If you’ve had a hard time deciding between Starbuck’s holiday drink offerings, we’ve got some good news for you. Today, for one day only, Starbucks “hand-crafted” drinks are all buy one, get one free.
The deal starts in the afternoon, and you can expect it to be a huge hit since they’ve just rolled out their holiday menu and red cups.
In order to take advantage of Starbucks’ “Happy Hour” promotions, you need to first download their app. The app will automatically load the BOGO deal for all users, and the promotion will run from 2 PM to 7 PM on Thursday, November 14. Remember, that’s today! Starbucks now runs their “Happy Hour” promotions on select Thursdays.
That’s all you need to do to take advantage of this deal. This is the new version of the “Happy Hour” promotion that Starbucks revamped in October of this year. Where prior Happy Hours were focused on various drinks each time the promotion came around, the Happy Hour now has a set meaning. “Hand-crafted” beverages, like the holiday-exclusive flavors, are buy one, get one during every happy hour.
All hand-crafted beverages, which includes frappuccinos, flavored drinks, and all of the new holiday flavors. Those flavors, which include Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate Mocha, Caramel Brulée Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte and Eggnog Latte this year, are all available in several configurations. Frappuccino, hot and iced variations of the holiday flavors are all available.
While speaking on the Starbucks Reward program and how it is incorporated in Happy Hour promotions, Starbucks issued a statement. “As part of our ongoing strategy to enhance digital customer relationships beyond the 17 million member and growing Starbucks Rewards loyalty program we have evolved Starbucks Happy Hour to provide a consistent offer that is seamless and even more relevant for our customers.”
If you’re thinking of heading by Starbucks today to take advantage of this deal, we recommend trying to go by early to beat the rush. If you wait until around 5:00 or later, you might find the lines extremely long and the parking lot packed.