expired Free Keepcup (RRP $26) by Purchasing $20 Meal at Midtownmelbourne

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Simply spend at $20 at Mister Close, $20 at Pad Thai or $15 at Sushi Jin & receive a BONUS KeepCup!

Redeem at the point of purchase – ends 4 February or when stocks are exhausted, whichever occurs first!

Some retailers & transactions excluded. VIC residents only. Starts: 08/01/2018. Ends: 04/02/2018. Max 1 entry per person, per transaction, per day.

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Comments

  • +23 votes

    RRP $26

    Lol

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    I got a similar cup from Nespresso when I tried the new Vertuo

  • +4 votes

    I have a few of this cup, the plastic one, extremely easy to clean, soap uo, rinse. 10 seconds job.

  • +3 votes

    I read that as Free Ketchup, thought that was a bit lean for an OzBargain deal

    • +7 votes

      thought that was a bit lean for an OzBargain deal

      Nothing is too lean for OzBargain.
      Even if the complimentary product is worth 1c, everyone on OzB loses their shit and orders.

  • +5 votes

    I've got the plastic and glass versions of the KeepCups, and they are a really good product. This is a good deal!

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    Location: 246 Bourke St, CBD

  • +2 votes

    The fine print confirms it's a "KeepCup 12oz/340ml in Black".

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    Got a free plastic keep cup from Jamaica Blue and use it almost every day. So easy to clean, great how it can be watertight and keeps coffee hot without burning your hands :)

    Assuming the glass one is the same quality. Great deal!

  • +3 votes

    They ran out at the sushi place

  • +1 vote

    I think every effort is better for the environment. Recycle, compost, whatever. The plastic coating in every 20 paper cups disposed is equivalent to one keepcup. It's meant to be reused as long as possible. Almost though not all the cups are manufactured in Victoria - less carbon footprints, more Aussie jobs. Of course using your existing thermal flasks or ceramic mugs works just as good, don't have to buy. I just think it's a good habit to cultivate. Also baristas usually have their own measures for size of coffee so no problem with that.

    • -1 vote

      It's just a marketing ploy making someone richer…

      I'd rather spend efforts to degrade plastic bags (especially the thick ones from JB, Myers, etc)
      Removing glitter and exfoliating plastics that get dumped in our waterways.
      Thick babywipes that are flushed and never degrade

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        Every year Australians use 1 billion disposable coffee cups - only the ACT recycles them. Estimates put this at 60,000 kilograms of plastic waste per annum into landfill.

        You're telling me KeepCups are a ploy? Jog on.

        • -1 vote

          Oh God, another dudd that's just performing some Googling and decided to flare up with a pre-biased view.

          1.) Most coffee cups are recyclable, for a period of time they weren't MOST are now.
          2.) The entire coffee cup isn't plastic, seems like you've never bought coffee. it's a very thin lining of plastic. For the cups that aren't recyclable, large portions of it still are except the plastic bits.

          Now let's have a debate, what is more of a concern:

          A.) Plastic Bags which 99.9% of the population acquire through retail, grocery and other shopping which are 100% non-recyclable
          B.) Coffee cups which are consumed by ~60-70% of the population which MOST are recyclable where the non-recyclable ones are 25% recycled still?

          I think you should Jog on and not return to this thread

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    Says VIC residents only, but do they actually check? Going to be down in Melbourne for the next couple of days so may try getting in on this

    • +1 vote

      you will be found out instantly

      too risky

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      I doubt they’d know; grabbed one at Pad Thai earlier.
      all you have to do is fill in a form which is name, email, store purchased from and amount. And they staple your receipt to it and keep it.

  • -1 vote

    Those cups are so stupid. They leak and eventually get mouldy!

    • +3 votes

      uh, you're meant to wash it.

      Anything will become moldy if you leave food/drink in it without washing it.

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        I wash it thoroughly. First under the tap after I rinse it and soak it overnight, then I put it in the dishwasher by itself so coffee doesn't tarnish the food taste using other dishware washed in the same dishwasher.

        Yeah you get the idea.

        • +1 vote

          I seriously hope you're joking.

          Anyway, I give mine a rinse before/after every use and a scrub monday morning and I've never had mould in one. I did go on holidays and forget about it, it grew a nice jungle, but again a scrub and it's good to go again.

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          @freefall101:
          Sweet idea, stop the plastic but waste water and flush more detergent in our waterways, mad idea trickster

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          Are you joking? Also maybe yours is leaking as you have put the lid in and washed in dishwasher too hot and warped the seal? Hand washing is adequate

  • +1 vote

    Real OzBargainers don't buy takeaway coffee they make their own with coffee machines and BCG820 grinders :P

  • -2 votes

    You can’t pre-order with apps using your own cup. Not to mention all the carrying and washing. Huge inconvenience due to environmental correctness.

    If keep cup is a thing, bring your own box when ordering takeaway.

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      "Either do it all or don't bother trying to reduce single use containers at all" what a ridiculous attitude. Everyone can start somewhere and reuseable coffee cups are a great place to start for something much of the population consumes every day.

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      Not to mention all the carrying and washing

      LOL

  • -2 votes

    Not a fan of the concept, don't want to carry around a cup - I don't carry a purse, manbag or backpack. Take time and relax a little, sit a drink a coffee in a reusable cup (that someone else washes - and an industrial dishwasher that will be more environmentally friendly than you washing it at the sink).

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    Marked as expired - are they all gone?

    • +1 vote

      Yep. If you take a look at the promotion page, it says it's all sold out, and another promotion starts on Feb 5th.