them for it.


Entirely disagree. I can absolutely call them out to not find mechanisms to avoid tax, like a lot of UK companies don't and who pay their fair share. Just because they've found a legal loophole doesn't mean they should exploit it nor do I have to accept it. Phillip Green did nothing legally wrong but he knew what he was doing when he sold BHS for a pound
2 Likes #13
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.
good try, didn't quite make the number one comment but at least you win with your terrible knowledge of tax laws :(
No idea what you're talking about but Starbucks have a strategy of tax avoidance and it's morally if not legally wrong.
if you follow tax law you cant be a robbing thief, business unfortunately no matter how much you don't like it cannot have morals and have to do whats right by law, following the law is legal and that's what they do. Reality is your government don't care about the tax laws or they would have changed them they have had plenty of time to do it. So if a company, like your mate down the pub who uses tax laws to pay as little tax as they can, then you shouldn't be calling them for it.
Entirely disagree. I can absolutely call them out to not find mechanisms to avoid tax, like a lot of UK companies don't and who pay their fair share. Just because they've found a legal loophole doesn't mean they should exploit it nor do I have to accept it. Phillip Green did nothing legally wrong but he knew what he was doing when he sold BHS for a pound

Always find the tax avoidance posts very ironic especially when they say will not shop in (insert company name) because of it. Typed from a PC/Laptop most likely with an Intel Chipset (Tax Avoidance), Microsoft OS (Tax Avoidance) or Apple family (Tax avoidance) or Android Device (Tax Avoidance). Be devote sports followers of whatever sport and guess what most of those top sporting stars also use Tax avoidance techniques. Life is too short. Voted hot btw!

Edited By: cecilmcroberts on Nov 10, 2016 00:00
#14
cecilmcroberts
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.
good try, didn't quite make the number one comment but at least you win with your terrible knowledge of tax laws :(
No idea what you're talking about but Starbucks have a strategy of tax avoidance and it's morally if not legally wrong.
if you follow tax law you cant be a robbing thief, business unfortunately no matter how much you don't like it cannot have morals and have to do whats right by law, following the law is legal and that's what they do. Reality is your government don't care about the tax laws or they would have changed them they have had plenty of time to do it. So if a company, like your mate down the pub who uses tax laws to pay as little tax as they can, then you shouldn't be calling them for it.
Entirely disagree. I can absolutely call them out to not find mechanisms to avoid tax, like a lot of UK companies don't and who pay their fair share. Just because they've found a legal loophole doesn't mean they should exploit it nor do I have to accept it. Phillip Green did nothing legally wrong but he knew what he was doing when he sold BHS for a pound

Always find the tax avoidance posts very ironic especially when they say will not shop in (insert company name) because of it. Typed from a PC/Laptop most likely with an Intel Chipset (Tax Avoidance), Microsoft OS (Tax Avoidance) or Apple family (Tax avoidance) or Android Device (Tax Avoidance). Be devote sports followers of whatever sport and guess what most of those top sporting stars also use Tax avoidance techniques. Life is too short. Voted hot btw!


Asus Zenfone 2. Bought direct from China when they came out from a chinese retailer. So No, no irony here.
#15
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.
good try, didn't quite make the number one comment but at least you win with your terrible knowledge of tax laws :(
No idea what you're talking about but Starbucks have a strategy of tax avoidance and it's morally if not legally wrong.
if you follow tax law you cant be a robbing thief, business unfortunately no matter how much you don't like it cannot have morals and have to do whats right by law, following the law is legal and that's what they do. Reality is your government don't care about the tax laws or they would have changed them they have had plenty of time to do it. So if a company, like your mate down the pub who uses tax laws to pay as little tax as they can, then you shouldn't be calling them for it.
Entirely disagree. I can absolutely call them out to not find mechanisms to avoid tax, like a lot of UK companies don't and who pay their fair share. Just because they've found a legal loophole doesn't mean they should exploit it nor do I have to accept it. Phillip Green did nothing legally wrong but he knew what he was doing when he sold BHS for a pound

