With 50% off Starbucks iced coffee every Tuesday, you can now sip your way to beating the heat this July.
The renowned coffee chain is giving select Starbucks Rewards members a 50% off voucher to spend on any cold beverage throughout the month.
Every Tuesday, a handcrafted drink from the current Starbucks summer menu is up for grabs. Everything from the new Paradise Drink, to classic Starbucks iced coffee will have its price cut in half. Hurray for TuesYay.
To beat the heat and take advantage of this summer deal, you first have to be a Starbucks Rewards member.
If you’re not yet part of the club, simply sign up online using your name, email address and date of birth.
Once you’re signed up for the scheme, your dedicated iced drink voucher will be delivered via the Starbucks app.
By registering for Starbucks Rewards, you’ll also be able to opt-in on birthday treats, Starbucks iced coffee Happy Hours and more. It’s truly a no-brainer.
However, the offer is not without regulations. The 50% off Starbucks iced coffee voucher is firstly limited to one drink per person. It also cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts. The offer must also be used on homemade iced drinks as you can’t redeem it on ready-to-drink bottled beverages or alcohol.
Right now, the 50% off deal is available across the US and at certain UK Starbucks stores. The voucher will be available to redeem on Tuesday, July 19 and also Tuesday, July 22.
See the Starbucks site to find your participating venue, sign up for Starbucks Rewards and read the T&Cs.
What drinks are available?
The 50% voucher can be redeemed across a whole host of drinks. Think classic Starbucks iced coffee, as well as the new Paradise Drink.
What is the Paradise Drink?
The Paradise drink features a creamy coconut base with both pineapple and passionfruit juices. Raegan Powell, a senior product developer from Starbucks R&D calls it, “sunshine in a cup. The bright tropical flavours are radiant, happy and joyful,”
“It’s the perfect summer sup for a little moment of escape wherever you are,” she also says.
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