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To our customers: Decadent Decaf subscription prices are going up this month

As we wrote and warned in our Summer Newsletter email to customers, we need to put up our subscriptions, so that they tally with our current prices (minus your 10% discount for subscribers of course) for our entire Decadent Decaf coffee range.

This is because the subscriptions do not go up automatically as prices increase. As a result, many legacy subscriptions have been at prices from as long ago as four years go before the last few years of £-$ devalution (green coffee is priced in $-dollars, so it's an important factor for the price of decaffeinated coffee) and many years of inflation, etc.

So, this month, we will be manually increasing subscription prices so that they now tally with 2020's current retail prices - minus 10% for subscribers.

If you would like to amend or cancel your subscription, you can do this yourself, by accessing your account or contact us by email and we'll happy to help sort it out for you.

Best wishes,

Guy, Richard, Laura & Greg


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