Love Teavana’s tea? Then you will be delighted to know that this weekend, you can secure absolutely free shipping on any order, with no required minimum purchase!
- Coupon Code: WINTERWKND
- Discount: free shipping on any order
- Expires: 25th January 2015
Do you ever just not feel like leaving the house, especially to get something so trivial as tea? I love tea and I drink a lot of it but I’m not the biggest fan of wasting gas just to go grab myself some tea.
With this being said, I love no minimum free shipping offers for this exact reason. There aren’t very many items on sale right now at Teavana but if you have a favourite tea and don’t want to leave the house to go get it, then this promotion is for you.
Browsing around Teavana’s site, I was looking for a new tea to try and stumbled on the Wild Orange Blossom Herbal tea. Although it’s one of the cheaper teas that you can get as it’s $6.98 for 2oz, the description makes it sound absolutely delicious with its hibiscus flowers, rose hip peels and citrus slices. Here’s what one happy tea sipper had to say about it:
Wonderful way to start the day with loads of energy! Great to get the stomach working after meals!
When I mentioned Teavana’s coupon code for free shipping to a friend of mine who loves their teas, she recommended the Moroccan mint green tea. It’s $4.98 per 2oz and features a refreshing spearmint flavour. I have to admit that I would normally not even consider trying a green tea with a minty flavour but according to my friend, it’s not too overpowering and is a tea that her entire office has been obsessed with recently. A happy reviewer had this to say about it as well:
I was hesitant to order this tea because I’m not a big fan of green tea. I know it has huge health benefits though so I though I’d give it a try. I LOVE THIS TEA! I drink a cup every evening and it just sets the mood for a relaxing evening. It is quite smooth and the spearmint is just the right level – not too strong but still present. I’ve recommended this to everyone who will listen.
Moosers, what is your favourite tea at Teavana?
(Image Credit: Steve Snodgrass)