I love a good glass of Iced Coffee, but hate paying the high prices! The first place I head to for a glass of Iced Coffee is my local Coffee House. This runs me about $3.75. Yikes! That can really add up if you’re drinking a few cups a day. So, for the budget-savvy coffee lover, I recommend International Delight Iced Coffee!
You can enjoy a glass of yummy Iced Coffee and save big at the same time! Let’s take 1 glass (16 oz.) of Iced Coffee a day during the week at $3.75 per glass, multiplied by 5 days. That’s $18.75 a week on Iced Coffee alone. Ouch! That could definitely hurt one’s budget! So, how do you enjoy Iced Coffee without dinging your budget?
It’s simple! Head to your local grocery store and pick up a half gallon container of International Delight Iced Coffee. A half gallon container will cost you around $4.99 and contains 8 servings (1 cup per serving) – that’s equivalent to 4 cups of Iced Coffee from the Coffee Shop. This is so much more affordable than your $3.75 cups of Iced Coffee from local coffee shops. You would normally spend $18.75 on 5 glasses of Iced Coffee (1 per day during the week). If you drink the same amount of International Delight Iced Coffee, you’re looking at spending only $5.99 per week. That’s saving you $12.76 per week – approximately $51.04 per month!!!!
Plus, with your purchase of International Delight Iced Coffee, you may receive additional coupons to add to the savings! For instance, on our purchase, an additional coupon for 75 cents off a purchase of International Delight Iced Coffee. How sweet is that?!!
There are three flavors available of International Delight Iced Coffee: Original, Mocha, and Vanilla. Refrigerate your Iced Coffee and when you’re ready to drink it, pour it in a glass with ice and enjoy!
Throughout this campaign, I will have a widget showing how much money participating bloggers have saved by drinking International Delight Iced Coffee. You can find the widget on the right side of my blog!
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias All opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.
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