Easy Starbucks Promo: Get $20 Starbucks Credit for Just $10

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Update: This promo hit maximum use and has now ended. Congrats to those who got in!

Right now you can instantly turn a $10 online Starbucks e-gift card purchase into a $20 Starbucks e-gift card by just checking out using Visa Checkout! This is as simple and straight-forward of a Starbucks promo as you can get.

 

To take advantage of this offer head here, purchase a $10 Starbucks e-gift card and you should see a $20 value given in exchange for your $10 purchase using Visa Checkout. The terms state it is one per person and that the promo is available until 9/30/17 or until 225,000 bonus loads are awarded.

I made the $10 purchase using my Chase Freedom via Visa Checkout since restaurants are a third quarter 5x bonus category and my online Starbucks reloads typically code as a restaurant charge – not sure if that will be the same for this e-gift card, but worth a shot. Within seconds I had the $20 e-gift card in my inbox and a few clicks later and the $20 credit was transferred to my primary Starbucks account that I use to order and pay for Starbucks orders via their app.

This promo truly couldn’t have been easier, so big thanks to Visa Checkout for the bonus $10 at Starbucks that will surely help as we (try to) get into the Back to School groove this week!

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Comments

        • True – the system would probably have to know they aren’t related. I didn’t push the envelope here. I just used my one account, but if your household has two I assume they would both work if they weren’t connected to the same person.

  1. Silly question: What is Visa checkout? How do I get it? I keep seeing offers that involve using it, but I don’t know how. Please elaborate. Thanks very much!

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