Starbucks is giving half-price drinks every Thursday for the rest of the year
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To celebrate the festive season, Starbucks is slashing the price of its drinks every Thursday for the rest of 2023, and it's super easy to claim.
And what's better than getting a coffee than drinking it knowing it's half-price?
Well, starting this Thursday (7 December), the coffee chain is giving customers 50 percent off any drink for the rest of the month.
The deal will be available on 7, 14, 21 and 28 December, with the 50 percent offer available for reward members in the Starbucks app.
There is one more condition with this special offer though for those hoping to take advantage of it in the coming weeks.
Customers can only get one discounted drink each Thursday from noon to 6.00pm.
The offer is the perfect opportunity to try out some of Starbucks' festive drinks that are currently available for a limited time.
While the majority of us would lean towards a hot drink with the freezing cold temperatures this time of year, Starbucks has introduced four new holiday cold foams in preparation for the festive season.
Based off the warmer versions of the already festive-favorite drinks, peppermint chocolate cream cold foam, sugar cookie cream cold foam, chestnut praline cream cold foam and caramel brulée cream cold foam are all available to try in Starbucks branches across the US.
The latest promotion comes as a Starbucks barista was praised for leaving a secret note on a cup to help a young woman.
The coffee shop worker left the note on the paper cup after spotting the woman was in trouble.
Recalling the incident on Facebook, Brandy Selim Roberson told her friends and family about how the employee had stepped in last year.
It happened while an 18-year-old had been studying alone in a Corpus Christi branch, when a man entered the coffee shop and started behaving strangely.
As it was the evening, staff were concerned about the high school student as the man became loud and animated.
Eager to intervene, a female barista wrote a secret note on a paper cup and handed it to the teen, saying that it was ‘an extra hot chocolate someone forgot to pick up’.
It read: “Are you okay? Do you want us to intervene? If you do, take the lid off the cup.”