Starbucks Ground Coffee 200g bags £2.50 and get a Free Latte worth up to £2.75 at Starbucks (Incl. Welcome Break sites). Available at Tesco/Ocado/Asda/Waitrose
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Starbucks Ground Coffee 200g bags £2.50 and get a Free Latte worth up to £2.75 at Starbucks (Incl. Welcome Break sites). Available at Tesco/Ocado/Asda/Waitrose

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Found 1st Dec 2015
How it works:
You buy any of the below bags of coffee (Ground or beans) for £2.50 from ASDA/Tesco/Waitrose or Ocado and when you are finished with the bag, instead of binning it, take it to your local Starbucks and exchange it for a FREE Tall Latte - On Welcome Break Motorway sites, a tall latte is £2.75 now so they are effectively paying you 25p to buy this coffee (If you would actually pay £2.75 for a coffee)

Obviously the vouchers are available at all sites, but I mention the Welcome Break ones because they are the most expensive and most cost effective way to use them if you were buying coffee at WB sites normally. I think on Starbucks owned "Non premium" sites, they are about £2.30 each for a tall latte.

Starbucks Colombian Ground Coffee (200g)
Starbucks House Blend Ground Coffee (200g)
Starbucks Caffe Verona Dark Ground Coffee (200g)
Starbucks Fairtrade Espresso Coffee Beans (200g)

These are normally £3.50 each.

Hope this helps some fellow coffeeholic's
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I'm a committed coffeeholic, but prefer to use chains with British roots like Costa and Caffe Nero - those who love O'Barmy can of course use American themed establishments if they so wish, this being a freeish country so far.
For packs of coffee I prefer Douwe Egberts which was founded in the Netherlands, and can be bought around a pound per 100g.
cop a tassimo machine
Aldi coffee is rich and aromatic and just 1.79 so way cheaper and good taste too.... It was a WHICH best buy
Cups of tea and coffee are free at Waitrose anyway once you get a Waitrose card. No need to spend any money contrary to some belief!
so is this valid in any store or just motorway ones?
ASD007

Aldi coffee is rich and aromatic and just 1.79 so way cheaper and good … Aldi coffee is rich and aromatic and just 1.79 so way cheaper and good taste too.... It was a WHICH best buy


I'd rather pay the extra 79p for a Latte at Starbucks and get a much nicer coffee than the dishwater the Aldi coffee makes
BM sell 250g ground coffee Cafe de Paris. 99p.
blackburn_w

so is this valid in any store or just motorway ones?


Any, I made a mess when explaining it in the OP - you can use it in any but is more cost effective to use on motorways if you would normally buy them on the motorway.
blackburn_w

so is this valid in any store or just motorway ones?



Have you been to the big BM store in the Whitebirk park yet?!
kev1986

I'd rather pay the extra 79p for a Latte at Starbucks and get a much … I'd rather pay the extra 79p for a Latte at Starbucks and get a much nicer coffee than the dishwater the Aldi coffee makes



​so maybe you know better than the coffee tasting experts, lol
ASD007

​so maybe you know better than the coffee tasting experts, lol


Maybe? I tried it and I prefer Starbucks to it.
Costco had Lavazza ground coffee 500g for £2.99 last week. fantastic coffee for your filter machines
Decent offer but decided against it walking round with an empty coffee bean bag daft offer... But worth it it you can be arsed...
I buy Starbucks beans from Ocado and have had this deal for a while now. You can add the extra to make your latte into a caramel, vanilla etc. Or some Starbucks let you pay the difference and have a red cup Christmas coffee. It's worth it for me to carry the empty packet in my bag.
kev1986

I'd rather pay the extra 79p for a Latte at Starbucks and get a much … I'd rather pay the extra 79p for a Latte at Starbucks and get a much nicer coffee than the dishwater the Aldi coffee makes



With that much milk added to a coffee, I'd sooner go to McDonalds and get a banana milkshake.

Starbucks burn their coffee to make the sweet milky drinks. It is horrible coffee when drunk black.
I've not bought a starbucks coffee all year. The beans aren't as good as illy but your basically getting them for free. Very few London shops allow you to pay for an upgrade but Soya milk is free. Some just give you a larger coffee if you offer to pay but I've given up asking now. If anyone knows how they should ring the extra up?? If they don't charge, I put the money in the tip-jar. Nobody checks the date of expiry but they can be used 30 days after expiry date. My last batch from Tesco's a few months ago has a Feb 2016 expiry so stock up Not all starbucks take them, just company owned stores in my experience. I've found a few motorway (M25 Xtra) and station shops that won't take them as they are franchise stores.


