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Free Large Coffee Voucher with purchase @ Harris and Hoole
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Free Large Coffee Voucher with purchase @ Harris and Hoole

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Posted 23rd Jan 2018
Buy any hot drink (any size) download the free Harris and Hoole app, then once you purchase your drink in-store just scan the barcode on the app and you will receive a instant voucher for ANY SIZE - ANY HOT DRINK for free!

And If that’s not enough we also send you a free coffee once you’ve made your first purchase.

The app is available in all app stores.

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Literally no branches anywhere. I did visit one in Guildford. The coffee is okay, but I wouldn’t go out my way for it.
jaydrs23rd Jan

Literally no branches anywhere. I did visit one in Guildford. The coffee …Literally no branches anywhere. I did visit one in Guildford. The coffee is okay, but I wouldn’t go out my way for it.


Quite a few in the south east (Hertfordshire).I visit them fairly often, it's pretty decent with a good atmosphere and they've got a good rewards program.

You'll only really find these in Tesco stores now. A lot of them got bought out by Cafe Nero because they weren't making that much money.
I'm confused, after your first purchase you would get a voucher AND a free coffee?
Sounds like there is a spend required, so not really a freebie?
CrashOverride23/01/2018 21:09

I'm confused, after your first purchase you would get a voucher AND a free …I'm confused, after your first purchase you would get a voucher AND a free coffee? Sounds like there is a spend required, so not really a freebie?



You get it after you purchase your first.
Either way it is a freebie, since they're not charging you for the second one.

It's buy one get one free effectively.
Edited by: "teh.arn" 24th Jan 2018
teh.arn24/01/2018 11:45

You get it after you purchase your first.Either way it is a freebee, since …You get it after you purchase your first.Either way it is a freebee, since they're not charging you for the second one.It's buy one get one free effectively.


I would describe a 'freebie' as something that requires no spend to get. A BOGOF is a deal, is it not?
CrashOverride24/01/2018 11:57

I would describe a 'freebie' as something that requires no spend to get. A …I would describe a 'freebie' as something that requires no spend to get. A BOGOF is a deal, is it not?


BOGOF as in Buy One Get One FREE?


It's a free drink after your initial spend.

Or you could be pedantic and say everything in Freebies isn't actually free because:

1 - You need to have booked a flight and bought a suitcase to take advantage of this 'Freebie'.
2 - You need an electronic device or Kindle to be able to use this 'Freebie'
3 - You need an Android device to be able to download and use this 'Freebie'.



etc etc

Or you can just say that none of those are 'Freebies' because you've got to be able to use your computer/phone etc to be able to see this site and take advantage of the vast majority of these 'Freebies'.
Edited by: "teh.arn" 24th Jan 2018
teh.arn24/01/2018 12:15

BOGOF as in Buy One Get One FREE?It's a free drink after your initial …BOGOF as in Buy One Get One FREE?It's a free drink after your initial spend.Or you could be pedantic and say everything in Freebies isn't actually free because: 1 - You need to have booked a flight and bought a suitcase to take advantage of this 'Freebie'.2 - You need an electronic device or Kindle to be able to use this 'Freebie'3 - You need an Android device to be able to download and use this 'Freebie'.etc etcOr you can just say that none of those are 'Freebies' because you've got to be able to use your computer/phone etc to be able to see this site and take advantage of the vast majority of these 'Freebies'.


What a ridiculous response, you know exactly what I mean.

Appreciate you posting it though as there's one local to me, just sounds like we've got a different opinion on this one.
Edited by: "CrashOverride" 24th Jan 2018
CrashOverride24/01/2018 12:28

What a ridiculous response, you know exactly what I mean.Appreciate you …What a ridiculous response, you know exactly what I mean.Appreciate you posting it though as there's one local to me, just sounds like we've got a different opinion on this one.



I didn't post it and it's literally the same argument you put forward.
So if you think it's a ridiculous arguement I agree, it was your arguement after all.......
teh.arn24/01/2018 13:30

I didn't post it and it's literally the same argument you put forward.So …I didn't post it and it's literally the same argument you put forward.So if you think it's a ridiculous arguement I agree, it was your arguement after all.......


(when I said posting, I meant the deal)
teh.arn24/01/2018 15:02

Yep, I know that.


Ah, now that is my mistake! Apologies

I assumed as you got so passionately upset about my comment you'd posted it and I'd offended you somehow. (not my intention at all, to clarify)
Edited by: "CrashOverride" 24th Jan 2018
CrashOverride1 h, 42 m ago

Ah, now that is my mistake! Apologies I assumed as you got so …Ah, now that is my mistake! Apologies I assumed as you got so passionately upset about my comment you'd posted it and I'd offended you somehow. (not my intention at all, to clarify)


Bit odd to suggest that me criticising your flawed way of thinking was some one being 'Passionately upset'.
I guess you don't have much interaction with people?
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