Fancy a free cup of coffee? In one of the world’s best cities for coffee? Of course you do.
For one day only, Veneziano Coffee Roasters is giving away literally hundreds of free coffees, as per Time Out.
The coffee spot is doing the giveaway to celebrate 20 years of involvement in Australia’s speciality coffee scene, with co-founders Rocky Veneziano and Craig Dickson eager to involve their customers in the festivities.
Over two decades, Veneziano has served over 1,000 restaurants and cafés around Australia, and has also opened four Veneziano-owned cafés in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, and Brisbane.
If you fancy a free coffee, you’ll have to act fast – the deal is only on offer tomorrow, Wednesday, September 21st, between 7am and 4pm.
Veneziano Coffee Roasters is located at 16 River Street in Richmond, jus a short stroll from the Yarra River.
In other good news for Melburnians, the popular Dining and Entertainment Program has returned to Victoria, which means anyone in the state can get 25% back when $40 or more is spent at restaurants, cinemas, galleries, and many other places.
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The helpful cashback scheme is part of the state government’s wider $200 million campaign to help out small businesses, and for the first time the program is available on any day of the week.
You can save money on restaurants, cafes, pubs, live music shows or art performances, as well as entry into museums, art galleries and amusement parks across the state.
If you fancy taking advantage of the program, simply pay in full for your eligible purchase of choice, and make sure you receive proof of purchase from the business before leaving.
Afterwards, submit this proof of purchase and your full contact information on the Victorian Dining and Entertainment Program claim website here. The 25% rebate will then be credited to your bank account of choice within five business days of your claim being approved.
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