Free Starbucks Drink Through February 7, 2014


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How many of you are reading this right now thinking, how can I get a free cup of coffee from Starbucks? Even if you already have a cup of coffee in hand, you’ll benefit from reading on to find out how you can get a free cup of Starbucks coffee through February 7, 2014.

Free Starbucks Drink

From now through February 7, 2014 Starbucks customers can receive a free drink through the Starbucks Rewards Program. It’s a pretty good program where you can earn 5% cash back or 5x points on your coffee just by picking up Starbucks reloadable gift cards at an office supply store.

Starbucks Free Coffee 2014

Simply join (here) My Starbucks Rewards through 2/7 and receive a free drink.

Plus, you’ll get additional rewards just for signing up including:

Birthday Perks

On your big day enjoy a drink or treat on us, plus a coupon for 15% off a purchase at StarbucksStore.

To qualify, you must join My Starbucks Rewards™ at least 30 days before your birthday. We’ll send you an email a few days before your birthday reminding you of your drink or food reward and your coupon for 15% off StarbucksStore.

For your birthday reward, just go to a participating Starbucks store, tell a barista you have a free reward, then swipe your Card or scan your mobile app. It’s that easy. Watch your email for a coupon for 15% off StarbucksStore. Be sure to redeem your rewards before they expire!

Special Offers

Be sure to opt in to get special offers and coupons via mail, email or text message. Visit starbucks.com/account to opt in.

Bottom Line

If you were wondering how to get a first or second cup of coffee for free, just signup for Starbucks My Rewards before 2/7 and you’ll wonder no more.

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