Starbucks wants you to take your mom to tea on Mother’s Day – and they’ll even pay for mom’s drink.
On Sunday, May 11, Starbucks stores and Teavana Tea Bars are offering buy-one-get-one-free Teavana Oprah Chai Tea Lattes.
Teavana Oprah Chai is a blend of cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, cloves and loose-leaf black tea and rooibos. The offer is available while supplies last. Information: www.starbucks.com.
Get some two-for-one holiday cheer for you and a friend at Starbucks. Seasonal drinks are buy-one-get-one-free through Sunday, Nov. 17, between 2 and 5 p.m., at participating Starbucks shops. The offer includes peppermint mocha, gingerbread latte and caramel brulee. (Free beverage must be of equal or lesser value and can’t be combined with other discounts.) Information: www.Starbucks.com.
Get Starbucks savings through Aug. 18. Buy a beverage in the morning and come back with your receipt after 2 p.m. on the same day to get any 16-ounce Grande cold beverage for $2, (iced coffees and Refreshers included). Information: www.starbucks.com.
Fight mid-afternoon slump with a wake-up call from Starbucks. On Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, June 27, 28 and 29, all sizes of Starbucks’ handcrafted
Refreshers beverages, including new Orange Spiced Ice Coffee and Shaken Iced
Peach Green Tea, are half-off from 3 to 5 p.m. More info at Starbucks.com.
All frappuccino beverages are half-off during Starbuck’s happy hour promotion, which runs from 3 to 5 p.m., each day through May 12. Fans can also visit www.Frappuccino.com, to submit “selfies” of themselves drinking their favorite blends. Information at www.Starbucks.com.
Missed out on the Starbucks steel gift cards cards? (The cards sold for $450 and came loaded with $400 worth of Starbucks cash.)
You’ve got another crack at a limited edition card, and this time, it won’t cost you extra. The coffee giant is offering gift cards made of wood sourced from sustainable forests.
If you can find one, (word is they’re going fast), you pay for the amount you load onto the card, not for the card itself.
Just like its plastic counterparts, the eco-friendly card can be registered with Starbucks Rewards and reloaded with more money when the original value is depleted.
Grab your favorite coffee lover and head to Starbuck’s this afternoon for a special Valentine’s Day treat. From 2 to 5 p.m. today, ? when you buy one vanilla spice latte, mocha or hot chocolate, you’ll get a second free.
Starting today, Starbucks customers can opt for an earth-friendly coffee cup — and save a dime on each tall or grande drink they buy. The Seattle-based coffee company is selling $1 reusable plastic cups in an effort to cut down on paper cup waste and increase the number of drinks it sells in reusable cups by 2015.
Starbucks has sold resuable ceramic, plastic and metal tumblers for some time, but all carried a higher price tag than the new $1 model.
The reusable plastic cups, similar in size and design to the company’s paper cups, will be rinsed with boiling water by Starbucks employees before they’re refilled.
The new cups had a test run in October in 600 stores in the Pacific Northwest.
Through January 2, you can save up to 50 percent on select Stabucks’ merchandise including Christmas Blend coffees, coffee presses, stainless steel tumblers and gift sets at participating Starbucks stores and online at starbucksstore.com. Pay with a registered Starbucks Card and get a Star for each holiday item you buy.