Good news! Happy hour at Starbucks is back, just in time for you to beat the heat and humidity.
On Thursday, July 18, you can score buy one, get one free Frappuccinos at Starbucks.
Which means that it’s the perfect time to try that limited-edition tropical, tie-dye Frappuccino you’ve been seeing all over Instagram. It’s also the perfect time to invite out that friend or colleague for the much-needed coffee date you’ve been putting off!
The BOGO deal is available at participating Starbucks locations across Canada, and you’re bound to have a location close to work or home.
To get this sweet, sweet deal, all you have to do is head into your nearest Starbucks from 3 p.m. to close. You’ll need to purchase a grande, venti, or trenta sized Frappuccino or espresso-based beverage. Once you’ve ordered, you can get a second Frappuccino or espresso-based drink of equal or less value for completely free.
If Frappuccinos aren’t your thing, some of the other drinks you can grab include a Flat White, Americano, Cappuccino, Caramel Macchiato, and more. Unfortunately, hot and ice brewed beverages, ready-to-drink beverages, and Starbucks Reserve beverages are not include in the deal.
And there’s one catch.
If you don’t already have the Starbucks app on your phone, what are you waiting for?! This isn’t the first Happy Hour that Starbucks has hosted and it certainly won’t be Starbucks’ last. The Seattle-based coffee giant is constantly hosting Happy Hour drink deals that are always worth it.
Once you’ve got your Starbucks app ready, you’ll spot the Happy Hour promotion. All you have to do is show the coupon to barista when you make the order — it’s as simple as that!
Find the Starbucks nearest you.
Featured image: Instagram/@starbucksdysartmcdowell
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