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Today Is Buy One, Get One Drinks at Starbucks

Get ready to mark your calendar because Thursday, October 8th is Buy One, Get One Drinks at Starbucks. Yessss this makes October a little bit better if you ask me!

Now, if you know anything about us, we LOVE Starbucks.

In fact, we help create all sorts of fun Secret Menu Drinks. We also really love BOGO day.

As for BOGO day, you can buy any drink and get a second one free. Time to take that B.F.F. out for some coffee without breaking the bank.

Come in for Happy Hour Thursday, 10/8, from 2-7 p.m. and you’ll get a free handcrafted beverage, grande or larger, for a friend when you buy one for yourself at participating stores.

I was able to confirm this with my local stores. However, you will want to check your local store times and make sure your local locations are open.

My store doesn’t ask for the app but sometimes you need to have the app downloaded and use the coupon provided in the app so make sure you do that ahead of time.

Keep in mind this typically excludes hot brewed coffee, hot brewed tea, ready-to-drink beverages, and Starbucks Reserve beverages.

Karmela Aguelo

Thursday 9th of July 2020

Is this applicable for delivery?

Adelyne perez

Thursday 5th of March 2020

Can’t wait


Thursday 5th of March 2020

I just took a screenshot of my app and it does in fact say that today is between 2-7 PM. Maybe refresh your app? Or uninstall and then reinstall it? Also check the website, find me on FB Alice Davis and I will send you the screenshot, and NO I do NOT work for Starbucks, I'm simply a disabled veteran :)


Thursday 5th of March 2020

I can't find the promo any where I've looked in the plz


Thursday 5th of March 2020

I read it online on starbucks site but can’t find the coupon in the app-


Thursday 5th of March 2020

Hello, I am a fellow Starbucks employee!. In order for you to get the coupon you need to be a star member.


Thursday 5th of March 2020

Like secret menu items we don't have the ingredients for anymore, and the fact that you *have* to have the app? They changed that policy months ago, there's no way to override it anymore