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Coffee shops cut their prices

Coffee shop owners claim that new cut-price offers are boosting flagging sales caused by people cutting back on their take-away treats.

1st November, 2008

Coffee shop owners claim that new cut-price offers are boosting flagging sales caused by people cutting back on their take-away treats.

Many cafes and coffee docks have started offering combination deals, with some representing savings of up to 50 per cent for customers.

The Insomnia chain of coffee outlets said it had an extra 100,000 transactions over the past ten weeks, compared to the same period last year, since the introduction of a €5 ‘any coffee,...

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