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[Davids Tea] Davids Tea up to 50% off

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[Davids Tea] Davids Tea up to 50% off

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I'm a little confused. Is it up to 50% off of the sale price of an item?

Seems like the posted sale price is the final price.
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any recommendations?
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wassupguy wrote: I'm a little confused. Is it up to 50% off of the sale price of an item?

Seems like the posted sale price is the final price.
As far as I can tell from adding a few items to the shopping cart and proceeding to check-out, prices are already marked down, so there is no additional discount.
Also, at the top of the Sales page, it states "Save big on select teas and accessories! Prices shown are already marked down. All sale items are final sale."
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David's tea...if one is looking for natural tea, you may be disappointed as most of their selection contain artificial flavors in them
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ShinNoodles wrote: As far as I can tell from adding a few items to the shopping cart and proceeding to check-out, prices are already marked down, so there is no additional discount.
Also, at the top of the Sales page, it states "Save big on select teas and accessories! Prices shown are already marked down. All sale items are final sale."
Thank you for clarifying! The title confused me as it said "50% off sale item". So I was looking for a code or something for the additional discount.

The $10 shipping charge kind of kills the deal unless you order $50 or more...
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spena wrote: any recommendations?
As another poster has mentioned, lots of selection of teas, most contain natural flavour and additional sugar.

I only pick up the odd white tea or matcha once a year but my favourite tea is the organic roasted gyokuro.

Try a cup before you buy 50g or more (of whatever tea) so you don't bring home something you won't enjoy.
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Throat Rescue is my favorite from David's but it's sadly not on sale.
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el pollo diablo wrote: This page lists their teas that do not have any added flavouring: http://blog.davidstea.com/en/flavouring-in-tea/
Sorry longtime lurker, never a poster. Only chiming in because I used to work there. But, their "artificial flavouring" isn't chemicals or actually artificial, it just means they made a flavour from different ingredients. For example, pineapple flavouring could have been made from two different fruits to mimic the flavouring of pineapple. Their teas are actually quite good quality and they invest a lot of money into ensuring their tea producers are organic. Hope that helps :)
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ericasin wrote: Sorry longtime lurker, never a poster. Only chiming in because I used to work there. But, their "artificial flavouring" isn't chemicals or actually artificial, it just means they made a flavour from different ingredients. For example, pineapple flavouring could have been made from two different fruits to mimic the flavouring of pineapple. Their teas are actually quite good quality and they invest a lot of money into ensuring their tea producers are organic. Hope that helps :)
Yes, that's basically what the site I linked explains. I actually like a lot of the flavoured teas from David's. I was just providing the info for those that want it. :)

I think the prices for these clearance items are the same price in store (if they still have stock). I definitely bought some of the Sleigh Ride tea in store during Boxing Week for the same price.
Saving a fortune is not the same as having a fortune, unfortunately.

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