Advantages: nice coffee, not too crowded, tasty sandwiches Disadvantages: quite pricey, staff not always that good.
...Costa Coffee is much less well known than Starbucks. Their coffee is delicious and is made in 'true Italian style.? All the coffee is made from freshly ground beans and it?s nice to know that it is Fair-trade. They also serve tea and hot chocolate that is also fair-trade.
History: Costa was developed by two Italian brothers in the 1970?s. The first shop opened in London in 1978 and there are...
Advantages: Something for nothing Disadvantages: Redeeming/Points per Pound/Encourages custom and money spending!
...The Costa Coffee Club loyalty/reward card is a new incentive offered by the company. It is available to be picked up in any of their stores, as I have done recently. They are ready to go as soon as you pick one up, and can use it with your current transaction.
The loyalty scheme now offereed by Costa gives you 5 points for every pound spent, with each point being worth a penny. Unfortunately...
Advantages: Rewarded for coffee and food purchases Disadvantages: No points awarded for items totaling less than £1
...points, but bearing in mind that the price of a medium capuccino costs £2.50 the points earned on this visit is 10 points. So you will need in theory at this level of spend, to visit the coffee shops 25 times.
You will not get points if the spend is less than £1. i.e there was an occasion where I ordered a packet of crisps and I received no points.
Costa coffee club card versus Caffe Nero loyalty...