Grande latte & muffin for £4.00 exlusive to My Starbucks Rewards members at Starbucks Coffee
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Grande latte & muffin for £4.00 exlusive to My Starbucks Rewards members at Starbucks Coffee

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LocalFound 8th Feb 2016
Grande latte & muffin for £4.00
08/02/2016 - 14/02/2016
At participating starbucks stores

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Offer valid from 08/02/2016 until 14/02/2016 inclusive at participating stores in Great Britain only. Enjoy a tall latte and a muffin for £4.00 when you show this email to your barista. Offer can only be redeemed once. Cannot be combined with any other offer or discounts except My Starbucks Rewards. This offer is not available when ordering through the Starbucks mobile application.
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Muffins are 4 for £1.
£4 for coffee and a muffin seems expensive!
Your title states grande(medium) but the TC you wrote states tall(small) which one is it?
I had a message through to say there was 30% off across the menu when using my starbucks card
rubbish coffee too, flash roasted (burned) beans taste vile
Common Sense

Muffins are 4 for £1.£4 for coffee and a muffin seems expensive!



In a coffee shop? Which one please?
benjai

In a coffee shop? Which one please?



Many coffee shops do not charge £4 for muffin and coffee. Go to your local independent.
greggs do offers at times any cake n coffee £2....
Common Sense

Many coffee shops do not charge £4 for muffin and coffee. Go to your … Many coffee shops do not charge £4 for muffin and coffee. Go to your local independent.



Your local independent charges £1 for 4 muffins then?
nathan3007

Your title states grande(medium) but the TC you wrote states tall(small) … Your title states grande(medium) but the TC you wrote states tall(small) which one is it?



Everything was copy-pasted from the email message.
benjai

Your local independent charges £1 for 4 muffins then?



I refer to the total cost of the deal. £2 to £2.50 for coffee and muffin. £4 is expensive. Just my view.

1/4 of the price for this deal:
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Common Sense

I refer to the total cost of the deal. £2 to £2.50 for coffee and m … I refer to the total cost of the deal. £2 to £2.50 for coffee and muffin. £4 is expensive. Just my view.1/4 of the price for this deal:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/chocolate-muffin-regular-latte-99p-burger-king-2391608



I refer to your original comment, "Muffins are 4 for £1."

Which coffee shop that lets you sit down and eat charges that price?
benjai

I refer to your original comment, "Muffins are 4 for £1."Which coffee … I refer to your original comment, "Muffins are 4 for £1."Which coffee shop that lets you sit down and eat charges that price?



My entire quote was: "Muffins are 4 for £1. £4 for coffee and a muffin seems expensive!"
Tesco, Asda coffee shops, and many independent coffee shops, Greggs, Burger King.
Define coffee shop. Starbucks and Costa sell sandwiches, so are not pure coffee shops.

If you want to consider 4 muffins for £1 in isolation you can even buy 4 muffins for £1 in Asda, Morrisons etc and then go to their coffee shop section and eat it, all within the same building! Nobody will kick you out. T

Surely, you do not believe that £4 is cheap. Surely, you accept coffee plus muffin costs much less at many places.
Common Sense

My entire quote was: "Muffins are 4 for £1. £4 for coffee and a muffin s … My entire quote was: "Muffins are 4 for £1. £4 for coffee and a muffin seems expensive!"Tesco, Asda coffee shops, and many independent coffee shops, Greggs, Burger King.Define coffee shop. Starbucks and Costa sell sandwiches, so are not pure coffee shops. If you want to consider 4 muffins for £1 in isolation you can even buy 4 muffins for £1 in Asda, Morrisons etc and then go to their coffee shop section and eat it, all within the same building! Nobody will kick you out. TSurely, you do not believe that £4 is cheap. Surely, you accept coffee plus muffin costs much less at many places.



Failing to answer a simple question 3 times basically says that you admit that the cost of 25p muffins at a supermarket are irrelevant to what Starbucks charges. So I'm glad we agree.

And whilst I don't find £4 for a muffin/coffee to be particularly cheap, I think it's a perfectly reasonable price. For that, I (assuming I wanted to) get a clean real mug and plate, someone to tidy up afterwards and wash up said mug/plate, a comfy sofa and newspaper, free internet and a charging point for phone/laptop.

Which place charges "much less" for all of this? And how much is "much less" than £4? McDonalds charges £2.88 which I don't think is "much less" at all and you don't get anywhere near what I mentioned above. So tell me which place charges "much less" where you get facilities similar to what Starbucks offers. Because if you're not comparing like for like, then there's no point comparing.
Edited by: "benjai" 9th Feb 2016
benjai

Failing to answer a simple question 3 times basically says that you admit … Failing to answer a simple question 3 times basically says that you admit that the cost of 25p muffins at a supermarket are irrelevant to what Starbucks charges. So I'm glad we agree. And whilst I don't find £4 for a muffin/coffee to be particularly cheap, I think it's a perfectly reasonable price. For that, I (assuming I wanted to) get a clean real mug and plate, someone to tidy up afterwards and wash up said mug/plate, a comfy sofa and newspaper, free internet and a charging point for phone/laptop. Which place charges "much less" for all of this? And how much is "much less" than £4? McDonalds charges £2.88 which I don't think is "much less" at all and you don't get anywhere near what I mentioned above. So tell me which place charges "much less" where you get facilities similar to what Starbucks offers. Because if you're not comparing like for like, then there's no point comparing.



I have answered your questions, if you bother to read.
£2.88 is 28% less (not much less?). How about Burger King @99p. This is 25% of the price. I did mention this
The best one can do is compare coffee and muffins generically and not by brand as Starbucks is a brand.
Even Greggs is less than £2.50.

Enjoy your £4 Starbucks. At what price is it a bad deal? £6, £10, £100? There must be a point it is a poor deal.

The public have voted this cold at £4. Argue to your hearts content.
Ah yes sorry, £1.12 at 28% is actually peanuts to me; I didn't realise that it was a lot of money to you.

I will indeed enjoy my Starbucks; I and many others regularly pay full price so £4 represents a deal. You too should go ahead and enjoy your 25p muffins smuggled into the cafe area of Asda.

I'm also glad that you blindly follow the public, otherwise there's no room for other's to excel. Good for you.
benjai

Ah yes sorry, £1.12 at 28% is actually peanuts to me; I didn't realise … Ah yes sorry, £1.12 at 28% is actually peanuts to me; I didn't realise that it was a lot of money to you.I will indeed enjoy my Starbucks; I and many others regularly pay full price so £4 represents a deal. You too should go ahead and enjoy your 25p muffins smuggled into the cafe area of Asda.I'm also glad that you blindly follow the public, otherwise there's no room for other's to excel. Good for you.



Great. I do not eat Muffins as they have too much sugar. Starbucks sugar content is also high. I commented on a poor deal. I consider it a poor deal. This does not mean I cannot afford the cost. Do not make assumptions on the wealth of others. If you found out the truth you may be shocked.
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