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2017 Black Friday Sale

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Hi All,

I'm happy to announce the What-Cha Black Friday sale, which starts now and runs until the end of Monday November 28th.

You can get 10% off everything with the following coupon code:

FRIDAY2017

In addition, all orders which are over £50 (about $66.50) in total (before the code has been applied, which equates to £45 after), can choose to receive a free 50g bag of one of the following:

  1. Vietnam GABA High Mountain Oolong Tea
  2. Vietnam 'Medium-Roast Jin Xuan' Red Oolong Tea

Orders over £75 (about $99.50) in total before discount, can upgrade the free 50g bag to:

  1. Vietnam Gui Fei Oolong Tea

Simply write in the order comments which 50g bag you would prefer and I'll add it in for you. If no comment is left, I will add in a bag at random.

Please note, the 50g bag will replace the usual free sample(s).

Free international shipping applies as usual for orders over £35 (about $46.30) in value.

Thanks,

Alistair

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