Are you ready to get free coffee and start saving money with these Starbucks® saving hacks? Here are some super easy Starbucks® tips and tricks for your next visit to Starbucks®
Score Free Starbucks® Gift Cards from Swagbucks®
By joining Swagbucks®, you could earn free gift cards every month. Swagbucks® offers free Starbucks® Gift Cards for watching videos, taking surveys, playing games, getting shopping rewards, and more.
Use Free Gift Cards from Survey Junkie
You could start collecting Starbucks® Gift Cards when you take surveys with Survey Junkie. After you reach 1,000 points, you can cash out your points for a $10 Starbucks® Gift Card!
Join Starbucks Rewards ™ for Free Drink Refills in-store + a Free Birthday Drink
Every time you pay for your drink with the Starbucks Rewards™ App, you may earn Stars towards more Free Starbucks® drinks.
Order a Misto with 2 Pumps of Chocolate and skip the Mocha
Instead of ordering a Mocha, order a Misto with 2 pumps of chocolate. This is an insider tip from a Starbucks® barista. By doing this, you’ll save about $1.00 because your drink is made of drip coffee instead of espresso shots, but the taste remains the same.
Order a Latte and Add Chocolate Syrup
If you’re using the Starbucks® app and trying to collect rewards, don’t order a mocha. Instead, order a latte and add chocolate syrup. Though it’s the same recipe and price, ordering a mocha, may not earn your reward points when you’re on a ‘Latte Star Dash’, even though a mocha is just a latte with chocolate syrup.
Order Espresso Shots Only
If your go-to drink is an iced coffee or an iced latte, instead order shots in whichever cup you prefer, then add the milk or half and half at the condiment stand. You’ll end up with the same drink, but ordering the individual shots instead, comes out a lot cheaper!
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