Free coffee/tea/hot chocolate in Debenhams mon-fri after 2pm, every day for 30 days when you subscribe to the Telegraph (free for 30 days then £2)
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Free coffee/tea/hot chocolate in Debenhams mon-fri after 2pm, every day for 30 days when you subscribe to the Telegraph (free for 30 days then £2)

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Edited by:"Woogass"Found 15th Nov
Subscribe to the daily telegraph premium online subscription, free for 30 days (£2 there after) cancel at any time before charge kicks in.

With the subscriber reward card you can go into any Debenhams and claim your free coffee, 1 per visit mon-thurs after 2pm
Idea for Xmas shopping period, a free pit stop!

You may choose from all teas, black coffee, caffé latte, cappuccino, caffé mocha, espresso and hot chocolate.


Terms and Conditions

1. Expiry date March 31, 2018

2. Does not include large drinks, hot chocolate supreme, seasonal speciality drinks and iced drinks.

3. One drink per visit, per Subscriber Rewards Card, per transaction, after 2pm, Monday to Friday.

4. Free drink valid for Telegraph subscribers on presentation of Subscriber Rewards Card.

5. Offer excludes concessions restuarants and cafes. Not valid in Costa, Insomnia, Joe & The Juice, Chi Kitchen, James Martin Kitchen, Nando’s, Franco Manca, The Real Greek, Smokin’ Joe’s Diner, Creams or FIZZ! by Frizzenti

** Monday to Friday (and not Thursday)
** It's free coffee, tea or chocolate, not just coffee
7 Comments

Hmm. Buy the Telegraph and go into Debs every day for a coffee, or go into Debs every day for a coffee and read their copy of the Telegraph.

Just a warning, you need to call them to cancel, which is ok but not as easy as to email. I normally email and cancel DD for Radio Times and other trials. At least it's a free number but I'm sure they will try the hard sell and ask why you want to stop reading such a quality paper

5. Cancellation Policy

To cancel your subscription please call us free on 0800 316 3656 (UK only). Lines are open 9am-5pm Mon-Fri, 9am-1pm Sat. Closed Sundays & Bank Holidays.Your cancellation will take effect at the next payment date. Your entitlements and subscriber benefits will remain active until this date. There are no refunds for unused parts of your subscription. To ensure that no further payment is taken, cancellation must be processed at least 48 hours before the next payment is due. International subscribers can cancel online.

Sid.Harper3 h, 5 m ago

Hmm. Buy the Telegraph and go into Debs every day for a coffee, or go into …Hmm. Buy the Telegraph and go into Debs every day for a coffee, or go into Debs every day for a coffee and read their copy of the Telegraph.



Or just go for a coffee and completely avoid anything to do with the Telegraph? I know which option would make me feel cleaner...

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bleachingshane41 m ago

Or just go for a coffee and completely avoid anything to do with the …Or just go for a coffee and completely avoid anything to do with the Telegraph? I know which option would make me feel cleaner...


You must be rich! Don't have to read, just subscribe.
Why look on here for bargains if you have the money to not bother?

Woogass19 m ago

You must be rich! Don't have to read, just subscribe.Why look on here for …You must be rich! Don't have to read, just subscribe.Why look on here for bargains if you have the money to not bother?



Haha, nah, not rich (if I was, I'd probably read the Telegraph and be a nasty person!) and definitely up for free hot beverages where I can get them.
I just won't have nowt to do with the Telegraph and their terrible politics (but fair enough to get a free coffee out of them and NOT pay them a penny).

And besides, there's no need to get on the defensive about your deal, I voted hot. Before I realised it had anything to do with that terrible newspaper
Edited by: "bleachingshane" 15th Nov

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bleachingshane24 m ago

Haha, nah, not rich (if I was, I'd probably read the Telegraph and be a …Haha, nah, not rich (if I was, I'd probably read the Telegraph and be a nasty person!) and definitely up for free hot beverages where I can get them.I just won't have nowt to do with the Telegraph and their terrible politics (but fair enough to get a free coffee out of them and NOT pay them a penny).And besides, there's no need to get on the defensive about your deal, I voted hot. Before I realised it had anything to do with that terrible newspaper


Cool, not on defensive, just wondering why. I'd probably be the same over The Sun lol

Woogass21 h, 35 m ago

Cool, not on defensive, just wondering why. I'd probably be the same over …Cool, not on defensive, just wondering why. I'd probably be the same over The Sun lol


And so any sane person should be (anti-The Sun!)
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