How to Cut Your Coffee Costs in Half While Traveling

If you’re anything like Seth, you can’t quite seem to get your day started off right without a good cup of coffee.  While we’re at home, we have the luxury of waking up to the sound of the coffee maker in the mornings; however, how do you enjoy that same cup of coffee while traveling without having to run by a Starbucks every morning?

Here’s what we’ve discovered works.
Seth swore he would never drink instant coffee–let’s face it, all instant coffees are a poor substitute for the real thing.  Until Starbucks Via Instant coffee.

Getting your hands on hot water is pretty easy; gas stores give it to you for free.  Fill up your to-go coffee cup, pop a Starbucks Via Instant in, stir, and you’re good to go.

Starbucks sells three packets for $2.95 or 12 for $9.95, making the price of a single cup $1 or less!  That’s much better than having to spend $1.75-$2.00 per cup at Starbucks.

Seth is pretty picky when it comes to his coffees, but he says that Via Instant is pretty darn good coffee.  So, cheer up, traveling coffee drinkers!  Grab a Via!

* Photo courtesy of Starbucks Coffee

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One Response to How to Cut Your Coffee Costs in Half While Traveling

  1. Troy says:

    Try the 5 hour energy shot… beats having to make any type of coffee

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