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Starbucks For a Buck? Here's How

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Starbucks. After all that's said and done, the coffee chain that made the Venti Frappuccino a household word is still one of our favorite places.

Maybe it's the fact that no matter where you go on the planet, Starbucks still looks like your neighborhood coffee house. Maybe it's because we need a place to charge our freaking iPhone for 15 minutes. Or, maybe because they sell caffeinated beverages in a world that tires us out every minute.

Read Also: Celebrate National Doughnut Day Here

And today, hopping over to Starbucks has gotten a little easier on the wallet with their offer of grande iced coffee, iced tea or Starbucks Refreshers for one dollar.

Just visit their Facebook page and click on the link (it's located on the right column). Just show the email that will be sent to you at your nearest Starbucks (no need to print it out, even) for your discounted beverage. The offer is only valid Friday, June 7th, 2013 at participating locations while supplies last, and is good for one grande beverage per customer. Oh, and don't worry. Starbucks will not be collecting your email address to cyber-stalk you with offers, oh paranoid one.

By the way, a free iced coffee pairs perfectly with a free doughnut for National Doughnut Day.



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