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Free coupon or 150 stars from Starbucks

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Free coupon or 150 stars from Starbucks

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  1. I did this a couple days ago. It took about 3 days to get my link for 150 stars

  2. More details here:

    *I chose option “2” and got 150 stars for myself and then another 150 to share with a new member. It came about four days later. You will be getting a “good vibes” message every day until you get the bonus (which depends on what number you select – some users got a BOGO coupon).


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    March 7, 2022 at 12:46 pm

    Should be getting the free coupon tomorrow or Saturday, do you have to create an account to redeem?

  4. FYI: if you’re a starbucks card user, try the cafe mistro. It is coffee based but only costs 50 stars and you can add any extras free.

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  6. So I received the message for stars but still haven’t gotten them added to app and it’s been 36 hours?

  7. I received a text, telling me that I have 150 bonus stars, but the link only sent me to a picture, and I have yet to receive them. Does anyone know if I’m doing something wrong?

  8. I patiently waited my five days to receive the rewards link, but when clicked it just opens the Starbucks app and says “Uh oh! This offer could not be validated.” 😫

  9. Geez, thanks for this! I had signed up for their texts when I saw it on the app last week. Kinda ignored them all tbh, but went and checked and already had the link for the 150 stars!

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    March 7, 2022 at 12:46 pm

    Hmm I got a one month free trial of Headspace… I just wanted a coffee 😞.

  11. Doesn’t it cost money to text these types of numbers.. that’s what makes me 🙁

  12. !Remindme 5 days

  13. !Remindme 5 days

  14. !Remindme 5 days

  15. !remindme 5 days

  16. This is some bullshit, I got a bogo coupon and don’t have anyone to share a drink with.

  17. I will usually go as far out of the way as possible to get something free but I don’t need a billion dollar coffee company texting me when I already have the app, and follow them on several social media platforms. Masking “good vibes” as a marketing ploy doesn’t sit well with me, in one of the very rare cases of that ever happening. I mean, I got the free milkshake from Chick-Fil-A in December and I would never spend a dime at Chick-Fil-A, even if it was the last bite of food on Earth. Starbucks can keep their free drink, this time around.

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