For the past month, Bumble has been teaming up with a London juice bar to offer its users the chance to “boost” their breakfast with a free cup of coffee.
Every Monday, juice bar Press has been running an exclusive offer with the female-focused dating app, by giving out free lattes to Bumble users around the capital.
The free coffees are available at four Press locations in Soho, Broadgate Circle, Selfridges and St Pauls, where each user can pick up one 8oz Golden Latte free of charge.
Speaking about the partnership, Bumble said: “We’ve teamed up with the hottest juice bar in the city to give you an extra buzz at the beginning of your week!
“Press will be offering Bumble users a Free Golden Latte for Bumble users every Monday in March.”
In recent weeks, Bumble has released a number of new features for its users to enjoy.
Earlier this month, the dating startup released a new update and launched its BFF feature, which lets users swipe through profiles and connect with people they would like to be friends with.
In addition to searching for romantic connections, users can now can switch to BFF mode, which will automatically change potential love interests to people of the same sex that Bumble thinks you would get along with.
And ahead of the upcoming US presidential election, Bumble also added politically-themed filters that users can place over their profile pictures to represent their party.
Using the new filters, people on the app can show support for their chosen party, which also helps them to make better informed decisions about who they match with on the app.
Find out more about the new filters here.