Costa Coffee is selling all of its iced-coffee drinks for just 50p this week.
To mark its 50th birthday, the chain is offering a mega discount to all of its Costa Coffee Club app users.
It will offer a range of iced beverages for less than a pound from Tuesday to Thursday.
Aside from the Fruit Cooler and Frostino range, all other cold drinks can be purchased for 50p for three days this week.
A Costa Coffee 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.
"Whether you are meeting a friend in the park for a coffee and a catch up, or just want to pick up a handcrafted Iced-Latte, Costa Coffee has you covered!"
The chain offered a 50p promotion on its hot drinks back in April.
But this promotion is open to new and existing registered Costa Coffee mobile app users.
Don't worry if you haven't already downloaded the app yet as you can do it just before you head to your local Costa.
You can do this by downloading it free from Google Play or the App Store.
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Costa reopened its outdoor seating areas in England on April 12 along with government guidelines.
Each store has protective equipment, hand sanitiser stations with floor signs and Perspex screens at counters.
The chain also introduced designated pick-up points for mobile order collections.
Those visiting drive-thru services will see a one-of-a-kind serving hatch installed to ensure customers can pick up their orders safely.
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