The holiday season is here, and to spread some cheer Starbucks is giving away free drinks! The popular coffee chain is kicking off November with a BOGO deal that will give you two holiday beverages for the price of one. #Blessed.
Running from Nov. 9 to Nov. 13, customers who purchased a festive hot, iced, or blended drink will get another one of equal or lesser value for free (yes, free!). The #GiveGood special starts this Thursday, but keep in mind you have to stop by your local store between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to take part.
So what holiday beverages are included? Your options include favorites like the peppermint mocha or eggnog latte — or you can try something new like the Holiday Spice Flat White. Best part, if you can't decide you can splurge on two! Food, such as cake pops, is also included.
As expected, devoted Starbucks fans are loving the BOGO deal. "STARBUCKS IS BUY ONE GET FREE STARTING NOV 9TH UGH LOVE WINNING," one customer enthusiastically tweeted. Another added, "Who wants to go buy Starbucks… and then give me their free one?!" Earlier this month, Starbuck unveiled its annual holiday cup and for the first time ever, you will be able to color it in.
The buy one, get one free drink at starbucks is gonna kill us ….
— Doughy (@Doheyyy) November 7, 2017
STARBUCKS IS BUY ONE GET FREE STARTING NOV 9TH UGH LOVE WINNING
— lex 🕸 (@julianbakrs) November 7, 2017
For all of my coffee lovers from November 9th-13th from 2-5pm buy one drink from Starbucks get the second drink free. You’re welcome 🙂
— Ginger ⚜️ (@_SierraNichole) November 7, 2017
"This year’s cup is intentionally designed to encourage our customers to add their own color and illustrations. We love the idea of everyone making this year’s cup their own," the company said in a press release. Last year, there was some controversy surrounding the cup, with people claiming it was spreading a political agenda. However, CEO Howard Schultz denied the claims, saying the cups were meant to “create a symbol of unity as a reminder of our shared values, and the need to be good to each other."
This time around, Starbucks has us feeling the "good in the air."