Free cup of tea or coffee and a free newspaper at Waitrose (£10 min spend)
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Free cup of tea or coffee and a free newspaper at Waitrose (£10 min spend)

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Found 3rd Feb
Get a free newspaper and a cup of tea or coffee at Waitrose:


1. Buy a selected newspaper and it's free when you spend £10 or more. See Terms & conditions
2. Become a myWaitrose member and swipe your card at the till when paying for shopping for your free drink. See Terms & Conditions

Chose from The Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Guardian, The Observer, The Sun, The Sun on Sunday, The Times and The Sunday Times.

The newspaper offer is also available online when you shop online and spend £60 or more.
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kamenitzabrit22 m ago

Hmmmm - I'm assuming the coffee is from a press button machine rather …Hmmmm - I'm assuming the coffee is from a press button machine rather than being espresso based and made by a barista, so wouldn't it be more satisfying and possibly cheaper, to go and buy groceries from almost anywhere else, and the money saved will pay £2.35 for a small cap in a Costa where there's free newspapers and wifi ?


Costa? Good coffee?? Barista? How many years apprenticeship for that? I'm question marked out!
On a more serious note I don't find Waitrose too bad for price (await onslaught) if you are choosey about what you buy. Of course it's not the place to do a full shop, so if you don't have a variety of shops to choose from it would be more expensive.
Edited by: "compadre" 3rd Feb
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This isn’t new
Bit late on parade for this one its been like this for a year, I remember when there wasn't a £10 minimum spend Cold from me.
Hmmmm - I'm assuming the coffee is from a press button machine rather than being espresso based and made by a barista, so wouldn't it be more satisfying and possibly cheaper, to go and buy groceries from almost anywhere else, and the money saved will pay £2.35 for a small cap in a Costa where there's free newspapers and wifi ?
Anyone noticed they can't change their pyo picks till March?
I can change mine, maybe you've maxed for this month. As to the coffee buy a banana in the café and have a barista coffee.
kamenitzabrit22 m ago

Hmmmm - I'm assuming the coffee is from a press button machine rather …Hmmmm - I'm assuming the coffee is from a press button machine rather than being espresso based and made by a barista, so wouldn't it be more satisfying and possibly cheaper, to go and buy groceries from almost anywhere else, and the money saved will pay £2.35 for a small cap in a Costa where there's free newspapers and wifi ?


Costa? Good coffee?? Barista? How many years apprenticeship for that? I'm question marked out!
On a more serious note I don't find Waitrose too bad for price (await onslaught) if you are choosey about what you buy. Of course it's not the place to do a full shop, so if you don't have a variety of shops to choose from it would be more expensive.
Edited by: "compadre" 3rd Feb
Hate having to put the suit and tie on to shop there.
What's the point of "been like this for ages" "Bit Late..."? It is a deal and meets the requirements of the site and it is good for members to be reminded or new members to be aware of.

We can all go back to when things were different, just being petty to judge a deal on the past.

For those that might go to Waitrose and want to take advantage of this, enjoy the deal.

Heat added.
If you have to spend £10 it's not free
darren.hardie1 m ago

If you have to spend £10 it's not free


Yes it is. It's just free with qualifying criteria.
darren.hardie9 m ago

If you have to spend £10 it's not free


There's no minimum spend for the drink. It's a bean-to-cup machine - perfectly agreeable.
Did you know you can get free shopping and other deals for using a Tesco club card, Morrisons More card and Sainsbury's Nectar card?
kamenitzabrit1 h, 4 m ago

Hmmmm - I'm assuming the coffee is from a press button machine rather …Hmmmm - I'm assuming the coffee is from a press button machine rather than being espresso based and made by a barista, so wouldn't it be more satisfying and possibly cheaper, to go and buy groceries from almost anywhere else, and the money saved will pay £2.35 for a small cap in a Costa where there's free newspapers and wifi ?


You can go to the coffee shop to get your drink so it is made by a person and also Waitrose coffee has recently come high in best coffee served or something like that 😃. I think its a brilliant service.
Lordmonkeyboy5 m ago

You can go to the coffee shop to get your drink so it is made by a person …You can go to the coffee shop to get your drink so it is made by a person and also Waitrose coffee has recently come high in best coffee served or something like that 😃. I think its a brilliant service.


“Or something like that”. Wow, fake news. Their coffee is the Waitrose house blend, and it’s awful from their machines. That’s if they work.
Edited by: "adz19" 3rd Feb
You don’t have to spend £10 on groceries to get this offer. For example, if you go on a weekend get a Sunday Times at £2.70 and a cup of Latte at £2.50 , you only need to spend another £4.80 to qualify for the £10 spend.
I used to like the coffee from Waitrose but it started to taste cheaper & horrible(in my opinion) so stopped getting it even when it was 100% free (no purchase necessary). A purchase is necessary now though. Still good deal but not to my taste anymore. Thanks.
shoysted17 m ago

See this link... …See this link... https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/waitrose-to-scrap-20-discount-from-pick-your-own-offers-2887834Might explain why....


