If you are a Pret a Manger fan and fancy getting a month's worth of coffee and smoothies for free, then you may want to read on.
That's because we're here to tell you that the coffee and sandwich chain has a subscription service where a loophole means you can get up to five coffees – or other drinks – a day, for free.
Those who sign up to the Pret Coffee subscription service, which costs £20 a month, are offered the first month free, and according to a moneysavingexpert.com, you can just cancel after you've had that – without paying a penny.
After you register and sign up for the subscription service, you're emailed a unique QR code to scan at the checkout when you order your drink in store.
The offer is available in almost all Pret shops across the UK, excluding just five – South Mimms Services, Cherwell Valley Services, Rugby service station, University of Warwick and Southgate service station.
It will allow you to redeem up to five barista-made drinks a day – but only one at a time, every 30 minutes.
This includes any hot or cold drink that's been made by a barista, including smoothies, frappes, coffees, teas, hot chocolates and iced drinks.
It won't however work on any bottled or canned drinks you can buy.
However, milk alternatives, syrups and extra shots are also included with the subscription.
The drinks are priced from around £1-£3.50 each, so you could basically get up about £17 worth of totally free drinks a day, for a whole month. What a money-saving deal, right?
Those using the service will need to enter their payment details at the checkout, but won't be charged until your next payment is due a month later.
You can reportedly cancel at any point during your first free month as long as it's before the renewal date, and you shouldn't be charged for the next month.
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These cancellations can be done from your online account or via the app, under the 'manage subscription' section.
You'll also still receive your free drinks until your renewal date, so if you're planning to do this, you may want to cancel sooner to make sure it's done.
The loophole comes after one shopper this week explained how she paid just £9 for £61 worth of Costa and Marks & Spencer goodies.
Paige Whysall, who works in admin for the local government, said she used the Too Good To Go app to bag the impressive bargains.
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