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Moroccan Classics Teas $35 (Was $50), Merry Berry Meringue Loose Leaf Feature Tin $8 (Was $30) & More + $10 Post @ T2 Teas

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Hello fellow OzBargainers,

I came across these sales online from T2 when I was looking to replenish my stock at home.

what started off as 1 purchase ended up with 6 items to my cart :)
I have added just a few of my favourites below.

Free delivery on orders over $50
For orders under $50 it will cost you $10 for delivery

Baxter's Buns Loose Leaf Feature Cube 2020 was $26 now 10
Macadamia Brittle Loose Leaf Feature Cube was $26 now 8
Hot Jam Brownie Loose Leaf Feature Cube was $26 now $10

Happy savings !!

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    $10 Delivery

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      They do Click and Collect

      • -1 vote

        was just sharing … also if you are in VIC you cant really do a click n collect everywhere

        • +1 vote

          OP also pointed out that it's free delivery over $50.

          also if you are in VIC you cant really do a click n collect everywhere

          Guess you'll have to either buy $50 or stuff or pay $10 delivery then.

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          Their website specifically says "Melbourne stores open for click and collect 11AM-4PM".

          There are plenty of T2 locations throughout Melbourne, especially with the 5KM travel limit being expanded to 10KM now.

  • +3 votes

    Waiting for 50% cashback…

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    thanks got a couple of limited edition cubes for click and collect with the current shopback cashback rate.

  • +3 votes

    If you have Unidays you can get another 10% off.

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    A bit hard to tell which teas are loose leaf and which are teabagged.
    Even after a search on the site and reviews, and a call to the company both the phone rep and I were none the wiser..
    Seems like a good deal but but their website leaves newbies like me (and their customer service) in the dark about their products.

    Any recommendations for tea bagged desert type teas?

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      A bit hard to tell which teas are loose leaf and which are teabagged.

      Which one(s) are you having trouble with?

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        I've only seen the Three Little Teas gift set as teabags and can just make out from the product image that there's 8 bags of each. Want to try their dessert teas but I can't see them offered in bags.

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          If you mean this it's loose leaf tea.

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            @Hintswen: Thanks. On a desktop now and I can see the loose leaf description in your link :)