It’s time for My Starbucks Rewards Members to check their e-mails for one of the easiest targeted promotions that Starbucks offers – make three purchases to earn 10 bonus stars OR make five purchases to earn 20 bonus stars. In order to earn the bonus stars, you must be targeted, enroll in the offer and then make three or five purchases with your registered Starbucks card (or app) between March 10 and March 23.
Easy Way To Earn 20 Bonus Starbucks StarsIf you complete the challenge, Starbucks will automatically deposit the bonus stars in your account by April 3, 2015.
Starbucks also threw in a bonus offer for 25% off any lunch item purchased with your registered Starbucks card from March 10 to March 16. For those targeted, they included a 4 digit code for one-time use.Terms and conditions for the bonus star challenge and the 25% off lunch item offer:
Star Dash valid 3/10/15 – 3/23/2014. Earn three (3) Stars and receive ten (10) Bonus Stars. Earn five (5) Stars and receive twenty (20) Bonus Stars. At participating Starbucks® stores. Must pay with your registered Starbucks® Card/App. Bonus Stars will be automatically loaded to this My Starbucks Rewards® account and winners will be notified by email on 4/3/15. This offer is exclusive to you and this My Starbucks Rewards® account, and cannot be reproduced, transferred or used by anyone else. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Cash value .01 cent.
Offer valid 3/10/15 – 3/16/15. Receive 25% off any lunch item, including any sandwich, salad, panini or bistro box. At participating Starbucks® stores. Must pay with your registered Starbucks® Card/App. This offer is exclusive to you and this My Starbucks Rewards® account, and cannot be reproduced, transferred or used by anyone else. Cash value .01 cent. Valid for one time use.
I think this is the easiest version of challenges Starbucks offers. To enhance your savings and rewards, consider going to Starbucks on Mondays from 2pm to 5pm for different weekly specials. Details are here.
Did anyone receive a different (or better) offer?