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A morning bagel doesn't feel complete without a cup of coffee to go along with it, but you might find that you're spending a little too much money if you add a cup of joe to every bagel you order. But if you live near a Bruegger's Bagels, you're in luck. You can now get a free cup of coffee for the rest of the year with a purchase of a Bruegger's bottomless mug club membership.
The membership launched on Nov. 1 and is available for purchase through Jan. 31, 2018. Guests who purchase the mug receive unlimited drip coffee, tea and soda refills for the remainder of 2017 and throughout 2018, for the total of one year. Prices vary by location, but they range from $149 to $209 for the year, averaging at about $185 for most locations.
If you're someone who likes a standard drip coffee every morning, this deal is right up your alley. But if you prefer fancy espresso drinks, you might want to think twice about the membership: It doesn't apply to espresso drinks, smoothies and other fancy beverages.
Some locations will also let you fill up with hot chocolate or chai tea, but it's totally dependent on your local Bruegger's location.
So is the deal really worth it? Well, it depends on how much coffee you drink. According to The Penny Hoarder, if you buy one small coffee every workday and you work five days a week, you’d spend $519.39, plus tax. Buying the bottomless mug could help you save over $300 on coffee during the year. Plus, you're not limited to one cup a day—in fact, you can get refills every 30 minutes.
If this sounds good to you, the mugs are available for purchase through Jan. 31, 2018 or while supplies last. Although you sadly can't split the deal with a friend—the mugs are only refillable to its rightful owner — you can purchase one as a gift, and with the holidays just around the corner, you might have just found the perfect gift for your java-loving friend.