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2019-09-12T11:05:12.316Z

The major coffee chain “Tully's” says “in-store eating and drinking” in response to the reduced tax rate that will be introduced in line with the increase in the consumption tax rate next month…



Corresponding to the reduced tax rate Tully's price difference with tax included September 12 20:01

Tully's, a major coffee chain, has decided to make a difference in tax-included prices for “in-store dining” and “take-away” in response to the reduced tax rate that will be introduced in line with the increase in the consumption tax rate next month.

By raising the consumption tax rate from next month, the tax rate will be 10% for “in-store dining”, but a 8% reduced tax rate will be applied for “takeaway”.

About this correspondence, Tully's changed the display of the storefront from the previous tax-included price to the main unit price, and decided to make a difference in the tax-included price between “in-store dining” and “takeaway”.

For example, “Today's coffee” S size, which includes 330 yen including tax, is now priced at 305 yen, “take-away” is 329 yen with an 8% tax rate, and “in-store eating and drinking” is 335 with a 10% tax rate. Make a circle.

Tully's will post a notice on the price change at the store from the 13th to inform customers.

In other coffee chains, “Starbucks” and “Doutor” also make a difference in tax-included prices for in-store eating and take-away, but fast food “McDonalds” and “Sukiya” in beef bowl chains are in-store eating and drinking. The correspondence is divided, such as unifying the price including tax at take-out.

Source: nhk

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