New Amex Offer Save At Starbucks!


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If you are a Starbucks fan like me, you will want to check your American Express account/s for the following new Starbucks Offer for You. If you have this on multiple cards like I do, you will want to use the Trick For Saving Amex Offers For You On Multiple Cards.

With the new offer you can save 15% every time, up to $5. I wish they wouldn’t cap the limit at $5 but, still if you have it on many cards, you should do pretty well with this offer!

New Amex Offer Save At Starbucks!

DETAILS

Get 15% of your in-store purchase back as statement credit each time you use your enrolled Card at Starbucks by 3/5/2018. Valid in-store at stand-alone Starbucks locations and for app reloads. Limit $5 in statement credits. See terms for exclusions.

How To Get These Amex Offers For You

If you are new to American Express Offers for You or don’t have an American Express card yet, start here. You must have an eligible American Express Card and then add the Offers For You to your registered card to get the statement credit.

Bottom Line

Be sure to add this one to your eligible American Express card/s to save some money at Starbucks!

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