Costa Coffee is selling hot drinks for 50p this week to celebrate its 50th birthday

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Costa Coffee is offering massive discounts on a range of different drinks this week.

As part of the brand’s 50th-anniversary celebrations, customers will be able to grab a coffee for just 50p. Incredibly, this offer extends to any hot drink, so there’s no excuse not to get involved.

If you’ve been looking for a non-alcoholic way to celebrate the end of lockdown, this may well be it.

Costa Coffee 50p drinks Hot drinks are now just 50p at Costa Coffee (Credit: Alamy/FinnbarWebster)

50p Costa Coffee drinks

The limited time only offer is available this week between Tuesday and Thursday. In order to take part, customers will have to download the Costa app and make their purchases online.

Incredibly, the offer extends to the chain’s full menu of barista-made hot drinks. This means that even the more premium items will be available for an affordable 50p price.

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In a statement, a Costa spokesperson said:

“We are delighted to continue our 50th birthday celebrations by bringing Costa Coffee fans this amazing offer of ANY barista-made hot drink for just 50p.

“We know it’s been a tough start to 2021 for many and we want to bring some joy to our customers this spring, especially at a time when lockdown restrictions are easing, and we now have an opportunity to catch up with friends and family.”

Even though many of us might have cut back our coffee habits recently, this is certainly one way to hit the high street with style.

Costa 50p offer The Costa Coffee offer extends to all hot drinks (Credit: Alamy/Erkhan Mehmet)

Costa’s 50th birthday

Founded in London in 1971, Costa has grown to become one of the most successful brands in the UK.

Today, the restaurant has a whopping 3,800 locations around the world, employing over 18,000 people. Branches can be found in China, the UAE, Egypt and The Philippines.

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In addition to coffee, Costa serves a variety of hot and cold snacks. These include cakes, pastries, sandwiches and crisps, making it a popular destination to grab a quick bite.

The company is currently a subsidiary of Coca-Cola and generates a revenue of around £1.17 bn. Small wonder they can afford to sell drinks for 50p for two days a year.