Starbucks' Buy One, Get One Holiday Drink Deal Begins

Get your free holiday drink excitement ready! Beginning today, November 9, Starbucks is sweetening the deal with each of your caffeine-infused, holiday-themed purchase. That's right, every day from November 9 through November 13, between the hours of 2 to 5 p.m., it's buy one, get one free holiday drinks. Coffee lovers, rejoice!

That means you now have every excuse in the world to try all of the flavors, which include the Chestnut Praline Latte, Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brulée Latte, Gingerbread Latte, Eggnog Latte, Holiday Spice Flat White, and Teavana Joy Brewed Tea. Don't forget to check out the coveted holiday cup design while you're there.

Enjoy as Many as You Want This Week

#PeppermintMocha, #CaramelBrulee & #ChestnutPraline, together again.

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Just imagine all the different flavors you can enjoy if you invite your coworkers out for a coffee break. After all, sharing is caring during the holiday season. Plus, there is no one who says that you can't enjoy a latte at 2 p.m. and then another one at 5. After all, there are no limits.

Ok, maybe there is one. The only limitation that can keep you from spreading the joy indefinitely is that the "one free" drink you are gifted on Starbucks' dime must be of equal or lesser value than the "one" you are buying. That means there is no chance of you buying a tall black coffee for your friend in hopes of getting a free blended holiday beverage. We'll just chalk it up to Starbucks keeping you honest for this free drink deal.  

What makes your season special is what we want to know. Decorate your cup - and help the spirit grow. #GiveGood

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This year's Starbucks BOGO deal is a part of the coffee chain's "Give Good" holiday campaign. Most locations across the U.S. and Canada are participating in this good share event campaign, so odds are in your favor that your neighborhood Starbucks will happily provide you with a second beverage when you purchase your first. 

The purpose of the "Give Good" sharing event is to encourage caffeine loving, coffee connoisseurs to, well, share. Of course, there are no restrictions on whether or not you actually have to share your second cup of coffee. After all, there are some days when having another cup of something warm is twice as nice as just one.

But just remember, sharing is caring.

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