Paul ups reusable cup discount to 25p but Pret still leads the way- a guide to who’s offering what in the 'money off' coffee stakes

23/01/2018 - 07:00
Following the news that French bakery group Paul had more than doubled the discount it offers to customers who provide their own reusable coffee cups to 25p, we look at who is offering what as high street operators look to cut back on packaging with the ‘latte levy’ looming large on the horizon.

Starbucks-

25p off hot drinks for customers provide a reusable cup

Sells its own reusable cup for £1

Costa Coffee-

25p off hot drinks for customers provide a reusable cup

Sells its own reusable cup for £3

Pret a Manger-

Recently upped discount on hot drinks from 25p to 50p

Plans on introducing a reusable cup later this year

Paul-

25p off hot drinks for customers provide a reusable cup

Sell its own reusable cup for £3.50.

Greggs-

20p off hot drinks for customers provide a reusable cup

Sells its own reusable cup for £2 and gives the first drink on the house for those who purchase the cup.

Caffe Nero-

No discount on hot drinks but instead gives customers an additional stamp on their loyalty card. nine stamps= one free drink

Sells own branded reusable cup for £10 online

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