Starbucks® can get pretty expensive, especially if you stop there every day! But, that won’t be a problem for you anymore, because we’ve got some amazing tips to help you save money and score freebies at Starbucks®. Read on to know more.
Join the Starbucks Rewards™ program: Wondering why? As a Starbucks® Rewards member, you get to earn free drinks and food, regardless of whether you pay with your credit card, cash, or a gift card. Getting started is pretty easy. You can sign up for the program online or through the app. Once you’re a member, you’ll receive Stars each time you pay for an order. As you keep accumulating Stars, you can start redeeming them for Rewards.
Look out for specially marked Starbucks® bags: Like drinking home-brewed coffee? No worries because you can still get that Starbucks® experience by purchasing whole coffee beans or ground coffee from Starbucks®. Just ensure the bags have stickers that mention you can earn Stars on your purchase. Many items only offer a single Star, but some can give you as many as 10 Stars.
Keep a lookout for Double Star Days: Order something in Starbucks® on a Double Star Day and you get to double the reward Stars. How awesome is that? We recommend signing up for Starbucks® email alerts so you don’t miss out on such days.
Get your birthday treat: One of the biggest reasons to join the Starbucks® Rewards program is that you get a freebie on your birthday! All members get this and you can redeem it for pretty much anything on the menu.
Grab the free refills: If you make your purchase with a Starbucks® gift card or the app, the barista will likely hook you up with free refills! So, get your fill of caffeine while you’re there.
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