Free Coffee! Use the Chase App to Gift a $5 Starbucks Gift Card, Chase Will Send YOU a $5 Starbucks Gift Card

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It’s Peppermint Mocha season, folks.  And if you have a Chase checking account, you can earn $5 of free Starbucks with the Chase App.  You can enroll in our daily newsletter if you want to hear when easy money deals like this pop up!

When you send a friend a $5 Starbucks eGift card through the Chase Mobile App, Chase will immediately email you a $5 Starbucks eGift card.  That’s called instant karma.

The Chase App Is Rewarding You $5 Worth of Coffee for Giving Someone Else $5 Worth of Coffee

Free $5 Starbucks eGift Card From the Chase App

If you spend money at Starbucks anyway, this is a good deal.  The best way to maximize the deal is if you and a friend both send each other a $5 gift card.  That’s like buying a $10 gift card for half price!  Just note that each customer can only use this deal ONCE.

To use the promotion, sign-into your Chase Mobile Banking app (not Chase Pay) and click the drop down menu to the left of the screen.  If you have a Chase checking account, you’ll see a section that says “More.”  Under that tab, click “Gifting.

You can then choose to “Send a Gift” to a friend.  Tap “Send a Starbucks Gift Card,” and you’ll promptly receive a $5 eGift card after you send one to your friend!

Free Starbucks coffee doesn’t get much easier than this.  Seriously, get the Peppermint Mocha if you’ve never tried it.  And to save even more money, be sure to pay with one of the best credit cards for restaurant purchases.

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Joseph Hostetler is a full-time writer for Million Mile Secrets, covering miles and points tips and tricks, as well as helpful travel-related news and deals. He has also authored and edited for The Points Guy.

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