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Aug 27, 2012

News: Starbucks - Buy Four Drinks, Get One Free

Rejoice thoughtful people (or eager gofers or bright-eyed interns), Starbucks is offering a bonus for those office runs (or group orders) for coffee. In a promotion they're calling "Starbucks Runner Rewards," Starbucks is offering a free drink when you buy 4 drinks (i.e. when you make a Starbucks runs for your friends, family, or co-workers) at participating Starbucks stores.

You'll want to print out an order form to take advantage of the offer. It's a PDF you can access directly on the Starbucks website here.

The offer is good starting tomorrow, 8/28/12, and running through 11/12/12. Just buy any four handcrafted beverages at full price and get a fifth handcrafted beverage of your choice for free (bottled beverages do not count as "handcrafted").


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6 comments :

  1. Does this only work if you take in the form?

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  2. I'm not sure. It seems like you do. It'll probably be easier to write it down, then remember four orders (plus your own). The instructions on their site:
    http://www.starbucks.com/promo/runner-reward say to fill it out so I'd go with that.

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  3. I was at a Safeway today and passed by the Starbuck's there and they had a sign that said $2 iced grande drinks after 2 P.M from Aug. 31-Sept. 3. I don't suppose you know anything about it and whether or not it's something Safeway is doing or if all the Starbucks will be carrying that deal?

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  4. That might be their Treat Receipt promotion where you have to buy something in the morning and bring back your receipt in the afternoon to get a $2 iced grande drink. I did a post on it: http://www.brandeating.com/2012/08/news-starbucks-returns-treat-receipt.html. If it's not that, it's probably a Safeway only promo or even your local Safeway only.

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  5. I work at Starbucks, and you can get the free drink without the form. Just mention to your barista that you're the runner, and your fifth drink is on us!

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