Cheers for this, that will stop my weekly shop at waitrose!
The £10 spend can include your FREE £2.70 Sunday Times and your FREE £2.35 Latte
Also...save the planet and buy their re-usable ceramic coffee cup at the checkouts...reduced from £3 to £2 (and this would also, on initial purchase, count towards your £10 minimum spend LOL)
Edited by: "tomba" 3rd Feb
The sooner Waitrose stop this offer the better.
I don't want smelly folk buying one grape and quoting the detestable Martin Lewis anywhere near me.
I do like shopping in Waitrose though it's like a naice place not rough like Aldi or Lidl , Good reminder OP !
mritchie1 h, 40 m ago

There's no minimum spend for the drink. It's a bean-to-cup machine - …There's no minimum spend for the drink. It's a bean-to-cup machine - perfectly agreeable.


In my local Waitrose you have to actually go through the checkout before you are given a cup. I usually only go to Waitrose when they have special offers on that make me a saving, ie, recently their half-price event was really good - I did actually check on-line at the other supermarkets to see if some of the items that I wanted to buy in Waitrose, were being sold cheaper, but they weren't.
adz191 h, 34 m ago

“Or something like that”. Wow, fake news. Their coffee is the Waitrose hou …“Or something like that”. Wow, fake news. Their coffee is the Waitrose house blend, and it’s awful from their machines. That’s if they work.


I could not remember where I saw the article, hence me not naming it, I think its a great offer and I normally use the coffee shop so don’t have any problems with the machines.
Long live Waitrose. Hot from me but just out of sympathy for OP. Where were you all this time? The rivers of coffee flown since this offer became available.
Jeezeypeeps4 h, 37 m ago

Yes it is. It's just free with qualifying criteria.


So not free then
Verbal.Kint3rd Feb

What's the point of "been like this for ages" "Bit Late..."? It is a deal …What's the point of "been like this for ages" "Bit Late..."? It is a deal and meets the requirements of the site and it is good for members to be reminded or new members to be aware of.We can all go back to when things were different, just being petty to judge a deal on the past.For those that might go to Waitrose and want to take advantage of this, enjoy the deal.Heat added.


Quite a big point, it used to be free and now it’s a £10 spend since last year so no deal here. I object to being called petty and accused of judging people but at least it shows the type of person you are which thankfully I don’t have the displeasure of meeting.
square725 h, 27 m ago

Quite a big point, it used to be free and now it’s a £10 spend since last y …Quite a big point, it used to be free and now it’s a £10 spend since last year so no deal here. I object to being called petty and accused of judging people but at least it shows the type of person you are which thankfully I don’t have the displeasure of meeting.


Rubbish. Why do you keep trying to compare what was with what is. If you object to being called petty then don't be, or is that concept too simple for you.
darren.hardie5 h, 35 m ago

So not free then


I'd suggest a short course in English comprehension.
Verbal.Kint9 h, 19 m ago

Rubbish. Why do you keep trying to compare what was with what is. If you …Rubbish. Why do you keep trying to compare what was with what is. If you object to being called petty then don't be, or is that concept too simple for you.


Shall I explain it to you slowly ? ITS NOT FREE AND ITS LISTED AS FREE . Is that simple enough for you or do you need diagrams to help you? Not sure why you are trying to defend a -101 degree post when clearly people agree with me but I am sure you have your reasons. Have a nice Sunday.
Edited by: "square72" 4th Feb
nivvy3418 h, 53 m ago

You don’t have to spend £10 on groceries to get this offer. For example, if …You don’t have to spend £10 on groceries to get this offer. For example, if you go on a weekend get a Sunday Times at £2.70 and a cup of Latte at £2.50 , you only need to spend another £4.80 to qualify for the £10 spend.


Not true in my local unfortunately :-( The coffee is from a machine so you cant buy it at checkout.
Edited by: "square72" 4th Feb
tomba3rd Feb

The £10 spend can include your FREE £2.70 Sunday Times and your FREE £2.35 …The £10 spend can include your FREE £2.70 Sunday Times and your FREE £2.35 Latte Also...save the planet and buy their re-usable ceramic coffee cup at the checkouts...reduced from £3 to £2 (and this would also, on initial purchase, count towards your £10 minimum spend LOL)


Also if you “buy” the Waitrose magazine, that is also free for Waitrose card holders & counts towards £10 spend.....And any Pyo or 3 for 2 are included in spend before offer amount taken off if that makes sense?!
I often get £6 off £20 spend vouchers. By the time the freebies are deducted a £20 shop can cost £8-9.....
Edited by: "cazsilver" 4th Feb
Jeezeypeeps22 h, 8 m ago

I'd suggest a short course in English comprehension.


Sod off idiot get a life
Bluedrh4 h, 18 m ago

Sod off idiot get a life


Thank you for your kind and undoubtedly well meaning advice, but I already have a life; I also understand the meanings of simple words, so I guess I'm ahead of you on both counts.
Jeezeypeeps12 h, 50 m ago

Thank you for your kind and undoubtedly well meaning advice, but I already …Thank you for your kind and undoubtedly well meaning advice, but I already have a life; I also understand the meanings of simple words, so I guess I'm ahead of you on both counts.



I very much doubt it
nivvy343rd Feb

You don’t have to spend £10 on groceries to get this offer. For example, if …You don’t have to spend £10 on groceries to get this offer. For example, if you go on a weekend get a Sunday Times at £2.70 and a cup of Latte at £2.50 , you only need to spend another £4.80 to qualify for the £10 spend.


...and if you include the £2 Waitrose magazine (free at checkout with a My Waitrose card) and really you only need to 'spend' £2.80.
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