You Can Drink At Starbucks Without Paying For The Next 10 Days — Here’s How
It’s no secret that Starbucks has been dishing out all sorts of glorious gifts this holiday season.
First, Starbucks put java lovers in a jolly mood by bringing back a collection of cheerful red cups in honor of the holiday season.
Then they gave us the gift of a new festive AF Fruitcake Frappuccinos clad in an ugly Christmas sweater.
Now Starbucks is back at it again, and this time, they’re spreading Christmas cheer by giving away free stuff.
That’s right. If lots and lots of coffee happens to be on your Christmas list this year, you might want to tell Santa that he doesn’t need to leave a bag of coffee beans underneath your tree.
Apparently, Starbucks is on a mission to make the end of the month extra merry by giving us the gift of free tall size espresso drinks for 10 days in a row.
Beginning today, December 23, you can snag some of your favorite sips by attending a “Pop-Up Cheer Party” being held by Starbucks between 1-2 pm at over 100 locations.
Whether you’re into mochas, flat whites or chestnut praline lattes, you’ll be able to find a complimentary hand-crafted espresso drink that suits your taste.
Plus let’s be real, everything always tastes better when you don’t have to pay for it.
Starbucks’ “10 Days of Cheer” will run through January 2, 2017, and the locations of the pop parties will change each day.
But that’s not all. Starting today, Starbucks will also be handing “Cheer Cards” out with the purchase of any beverage.
On these cards, you’ll find all sorts of special offers, ranging from discounts on a Spiced Sweet Cream Cold Brew, a Holiday Spice Flat White beverage, sandwiches, salads and Bistro Boxes to complimentary holiday cookies and Cranberry Bliss Bars.
If you’re looking to find the nearest Starbucks party going down during the holidays, you can check out their website for a list of Pop-Up Cheer Party locations. Happy holidays!
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