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  • Flirting and freebies at Pret
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Flirting and freebies at Pret

Ever been given coffee on the house at Pret? Felt your soul warmed by such a spontaneous act of kindness from a faceless corporate giant? That’s the idea. Freebies at Pret are part of corporate strategy, with employees encouraged to give them to the customers they take a shine to. 

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