you know what, I don't go after the companies I go after the source, problem is its to easy on a forum to blame the company rather than the people you elect, the problems with tax and there are many of them is that successive governments know about it, 20, 30 years this has been happening and none of them have done a thing about it. Now its easier for them to not, lets those who don't understand laws to deflect their anger like you against the companies. Green was a different animal, trying to tar businesses which employee thousands of people so we don't have to pay them benefits because they follow the law is poor showing. just think how much these companies who pay what they have to actually contribute to the economy, employment, business rates, taxes, rent, increased VAT and NI, other jobs in the food chain the list is endless. If you want to moan, do it in the right place, speak to your MP, send a letter to the Ministers and call them out, but please try and not blaming a company who are following the law. There are two most shocking thing about the whole tax story is the governments lack wanting to fix it and the sad level of knowledge of tax from most of the Tax moaners and their disregard for the business and people themselves.
#16
It doesn't include the Christmas blend filter coffee/ latte.
#17
bowmowb
It doesn't include the Christmas blend filter coffee/ latte.


I can confirm that as I was refused the Christmas blend filter coffee today.
#18
ggfergy
cecilmcroberts
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.
good try, didn't quite make the number one comment but at least you win with your terrible knowledge of tax laws :(
No idea what you're talking about but Starbucks have a strategy of tax avoidance and it's morally if not legally wrong.
if you follow tax law you cant be a robbing thief, business unfortunately no matter how much you don't like it cannot have morals and have to do whats right by law, following the law is legal and that's what they do. Reality is your government don't care about the tax laws or they would have changed them they have had plenty of time to do it. So if a company, like your mate down the pub who uses tax laws to pay as little tax as they can, then you shouldn't be calling them for it.
Entirely disagree. I can absolutely call them out to not find mechanisms to avoid tax, like a lot of UK companies don't and who pay their fair share. Just because they've found a legal loophole doesn't mean they should exploit it nor do I have to accept it. Phillip Green did nothing legally wrong but he knew what he was doing when he sold BHS for a pound
Always find the tax avoidance posts very ironic especially when they say will not shop in (insert company name) because of it. Typed from a PC/Laptop most likely with an Intel Chipset (Tax Avoidance), Microsoft OS (Tax Avoidance) or Apple family (Tax avoidance) or Android Device (Tax Avoidance). Be devote sports followers of whatever sport and guess what most of those top sporting stars also use Tax avoidance techniques. Life is too short. Voted hot btw!
Asus Zenfone 2. Bought direct from China when they came out from a chinese retailer. So No, no irony here.

Guess it must not run an OS from Google then. Hope you paid import duties!
#19
It doesn't. I did. Got any more straws to grasp at ? ;)
#20
cecilmcroberts
ggfergy
cecilmcroberts
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
eslick
ggfergy
Heat for the deal (and I've voted hot) Cold for the tax robbing thieves element.
good try, didn't quite make the number one comment but at least you win with your terrible knowledge of tax laws :(
No idea what you're talking about but Starbucks have a strategy of tax avoidance and it's morally if not legally wrong.
if you follow tax law you cant be a robbing thief, business unfortunately no matter how much you don't like it cannot have morals and have to do whats right by law, following the law is legal and that's what they do. Reality is your government don't care about the tax laws or they would have changed them they have had plenty of time to do it. So if a company, like your mate down the pub who uses tax laws to pay as little tax as they can, then you shouldn't be calling them for it.
Entirely disagree. I can absolutely call them out to not find mechanisms to avoid tax, like a lot of UK companies don't and who pay their fair share. Just because they've found a legal loophole doesn't mean they should exploit it nor do I have to accept it. Phillip Green did nothing legally wrong but he knew what he was doing when he sold BHS for a pound
Always find the tax avoidance posts very ironic especially when they say will not shop in (insert company name) because of it. Typed from a PC/Laptop most likely with an Intel Chipset (Tax Avoidance), Microsoft OS (Tax Avoidance) or Apple family (Tax avoidance) or Android Device (Tax Avoidance). Be devote sports followers of whatever sport and guess what most of those top sporting stars also use Tax avoidance techniques. Life is too short. Voted hot btw!
Asus Zenfone 2. Bought direct from China when they came out from a chinese retailer. So No, no irony here.
Guess it must not run an OS from Google then. Hope you paid import duties!
Wonder what SIM card he uses in it?:D
#21
Roughly 4 - 4.50
#22
Christmas blend not included. Confirmed.

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