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Another monthly coffee subscription launches… and it’s cheaper than Pret

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10/09/2020
Leon has launched a monthly coffee subscription to rival Pret A Manger’s offering, but it’s cheaper by £5 a month.

The healthy fast food chain has launched its ‘unlimited coffee’ subscription service which costs £15 a month.

However, it limits users to 75 coffees across a 30-day period and it excludes teas, hot chocolate and other deals and discounts such as the breakfast meal deal.

Customers can buy the subscription via the website where a unique code will be released. It can only be redeemed via Leon’s Smart Order which is its click & collect equivalent. It’s not available via kiosks or tills.

Just last week, Pret announced it was to launch a monthly coffee subscription service costing £20 a month, with the first month free.

The ‘YourPret Barista’ service launched on Tuesday 8 September, with a maximum of five coffees per day. It said the scheme was an attempt to get customers back in the door after suffering significant losses amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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