Starbucks Groupon Deal

In need of a pick me up? The Starbucks Groupon deal is back for 2014, allowing you to purchase a £10 e-giftcard for just £5!

Enjoy Starbucks' large range of hot and cold beverages, cakes and sandwiches at any of their 760+ cafes across the UK using your Starbucks Card. Once you have purchased your Groupon deal, you will be sent a confirmation email with a link to print out the electronic giftcard. You can also register your giftcard for Starbucks Rewards and earn points towards free beverages on your purchases.

Starbucks have introduced an exciting new range of drinks for summer, including the tasty Banana Yoghurt & Red Berry Yoghurt Frappucinos. Starbucks is currently running a promotion called Treat Receipt, which lets you purchase any beverage for £2 after 2PM if you show a receipt from the same morning. This makes the Starbucks Groupon deal an even better value offer if you usually buy a coffee in the morning and a cold drink in the afternoon. This is the perfect deal to battle the hot and humid weather we are facing at the moment.

Starbucks was founded as a single coffee shop in Seattle in 1971. Since then, it has grown to become the world's largest chain of coffee shops with more than 23,000 shops worldwide in 55 countries. Starbucks have innovated many new coffee drinks, including the ice blended Frapuccino and various flavoured drinks. Starbucks have made a pledge to source their coffee from ethical and sustainable supplies.

Get Your Starbucks Groupon Deal

This offer is only available for a limited time, so we recommend you purchase your Groupon as soon as possible. Your voucher can be redeemed on one or multiple visits at all of Starbucks' UK locations. Your giftcard can be spent on both beverages and food. It is only possible to purchase 1 gift card per person. Gift card is valid until February 2015

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