Costa now sells filter coffee from £1.50
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Costa now sells filter coffee from £1.50

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Found 23rd Mar
Had no idea this had launched. Good bit cheaper than previous cheapest drink, the Americano. £1.50 primo size, £1.75 medio and £2 massimo. Decent better than Starbucks and Pret's versions!
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99p in Pret. Or 49p if you bring your own cup.
You mean a normal coffee?
Not this mocha boka choka crud?
Can you remember when you were a kid and you wanted a drink, normally in the middle of playing dobby (thirsty work that) you'd run in and stick yr mouth under the running tap and be on yr merry way. No striding over to the bottle of evian youve carefully set down for such an eventuality. I'm of that generation so when it comes to coffee i tend to wait til I'm near a kettle. And if i want a 'fancy' coffee Mums got a tassimo and you have to stick some money in the jar next to it so she can get the pods.
But im glad i read this because the 49p in pret with own cup is a revelation, that i can swallow. I know this sounds dumb but would that come with milk? I have a contigo travel mug that holds 2 cups, do they use their measurements or just fill to your cups capacity?
rodman5 m ago

kettle is for tea.


Disappointingly no discount if you take your own kettle...
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Terry tibbs talk to me!
Edited by: "scoobydoo888" 23rd Mar
Prefer costa starbucks tastes burnt
Is there an own cup discount?
scoobydoo88812 m ago

Terry tibbs talk to me!



Take it or leave it.

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99p in Pret. Or 49p if you bring your own cup.
Primo medio massimo. We are in uk. Small medium large. Will do
20p at poundland (5 cups for a quid)
You mean a normal coffee?
Not this mocha boka choka crud?
ramraideruk9 m ago

99p in Pret. Or 49p if you bring your own cup.


Many towns and cities don't have pret. 98% of towns have costa!
Still won’t ever spend money there the tax dodging ********
Edited by moderator: "Edited out swearing" 23rd Mar
gazzaphil21 m ago

Still won’t ever spend money there the tax dodging ********


This deal is for Costa, not Starbucks.
1982john44 m ago

Is there an own cup discount?


They only accept mugs in Costa
they really need to change their logo...
Doesn't anyone own a kettle anymore?
watson448 m ago

they really need to change their logo...


Why?
pmjones7916 m ago

Doesn't anyone own a kettle anymore?



kettle is for tea.
rodman5 m ago

kettle is for tea.


Disappointingly no discount if you take your own kettle...
RUSSt1 h, 48 m ago

Prefer costa starbucks tastes burnt


Exactly! Pleased it's not just me.
pmjones791 h, 11 m ago

Doesn't anyone own a kettle anymore?


You sir are a proper coffee connoisseur with a kettle but even you must admit it’s a tough job to try and make a coffee when you are out and about or do you take a flask
DingIs2 h, 29 m ago

You mean a normal coffee?Not this mocha boka choka crud?



Define "normal".

Costa use espresso or variants thereof in most of their menu. Using a filter machine, cafetiere, moka pot, pour over filter, aero press, the turkish method, the greek method, probably a dozen other methods all give you a different coffee from the exact same bag of beans.
Grab a filter coffee from my local Friska each morning for £1, sorry but £1.50 is still cold for me.
OwlEye5 h, 26 m ago

Many towns and cities don't have pret. 98% of towns have costa!


This is very true, and extremely relevant. Therefore- an offer at Costa is of far more value!
gazzaphil5 h, 30 m ago

Still won’t ever spend money there the tax dodging ********


?
Can you remember when you were a kid and you wanted a drink, normally in the middle of playing dobby (thirsty work that) you'd run in and stick yr mouth under the running tap and be on yr merry way. No striding over to the bottle of evian youve carefully set down for such an eventuality. I'm of that generation so when it comes to coffee i tend to wait til I'm near a kettle. And if i want a 'fancy' coffee Mums got a tassimo and you have to stick some money in the jar next to it so she can get the pods.
But im glad i read this because the 49p in pret with own cup is a revelation, that i can swallow. I know this sounds dumb but would that come with milk? I have a contigo travel mug that holds 2 cups, do they use their measurements or just fill to your cups capacity?
fattyflumpalump1 h, 31 m ago

Can you remember when you were a kid and you wanted a drink, normally in …Can you remember when you were a kid and you wanted a drink, normally in the middle of playing dobby (thirsty work that) you'd run in and stick yr mouth under the running tap and be on yr merry way. No striding over to the bottle of evian youve carefully set down for such an eventuality. I'm of that generation so when it comes to coffee i tend to wait til I'm near a kettle. And if i want a 'fancy' coffee Mums got a tassimo and you have to stick some money in the jar next to it so she can get the pods. But im glad i read this because the 49p in pret with own cup is a revelation, that i can swallow. I know this sounds dumb but would that come with milk? I have a contigo travel mug that holds 2 cups, do they use their measurements or just fill to your cups capacity?


Bodum travel mug, they filled it up last time I was in. Milk is given if you want it I suppose, but I don't have it. I like Pret. Nice relaxing experience and feeding/changing facilities are fine for my baby too.
51p more expensive than Pret. Shame, as I would get this at my station.
freedms_stain9 h, 23 m ago

Define "normal".Costa use espresso or variants thereof in most of their …Define "normal".Costa use espresso or variants thereof in most of their menu. Using a filter machine, cafetiere, moka pot, pour over filter, aero press, the turkish method, the greek method, probably a dozen other methods all give you a different coffee from the exact same bag of beans.



Thanks for explaining my point....
freedms_stain10 h, 0 m ago

Define "normal".Costa use espresso or variants thereof in most of their …Define "normal".Costa use espresso or variants thereof in most of their menu. Using a filter machine, cafetiere, moka pot, pour over filter, aero press, the turkish method, the greek method, probably a dozen other methods all give you a different coffee from the exact same bag of beans.


.... and the worst dishwater method of all of them is the filter method!
I'd imagine that about £1.40 profit once they've accounted for costs, labour and taxes. Terrible, and not a deal!
No mention to MacDonald's 99p coffee that tastes great too... Didn't know about Prett's 49p bring your own cup deal...
Costa are so stingy with tissues
I’m a barista and can’t believe people are are saying “make your own”. You don’t go to a coffee shop and then think “I can do this cheaper myself”. If people did that, restaurant’s had better watch out. Also, McDonald’s don’t serve coffee. They serve coffee tasting water
Pret white filter for 49p (usually they give it to you for free as well) is the way forward. Take one with my on my commute, get one in Victoria station and one on the way back from waterloo. 99p a day, bargain

Just for anyone's info - milk is free and they will wash the cup out if you ask.
Edited by: "mattturner756" 24th Mar
So with this could I get a red eye coffee (filter with espresso)
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