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Costa Coffee logo50% off Costa 'Frostino' iced drinks (norm £4ish)In participating stores Mon-Thu from 3-6pm, no vch needed

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Costa Coffee is running a half-price Frostino (blended iced drinks) 'happy hour' Mondays to Thursdays (excludes Fri-Sun) from 3pm to 6pm until Thu 3 Aug. 

No voucher needed, just go in, order your Frostino and you'll be charged half the usual rate. They're normally £3.50 for the smaller 'Primo' size or £3.80 for the larger 'Medio' size, so this is a good saving if you'd buy it anyway. Extras aren't included, eg, syrup - see full T&Cs.

While this is a decent deal, if you rely on a daily caffeine fix to perk you up, check out our Demotivator tool to see how much you're spending every day, and see our free tea and coffee page to find out if you could save even more. Have your own cup? See our blog on how you could use it to save 25p every time you visit Costa (or Starbucks and some Pret stores).

This offer is available on the following Frostino flavours:

  • Coffee Banoffee Frostino
  • Belgian Chocolate Frostino
  • Mint Choc Chip Frostino
  • Caramel Fudge Frostino
  • Strawberries & Cream Frostino 

Where can I get this offer?

Costa says the happy hour will only be available in participating stores (those in motorway services, airports and hotels do not usually take part in these offers). Check the Costa website for a full list of participating stores.

But what about the ice?

Since the recent news that bacteria had been discovered in many high-street coffee chains, Costa has released a statement detailing the changes it has made to address the issue.

It said “immediate action” was taken to update its ice-handling procedures, and that stores had been deep-cleaned by specialists (including the ice machines).

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Costa Coffee logoCosta Coffee: MoneySaving tips and tricksIncluding 25p off when you use your own cup, app offers

Ongoing

There are always ways to save money at Costa Coffee, so even if there isn’t a cracking deal out there that works for you, don’t assume you can’t cut your costs further.

Ways to save include:

  • Offers for Costa card holders. If you pick up a free Costa loyalty card, you can earn five points per £1 spent - you'll also get 100 bonus points for registering your card online. Each point is worth 1p, and when you've enough points you can claim a free treat. You can also register via the Costa card app to get the same benefits, including offers, bonus rewards and unlimited free Wi-Fi in store (normally capped at 30minutes).
  • 25p off if you use a reusable cup. If you bring a reusable cup, you can get 25p off your drink. It doesn't have to be a Costa cup, but it helps if it's a similar size to those offered by Costa. The cheapest reusable cup sold by Costa is £3, so if you'll use it more than 12 times you'll have made your money back.
  • Saving the planet. Costa will now recycle any brand of paper takeaway cup in 2,000 of its locations, so it's worth asking if you pass one on the way to work or home if they're participating if you forget to bring your own cup.
  • Check out similar coffee chains. If you’re not committed to Costa Coffee, see our Caffè Nero and Starbucks pages, where you may find a better deal. Also check out our free tea and coffee page to see if you could get your beverage free elsewhere.
  • Had a problem with Costa Coffee? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Costa Coffee*.

If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know. Email us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com or via MSE Facebook and Twitter @MSE_Deals.

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Costa Coffee logoCosta Coffee 2for1 medium iced drinksChoose from coffee, fruit or lemonade-based ice drinks

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Simply walk in to any stand-alone Costa Coffee on selected Fridays between 2-6pm and when you buy any one of 20 medium-sized iced drinks, you'll get another free. The offer's valid on these Fridays only: 24 May, 7 and 21 June and ends on 5 July. Medium iced drinks usually cost £3.50. Even motorway service stations ARE included.
More info
Excludes concessions eg at gyms and Waterstones. Iced drinks are available in the following flavours:

  • Coffee cooler
  • Mocha cooler
  • Original lemonade
  • Peach lemonade
  • Strawberry lemonade
  • Raspberry and cranberry lemonade
  • Iced latte
  • Iced speciality latte
  • Iced mocha
  • Iced cappuccino
  • Iced americano
  • Strawberry and cream creamy cooler
  • Raspberry and white chocolate creamy cooler
  • Belgian chocolate creamy cooler
  • Vanilla creamy cooler
  • Sticky toffee creamy cooler
  • Red berry fruit cooler
  • Tropical fruit cooler
  • Mango and passion fruit fruit fooler
  • Orange and raspberry fruit cooler.

The drinks must be ordered at the same time. Extras will be charged and this offer can't be used with any other promotion. Costa points are awarded on the paid for, but not the free drink.

Costa Coffee logoCosta Coffee 2for1 Christmas drinksSimply walk in 2-5pm, no voucher's needed

Expired
Buy any one of seven medium-sized Christmas drinks at Costa on Wed 28 Nov between 2-5pm and get another free. It excludes motorway service stations.
More info
Medium Christmas drinks cost £2.75-£3.25 and are available in the following flavours:
  • Salted caramel latte
  • Praline & cream latte
  • Gingerbread latte
  • Creme brulee latte
  • Black forest hot chocolate
  • Frosted mint hot chocolate
  • Honeycomb hot chocolate

The drinks must be ordered at the same time. Extras will be charged and this offer can't be used with any other promotion. Costa points are awarded on the paid for, but not the free drink.
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