Starbucks Disciples! Here’s an Easy Way to Get 2 Free Drinks

Starbucks Disciples! Here’s an Easy Way to Get 2 Free Drinks

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If you’re a Starbucks customer, here’s a really easy way to get 2 free menu items for money you’d spend anyway!

Via Mommy Points, you can earn 300 Starbucks Stars when you reload $20+ to your Starbucks account through Chase Pay.  So if you think you’ll spend $20 at Starbucks, this deal is a no-brainer!

Starbucks Disciples Heres An Easy Way To Get 2 Free Drinks
Two Coffees for the Price of None!

I’ll give you the details.

Earn 300 Starbucks Stars by Reloading Your Account With Chase Pay

Link:   Starbucks Chase Pay Promo

You have until 11:59 pm Pacific Time on November 21, 2017, to earn 2 free menu items with your Starbucks app!

When you reload your Starbucks account with $20+ through Chase Pay, you’ll earn 300 Starbucks Stars.  That’s more than enough for 2 free menu items of any value (each item costs 125 stars).  Plus, you’ll earn Starbucks Gold elite status, which comes with the opportunity to earn double stars.

Each Starbucks member can only use this promotion once.  We’ve seen similar Starbucks app promotions in the past.  And those promotions are usually limited quantity.

The promo page does NOT say anything about this being a targeted deal, but one of the Million Mile Secrets team members says he doesn’t have the offer in his app.  So it MAY be targeted.  Or, it may work for anyone who loads $20 to their account through Chase Pay, regardless of whether they have a promotional banner on their app.  If anyone has data points, let me know!

Chase Pay is easy to use.  There’s really no difference between using your Chase card and a Chase card linked through Chase Pay.  So this deal is a no-brainer.  Just make sure to use a card that gets bonus points for dining, like the Chase Sapphire Preferred!

Bottom Line

You’ll earn 300 Starbucks points when you load $20+ onto the Starbucks app with Chase Pay.  That’s enough for 2 free menu items!  But you’ll need to participate by 11:59 pm Pacific Time on November 21, 2017.

Enjoy the free coffee! 🙂

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