WIN! Your Morning (And Afternoon!) Coffee For Free For An Entire Month

Less cards, less hassle, more coffee

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There's nothing that gets us going in the morning quite like a caffeine hit.

Whether an Americano or double espresso, that wonderful cup of joe can turn us from a groggy anti-social bear to a productive member of society in less than 30 minutes.

A coffee addiction can be tough on the wallet though so we've teamed up with the folks at Dublin Barista School to give one of you lucky people free coffee for an entire month.

Say what?

Yep, to celebrate the launch of its new LoyLap, the speciality coffee shop on South Anne Street is giving one Lovin Dublin reader free coffee every day for one month (max. two per day).

And better still, anyone who downloads the app will get €5 in credit – so there's free coffee for everyone in the audience!

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How does this app work?

The LoyLap works like a credit system so you top it up with cash and it's scanned on each purchase, eliminating the need to scramble for change on the way to work in the morning.

You'll get an extra 20% free with each top-up (so €10 magically becomes €12) and after you buy nine coffees, your tenth is free!

Sold! What do I do next?

  1. Download the Loylap app.
  2. Set up your account & card details. Choose the 'Remember me' button, as this will save all of your information and means you wont have to put your details in every time.
  3. Top up your card with €10 credit. DBS will add €5 automatically, so your new balance will be €15!
  4. Scan the app when you order and it will automatically update your balance. No need for cash.
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So, what about that free coffee?

To be in with a chance of getting your coffee fix for free, just enter your details below!

Written By

Marie Madden

Marie recently took over as Editor of Lovin Dublin. Having entered the 'this place is too loud' phase of her life, she spends her weekends on a quest to find the perfect bottle of red wine and rates coleslaw as one of the great evils in the world.

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