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The Pret a Manger hack that can offer you free coffee for a month

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Coffee lovers have the opportunity to enjoy a month of free coffee thanks to a new Pret a Manger offer.

The coffee chain has a new subscription that gets you five drinks a day for £ 20 a month, but under their terms you can treat yourself to a free deal.

As part of the subscription, Pret a Manger offers new customers their first month for free when they register, reports The Mirror.

To get the free drinks, all you need to do is sign up for the Pret Coffee subscription service and agree to the registration fee of £ 20 per month, at least initially.

But according to Martin Lewis MoneySavingExpert website, you can cancel the subscription after the free month and not have to pay a dime.

Pret charges your account a fee of £ 1 – used to verify that your account is real – but these are refunded after three days.

The cafe chain then emails you a QR code that you can show cashiers on your smartphone to receive your free drinks.

Almost all branches of Pret A Manager are part of the program, with the exception of:

  • Rugby gas stations
  • Southgate gas station
  • South Mimms service station
  • University of Warwick

The offer includes all hot and cold drinks prepared by the staff, but nothing in a bottle or can. It also excludes certain smoothies, such as cocoa, almond butter and banana, raspberry, mango and ginger, and avocado, mango and ginger flavors.

However, you can design your coffee however you like, as all additional milk substitutes, syrups, and shots are included.

This means that coffee lovers can enjoy 155 glasses per month for free.

But even if you use the subscription after the free month, it can still save you money. A Pret Latte costs £ 2.75, so if you buy two a week it will cost you £ 22 a month. Having a subscription would save you £ 2 per month, or £ 13 per month if you buy three per week.

Pret launched its subscription service last year to compensate for people who do not enter its stores during confinement.

It has also started selling frozen croissants and granolas in Tesco stores as part of a “cook at home” range.

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