Starbucks - 50% Off Mugs, Tumblers & Decorations (in-store only)
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Starbucks - 50% Off Mugs, Tumblers & Decorations (in-store only)

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Found 20th Dec 2015
I visited the Hounslow branch of Starbucks this morning and discovered that the mugs, tumblers and (tree) decorations have been reduced by 50%. May be store specific, but worth a check if you are local to a store.

Frappuccino Cup with Straw - £5.97
Christmas Polar Bear Plastic Tumbler - £5.47
Stainless Steel Tumbler - £8.25
Christmas Mug - £5.47
Tree Decoration - £2.97

There are also a couple of items on sale online, with 20-40% off, but you need to spend £50 for free delivery
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wouldn't mind a mug to bad i don't drive by any on the way to work
Hot for anyone who still supports them.
(_;)
Easy Action Baby

Hot for anyone who still supports them.(_;)



That must be millions then since sales are up.
Even better if it will stack with the Nationwide rewards 50% back on a £15 spend!
eslick

That must be millions then since sales are up.


UK sales fell to £405.6m from £408.7m in 2014.
Profits are up and tax paid is down! Its complicated.
telegraph.co.uk/fin…tml
Starbucks is tax cheat. We don't need such business that don't pay their tax and keeps all the bucks they made using TAX HEAVEN tactics.
50% off .....still overpriced tat.
rikesh_

Starbucks is tax cheat. We don't need such business that don't pay their … Starbucks is tax cheat. We don't need such business that don't pay their tax and keeps all the bucks they made using TAX HEAVEN tactics.


6 hours and 38 minutes, you win the prize for most uninformed comment.

Please read up on UK tax laws and specifically the legality of tax avoidance (not morality), then investigate companies including Cadburys, Vodafone, Acer, Amazon, eBay, Disney, Apple, E.on, Google, HP, Kingfisher, Mattel, Nike, Nokia, Unilever, Sony, Asda... and Starbucks. The list is endless.

Let's hope (1) you are not supporting any of the above referenced companies and (2) paying all taxes that you are due to pay.

NB: I believe the word you were looking to use is haven, not heaven. But then again, perhaps that was a Freudian slip (_;)

Merry Christmas.
Edited by: "BrianJamesKelly" 20th Dec 2015
rikesh_

Starbucks is tax cheat. We don't need such business that don't pay their … Starbucks is tax cheat. We don't need such business that don't pay their tax and keeps all the bucks they made using TAX HEAVEN tactics.



It doesnt seem to stop people buying there coffee tho eh.......every branch I passed in Glasgow today was packed with a long queue unlike other chains.....
Cold from me, I don't support multinational companies that don't pay their taxes.
Multieman

Cold from me, I don't support multinational companies that don't pay … Cold from me, I don't support multinational companies that don't pay their taxes.


Wanna bet... If you don't use one of these brands; I'll eat my hat: unilever.co.uk/bra…spx
Easy Action Baby

Hot for anyone who still supports them.(_;)


Looks like people have ever since they voluntarily paid a large sum of tax. Starbucks just had their biggest ever UK profit this year.
Easy Action Baby

UK sales fell to £405.6m from £408.7m in 2014.Profits are up and tax paid … UK sales fell to £405.6m from £408.7m in 2014.Profits are up and tax paid is down! Its complicated.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/12051730/Starbucks-UK-brews-a-jump-in-profits-but-pays-less-tax.html



i was talking about global sales
forbes.com/sit…es/




Multieman

Cold from me, I don't support multinational companies that don't pay … Cold from me, I don't support multinational companies that don't pay their taxes.



I support companies in the uk that employ people and pay taxes they have to, I don't support tax "experts" who blame the companies when the tax laws are written by the government who have known the tax laws weren't correct for decades, yes decades. Wonder why the government haven't closed the loop holes, probably because the tax "expert" keep deflecting the noise from the government to the companies
eslick

i was talking about global sales … i was talking about global sales :)http://www.forbes.com/sites/greatspeculations/2015/11/02/starbucks-ends-the-fiscal-2015-with-stronger-comparable-store-sales/I support companies in the uk that employ people and pay taxes they have to, I don't support tax "experts" who blame the companies when the tax laws are written by the government who have known the tax laws weren't correct for decades, yes decades. Wonder why the government haven't closed the loop holes, probably because the tax "expert" keep deflecting the noise from the government to the companies


Typical, go blame the government. Are you also an avid Labour supporter that works for Starbucks?
Same half off offer at Golder's Green store when I was in there yesterday too.
Multieman

Typical, go blame the government. Are you also an avid Labour supporter … Typical, go blame the government. Are you also an avid Labour supporter that works for Starbucks?




Who do you think makes the laws with all of these holes, got nothing to do with politics as I said it's been going on for decades. As I said tax "experts" blame the companies people who understand know who the fault is at but you try to make this a political argument about who I vote for which has nothing to do with the argument
The only mugs left in Starbucks are the customers
I love Starbucks coffee thanks will look tomorrow can't stand costa coffee
Lol if we all looked into every company or shop before stepping in we wouldn't buy anything.Thanks OP for the post
pudding

Lol if we all looked into every company or shop before stepping in we … Lol if we all looked into every company or shop before stepping in we wouldn't buy anything.Thanks OP for the post


Couldn't agree more!
hot or cold? simple. why bother having an argument about taxes? just click a button n move on
I only go to Starbucks now for free vitality drinks
30% in my local Starbucks
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