Starbucks Will Give You A Free Drink Next Week If You Buy One Today
This is happening today only, so don't miss it!
If you need an extra shot of espresso to fuel all of your Cyber Monday shopping, Starbucks has you covered with a deal of their own for today only: Order your favorite “handcrafted beverage” ahead on the Starbucks app on Nov. 30, and you’ll receive a free drink loaded onto your rewards account for a visit next week.
The deal only applies to grande or larger drinks, and you’ll have to redeem your free drink Dec. 7-13 — so while this is a buy-one-get-one deal, it’s delayed a week.
The free drink credit will be added to your Starbucks Rewards account on Dec. 7. You can use this credit either through the mobile app to order ahead or for an in-person order at your favorite Starbucks location. All you need to do is show your phone to the barista when you order.
There is a $10 limit to the credit on the app.
When you pick up your order, you might want to pop into the store, because Starbucks recently launched this holiday season’s reusable color-changing cups, and they’re chic and fun. There’s a green cup that changes to red when it has a hot beverage in it (for $3), or you can pick up a pack of six color-changing cups with a candy cane pattern for $16.95.
The coffee giant does have one more Cyber Monday deal, and it’s the perfect stocking stuffer for friends and family members who can’t live without their daily stop at Starbucks. Again, for Nov. 30 only, anyone who purchases a $20 eGift Starbucks card will receive a $3 eGift card for themselves.
You can order the eGift cards either through their website or through the Starbucks mobile app. The cards can be loaded with amounts from $5 all the way up to $500. And, if you’re not getting together with friends or family in person this year, Starbucks is making it easy to get the card to the recipient — eGift cards can be sent electronically through email or other platforms including iMessage.
So don’t wait to satisfy that Starbucks craving and get some well-deserved savings for your loved ones and an extra treat for yourself.
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.