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Starbucks has launched a fun twitter promotion which runs now through November 6, 2013, where you can receive a $5 Starbucks Card eGift, when you tweet a $5 eGift to a friend.
Basically you must buy a $5 Starbucks Gift Card with a Visa card, and in return you’ll receive another $5 Starbucks Gift Card for free, so you’re looking at $10 in Starbucks Gift Cards for only $5, which is not bad in my book.
Earn a Free $5 Starbucks Card
- First, visit starbucks.com/tweetacoffee to register for the Tweet A Coffee Program.You will need a Starbucks account and a Twitter account to participate in the Program. If you do not have a Starbucks account, you can register for one at starbucks.com/tweet-a-coffee.
- Second, follow the directions at starbucks.com/tweet-a-coffee to buy a Starbucks Card eGift for a friend or family member using a valid Visa card tied to your account.
- Third, follow the directions to Tweet this Starbucks Card eGift to your friend or family member.
Terms and Conditions
- Promotional Offer Terms: Read the following terms to see how you can get a promotional $5 Starbucks Card eGift (“Promotional Gift”) while supplies last. Starbucks will give away 100,000 Promotional Gifts between 10/28/13 and 11/6/13. To receive a Promotional Gift, you must own a valid Visa® card and meet other eligibility requirements below. Limit one Promotional Gift per person.
- Promotion Period: The Promotion Period runs from 12:01 AM PT on 10/28/13 and ends the sooner of a) when all 100,000 Promotional Gifts are distributed or (b) at 11:59 PM PT on 11/6/13.
- Eligibility: Promotional offer open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C. who own a valid Visa® card.
If you’re a Starbucks fan, then this is a great deal, since you’re basically earning a free drink.
If you’re interested in this offer, start tweeting sooner than later since this deal is limited to the first 100,000 people who tweet.
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