Costa Coffee Deals
0 Current Deals
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*.
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Latest Expired Deals
'Free' £5 M&S/Costa/Primark gift card
2,000 available for new Groupon customers spending £10+
If you join daily deals site Groupon* and spend £10 or more until 11.59pm on Sun 3 Mar, you'll get a free £5 e-gift card for either M&S, Costa Coffee, Primark or Sports Direct. There are 1,000 available and the deal will end early if all are claimed.
Groupon says a few deals are excluded - eg, when we looked, restaurant chains Bella Italia and Frankie & Benny's - but it wasn't able to provide a full list. So you may be unlucky with this and find the code won't work on what you wanted to buy.
How to do it
First, create a new account* and then enter the code EGIFT at the Groupon checkout when making your first £10+ purchase (remember to check the code has been accepted). THen after placing the order, you'll get an email asking you to choose one of the four e-gift cards.
You should then receive a second email by 11.59pm on Sun 10 Mar with the digital gift card attached for you to print or show on your smartphone at your chosen store.
Note: You'll need to opt-in to receive Groupon emails to get your £5 gift voucher.
For more freebies, see our round-up of Hot Bargains, Deals & Steals.
IMPORTANT - THIS DEAL HAS EXPIRED
This deal has expired - you can't get it any more. We've kept it here for reference.
FREE £1, £3 or £5 Costa voucher
Via online game. Or enter to win a year's worth of coffee
If you visit the Costa 'Catch a Wish' website, you can play a simple online game to get a voucher for £1, £3 or £5 valid at most Costa locations (excluding Costa Express, stores in Northern Ireland) until Mon 31 Dec.
You can enter once between Mon 10 Dec and Sun 16 Dec, and once again between Mon 17 Dec and Fri 21 Dec, when the promotion ends. See full T&Cs.
The total number of prizes is 420,004, which includes:
- 390,000 x £1 vouchers
- 20,000 x £3 vouchers
- 10,000 x £5 vouchers
- 4 x 'Free coffee for a year' (about £949 worth)
Costa says the monetary value of each prize is allocated randomly. When we tried, a £1 voucher was emailed to us immediately. You can scan the included barcode in Costa stores straight from your phone, or you can print it if you'd like. The vouchers expire on Mon 31 Dec.