Introducing our new "Subscribe & Save" purchasing option

June 20, 2017

Introducing our new "Subscribe & Save" purchasing option

Save Money with our New Subscribe & Save Option

How it works

You can now save a massive 60% on your order of Cho-Yung Tea by choosing our new "Subscribe & Save" option when ordering! That's 60% of each and EVERY order of tea! You can choose to have your tea delivered ever 1, 2 or 3 months, and you are in complete control of your subscription so you can pause or cancel at any time from your account area. 

The minimum period of subscription is 1 month and lasts up to a maximum of 12 months, when the subscription will automatically end. However you can simply order again to start a new subscription.

How to Order

Go to the product you wish to order, then click on the "Subscribe & Save" option. Now select the monthly recurring period, every 1, 2 or 3 months, and finally select the quantity of products you want each order. So if you are ordering 3 of our double pack every 3 months, you will receive 6 packs of tea every 3 months.

SAVE 60% TODAY!






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