Update Dec. 14, 2017: It appears this deal has “sold out” and Starbucks is no longer sending out coupons. But you can still enter to win Starbucks for life—see details below!
Starbucks is offering buy one, get one free holiday drinks from now through Christmas Eve—and we’ve got all the details on how to take advantage of this limited time deal.
All you have to do is go to a participating Starbucks from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. any day between now and Dec. 24.
When you buy one handcrafted beverage, you’ll get another one for free.
First, though, enter your mobile number on the Starbucks website so they can text you a link to your single-use coupon.
Better yet, tell all your friends to enter their phone numbers, too, so they can repay the favor with a free coffee!
Enter To Win Starbucks For Life
Raise your hand if you have a Starbucks obsession.
Well, your morning peppermint mocha could get a lot more affordable if you win the “Starbucks for Life” sweepstakes that’s going on now.
You can play games for prizes such as free drink, free food and bonus stars for your Starbucks Rewards account. But the ultimate prize, as the name suggests, is Starbucks for life.
If you’re one of the lucky five winners of this rare prize, you’ll get a daily Starbucks for 30 years!
But the prizes don’t stop there. You can also win Starbucks for a year (15 people will get this one), Starbucks for six months (25 winners), Starbucks for three months, Starbucks for a month or Starbucks for a week (a whopping 500 people will win this one!).
This contest is ongoing through Jan. 8 and you can request two free entry codes per day! You can also earn game plays per day by making up to two purchases at Starbucks with your registered Starbucks card or by using the app. In total, you can enter twice each day to win.
Just visit the sweepstakes website and sign into your Starbucks Reward account to start playing!
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