As we’ve said before, a serious Starbucks habit can be very detrimental to your budget. But now, in what could be the best news ever, you may be able to feed your addiction for free.
Starting yesterday, anyone who’s a member of Starbucks Rewards (so, everyone) can play in the “Starbucks for Life — Summer Edition” sweepstakes. According to a press release from the coffee chain:
From August 2 through September 12, Starbucks Rewards™ members who are 18 years and older can earn a game play each time they make a purchase* using their registered Starbucks Card or the Starbucks® App in participating U.S. and Canada (excluding Quebec) stores. Members can log on and redeem their game plays by visiting www.starbucksforlife.com in the U.S. or www.starbucksforlife.ca in Canada for the chance to win Bonus Stars or collect digital game pieces.
Starbucks Rewards™ members may earn game plays by making up to two purchase transactions with a registered Starbuck Card or App per day. New to the summer edition, customers have an opportunity to get two daily bonus plays if they spend $10 or more in a transaction, totaling up to four plays per day and more opportunities for a chance to win.
Let’s be honest, most of us are definitely dropping 10 bucks a day at Starbs, so no problem. And the prizes are worth it:
• 7 lucky customers (five in the U.S. and two in Canada) will win the grand prize of Starbucks for Life.
• 30 customers (25 in the U.S. and 5 in Canada) will win Starbucks for a Year.
• 150 customers (125 in the U.S. and 25 in Canada) will win Starbucks for a Month and 550 customers (500 in the U.S. and 50 in Canada) will win Starbucks for a Week.
• In addition, instant-win Bonus Stars in increments of 125, 25, 10 and 5 Stars will be awarded. (Gold Members need 125 Stars to earn a free drink or food item.)
If you happen to be one of the lucky winners well, just remember who told you about this promo and throw a few iced passion tea lemonades our way, okay?.
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