Here’s How To Save Up To $1,000 A Year On Coffee

By Millie Lester
17th Jul 2018

If you’re buying a coffee every day, then chances are you’re forking out something like $1,460 a year for a daily hit of caffeine. Yep, ouch. But did you know you could be brewing it in your own house and saving yourself up to a $1,000 a year? How is this possible? Coffee subscriptions.

Melbourne is home to some of the best coffee in the world, so it makes sense that like socks, newspapers and meals, you can sign up to get it delivered right to your door. And that’s exactly what’s happening. Right now in Melbourne, coffee roasters are popping up all over the city and most of them come with their own coffee subscriptions. Not only does that mean you’re tasting all the best coffee in the city, but also that you’ll be doing your bit for the environment (and wallet) by enjoying your caffeine hit in a mug at home. 

These are the best coffee subscriptions in Melbourne to help you cut down on costs and waste.

No BS Coffee

These no-fluff coffee connoisseurs source their beans and grounds from only the best roasters in the city. This includes the likes of Code Black, Padre Coffee, Proud Mary, Wide Open Road, Market Lane and Sensory Lab. At No BS Coffee, you can choose from 250g or 500g subscriptions, ground or whole bean, and espresso or filter coffee. And they’ll send it to your doorstep at the beginning of every month for as little at $19.95 (including postage) every 30 days.

Three Thousand Thieves

Every thirty days, Three Thousand Thieves will send you some of the best coffee from all over Australia. This includes Rumble Coffee Roasters, Axil Coffee Roasters, Industry Beans, St Ali, Seven Seeds, Five Senses, and Dukes Coffee. They offer subscriptions of between 250g and 3.5kg each month and also allow you to choose your bean and roast type.

Triangle Coffee

These guys work with the likes of Clark St Coffee, Coffee Bird, Four Rascals and Maker Finer Coffee. You can sign up for between 250g and 2kgs and you can choose to have it delivered either every fourteen or twenty-eight days. Like the other subscriptions, you can choose your been and roast type. Prices start from $19.90 (including postage/

Bean Hunter

If you fancy Padre Coffee, Cartel Roasters, Clandestino Roasters, Axil Coffee Roasters, and Roastworks Coffee Co., then chances are you’re going to love a Bean Hunter subscription. They’ll send between 250g and 1kg of coffee to your door every two or four weeks for as little as $19.90 a delivery (shipping included). You can even get 50% off your first order with the promo code FIRSTSHIPMENT.

Image credit: Griffin Simm

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