A coffee delivery service that promises to deliver your groceries, household items, and household essentials at a price that is “just right” to you, at a fraction of the cost of traditional coffee shops.
The service, called the Coffee Express, has been rolling out to more than 30 locations across New York City and Boston, with plans to expand to other cities.
The company, which is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, says it’s now in the process of expanding to more cities, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia.
The move has also opened up the company to criticism from those who say it is a rip-off.
The Coffee Express is a coffee delivery option that promises you a cheaper coffee than a traditional coffee shop.
But the service’s customers are finding it hard to make ends meet while trying to get the service to deliver their orders.
NPR has learned that some customers have been unable to get a free cup of coffee in several cities, while others have complained about a slow or inconsistent service.
Coffee Express customers say they’re paying more for a cheaper cup of coffees.
NPR found that while customers were able to get free coffee in New York and Boston they were unable to find free cups of coffee at other cities in the country.
The Coffee Express did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
NPR’s Jessica Smith reports.
The coffee delivery business is a new one, and it’s been a challenge to figure out how to make it work for everyone.NPR found that in New Jersey, people have been able to find a free or discounted coffee on their way to work.
NPR also spoke to customers in Chicago who were able a free coffee at their local coffee shop and had to call in an additional $25 to get one.
In San Francisco and Boston customers were also able to access free or reduced prices for coffee, but the company did not offer a discount for those who ordered in advance.
In Boston, coffee orders that are placed between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., according to the CoffeeExpress website, will be delivered to customers’ doorsteps in less than two hours.
At some of the locations, customers can also be sent free samples or a limited number of free cups if they have their order placed before noon.
At the other locations, the service charges a $10 fee if customers place an order before 1 p.n.M. that day.
But customers have found that they can’t make ends come if the service is slow.
“It’s frustrating because it’s really important that coffee be quick,” said Michelle Sargent, a business analyst at real estate research firm CBRE.
“I think if you’re buying something, you’re going to want it to be quick and it should be done on the same day, not just in a weekend or a week.”
Sargent said that she’s also been getting emails from customers complaining about a coffee shop in New Hampshire that she called for a cup of joe in order to get her delivery to go through.
“They said they were getting very upset about the fact that the service wasn’t quick enough, that it wasn’t on time, that they couldn’t get a cup, and that it took longer than usual to get it,” Sargenter said.
“When you’ve got customers saying that, that’s really upsetting.”
While many people have reported receiving the free cup or sample of joes, the company’s website says customers can expect to pay between $4.75 and $9.95 for a free drink of espresso, $5 for a drip coffee, and $6 for a hot cup.
“Coffees are sold on a per-cup basis, and if a customer is interested in a cup and they want to pay for it, they’re welcome to do so,” the company said.
The company’s founders have said that they are using the service because they are “experienced and knowledgeable about the local coffee markets,” and that they have had customers order a cup for them for a lower price than they were originally charged.
But many customers are upset about not being able to take advantage of this service, saying they were expecting to receive a free beverage or sample before they were even able to order their order.
In New York, some customers are getting frustrated that they aren’t being offered the free samples they were promised.
“We’ve been very disappointed in the way that this coffee delivery company has been handling our order,” said one customer, who asked that her name not be used.
“My coffee was already ordered on the day of the service and they were very rude to me.”
One customer said the company should have been more courteous with the customer.
“The customer was so nice and helpful,” the customer said.
The customer added that he was also disappointed in how the service was handled.
“No one has even contacted me since we