Starbucks enthusiasts are famous for the tradition of “paying it forward” and covering other customers’ beverages, so now the coffee company is stepping up their game with the chance to “Deliver It Forward.”
Starting Monday, November 16, customers who place a Starbucks order on Uber Eats will receive a special code that allows them to “Deliver It Forward” and share a gift of $10 off on up to 30 loved ones’ next Starbucks delivery order.
Here’s how to “Deliver It Forward” to your family and friends
- Open the Uber Eats app and order any of your Starbucks favorites — from Peppermint Mocha and a Chestnut Praline Latte to a Snowman Cookie or Cranberry Bliss Bar.
- After the order is completed, you will receive an email with your shareable friends-and-family promo code for $10 off their next Starbucks delivery order.
- The code can be gifted to up to 30 people.
- Just remember that the code must be used before November 22, and the offer is limited to the first 100,000 customers.
And if you are in Seattle, Chicago or New York City, the “Deliver It Forward” deal is also valid for Starbucks Reserve Roastery orders placed on Uber Eats.
Check to see if Starbucks Delivers is available with Uber Eats in your area here, and set a Deal Alert to be notified when Starbucks has other deals.
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