Starbucks Canada Offering "Buy One Get One Free" On Holiday Drinks All Weekend Long

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Starbucks Canada Offering "Buy One Get One Free" On Holiday Drinks All Weekend Long

After a long and cold, icy week we can't help but be excited that the weekend is about to begin. This means you'll finally get some time during the day to go out and finish your holiday shopping, enjoy any city festivities, or just stay in and enjoy the luxury of central heating. You might even end up grabbing a coffee at your favourite café.

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TL;DR Starbucks Canada is having a buy-one-get-one-free deal on all holiday espresso drinks as well as hot chocolate this December 14-16 after 3PM. The drink of purchase must be grande size or larger, and you must purchase your drinks with your Starbucks Card or Starbucks Rewards Membership account to receive the deal.

Luckily, you might now more than ever want to go with your friend or significant other on a Starbucks date. Not only does the weather outside make everyone want to sit indoors with a hot drink, but now you'll be able to get one of those beverages for free.

Yes, when you thought the weekend was already good enough, Starbucks Canada made it even better with their three-day promo that begins today.

From December 14-16 when you visit any Canadian location after 3PM you will receive a buy-one-get-one-free deal on all holiday handcrafted espresso drinks as well as hot chocolate. What better gift to give your loved one than a free coffee?!

The only catch is that it has to be grande size or larger, but I think most of us agree you can't fully enjoy the goodness of a Starbucks holiday coffee in a size any smaller.

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You must pay for your drink with your Starbucks Card or your Starbucks Rewards Membership account, which you can sign up for HERE if you need to make one.

Whether your drink of choice this season is a Peppermint Mocha or a Juniper Latte, your weekend will be full of holiday cheer when you receive your second drink totally free!

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