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Patisserie Valerie logoFREE Patisserie Valerie cupcakeOn your birthday when signing up to 'Cake Club'


Sign up to the Patisserie Valerie 'Cake Club' to get a voucher for one free cupcake (norm £2-£3ish) emailed to you around your birthday. Just show your email in store.

You'll also get 10% off your next visit to any Patisserie Valerie café for registering.

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Patisserie Valerie logoPatisserie Valerie free hot drink (buy 1.20 paper)Get any size tea, coffee or hot chocolate free with newspaper vch

Buy The Daily Telegraph (1.20) any day till Fri 16 Nov 2012 and use the voucher at most Patisserie Valerie cafes to get a free tea, coffee or hot chocolate of any size, including latte, cappuccino and Americano. The larger drinks usually cost about 2.80, so you're saving about 1.60. The voucher is valid on the day it's printed and the following day, except Friday's voucher, which is only valid that day.
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