Sign up for Starbucks Rewards and get Free stuff
Did you know that you can get free stuff from Starbucks?
It's true, check out their Rewards program!
Just added! if you sign up before September 21, you get a FREE Artisan Breakfast Sandwich. Click here for more info.
Simply get a gift card and go to Starbucks.com and register the card. You will need to add funds to the card (you can do this in person or online).When you have visited Starbucks 5 times, you've qualified for the Green level.
When you use your card to pay for your purchase, you can get:
Free Beverage Customization
Purchase a beverage with your registered Starbucks Card and you can get your syrup and milk options (like soy) on the house.
Complimentary choices include Caramel syrup (regular or sugar-free), Cinnamon Dolce (regular or sugar-free), Classic, Hazelnut (regular or sugar-free), Juicy Raspberry, Peppermint, Toffee Nut, Vanilla (regular or sugar-free), Sugar-Free Mocha, soy, breve and heavy cream. Offer valid at participating U.S. stores and is subject to change.
Free Refills on Brewed Coffee and Tea
When you're at Starbucks you feel at home. Your registered Starbucks Card gets you brewed or iced coffee and tea refills at no charge.
You must use your registered Starbucks Card to purchase a (hot or iced) brewed coffee or tea, and then present that same card for the refill during the same visit. Offer valid at participating U.S. stores and is subject to change.
Free Beverage with Whole Bean Purchase
Get more coffee with your coffee. When you use your registered Starbucks Card to buy 1 lb of our whole bean coffee, we'll give you any handcrafted Tall (12oz) beverage of your choice.
You receive one complimentary 12 fl oz beverage at time of purchase of one or more pounds of whole bean coffee. Offer valid at participating U.S. stores and is subject to change.
Bring a reuseable cup, and save 10c!
Don't feel like registering a card? That's ok.. you can get refills on brewed coffee and tea for just 50 cents! Bring your cup back and tell the barista "refill please!".