Edited by: "dré." 1st Dec 2015
kev1986

Maybe? I tried it and I prefer Starbucks to it.



If you knew good coffee at all you'd know how crappy Starbucks coffee really is. The beans are over roasted and the baristas don't really know what they're doing which is why all their coffee has that horrible burnt toast aftertaste.
good offer op ignore the coffee snobs.
kev1986

Maybe? I tried it and I prefer Starbucks to it.


What makes you think they are experts and have any more knowledge than your average coffee drinker?
matski_98

If you knew good coffee at all you'd know how crappy Starbucks coffee … If you knew good coffee at all you'd know how crappy Starbucks coffee really is. The beans are over roasted and the baristas don't really know what they're doing which is why all their coffee has that horrible burnt toast aftertaste.



Starbucks tastes like a Starbucks. Costa tastes like Costa. Not bad not good but taste like you expect every time. If you want "Single batch, roasted on the day and served by a Hipster" then best to avoid the chains.
kamenitzabrit

I'm a committed coffeeholic, but prefer to use chains with British roots … I'm a committed coffeeholic, but prefer to use chains with British roots like Costa and Caffe Nero - those who love O'Barmy can of course use American themed establishments if they so wish, this being a freeish country so far.For packs of coffee I prefer Douwe Egberts which was founded in the Netherlands, and can be bought around a pound per 100g.


Thanks for telling us all your coffee preferences.
I collected about 10 bags already.
But seriously, the latte made at several different Starbucks in Sheffield are all really really really awful!
cjabingham

Cups of tea and coffee are free at Waitrose anyway once you get a … Cups of tea and coffee are free at Waitrose anyway once you get a Waitrose card. No need to spend any money contrary to some belief!


How about petrol price I need to pay to get there?!
Have you read the "16 Dilemmas Only People Who Have The Free Coffee At Waitrose Will Understand" at buzzfeed? It was hilarious!

buzzfeed.com/sco…fee
chenzz

How about petrol price I need to pay to get there?!Have you read the "16 … How about petrol price I need to pay to get there?!Have you read the "16 Dilemmas Only People Who Have The Free Coffee At Waitrose Will Understand" at buzzfeed? It was hilarious!http://www.buzzfeed.com/scottybryan/i-just-want-my-free-coffee#.qobgXOKYd


My friend in Leeds walks to his as it is only about 15 mins walk!
downvoted since I posted this too
hostime

downvoted since I posted this too


Huh? He posted before you.
dark_shadow

Huh? He posted before you.


Yes, point? That's why I downvoted.
hostime

Yes, point? That's why I downvoted.


Haha.

Get back to school kiddo.
These were 99p each a while ago in Tesco as they had been reduced to clear and scanned as teabags for 99p as they were past the BBE date.
I posted the deal! And it was voted pretty hot!
In 2014
kamenitzabrit

I'm a committed coffeeholic, but prefer to use chains with British roots … I'm a committed coffeeholic, but prefer to use chains with British roots like Costa and Caffe Nero - those who love O'Barmy can of course use American themed establishments if they so wish, this being a freeish country so far.For packs of coffee I prefer Douwe Egberts which was founded in the Netherlands, and can be bought around a pound per 100g.


You should use the non-chain, independant coffee shops and support your local economy. As a bonus they are likely to use real, freshly roasted coffee and have a passion for the coffee itself and the best way to serve it.
Costa, Nero etc is awful, stale bitter 'coffee' that is borderline undrinkable once you're used to the real thing
Morrisons use fresh beans in their cafes and charges £1.60 for coffee and £1 for a small pot of tea. They should do free hot water refills like in the USA. Actually the USA and Canada do free refills of tea and coffee where you pay for it. In diners, coffee is free! Much better value in eating out in the USA.
cjabingham

Morrisons use fresh beans in their cafes and charges £1.60 for coffee and … Morrisons use fresh beans in their cafes and charges £1.60 for coffee and £1 for a small pot of tea. They should do free hot water refills like in the USA. Actually the USA and Canada do free refills of tea and coffee where you pay for it. In diners, coffee is free! Much better value in eating out in the USA.


Sadly the cost of a flight to America for a free coffee is way off my starbucks in the uk... I will stick to starbucks thanks.
Worst coffee to drink black...tastes burned.
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