From May 1 to May 10, Starbucks is offering half off any of their Starbucks frozen blended Frappuccino drinks from 3 to 5 p.m. And if you have a Starbucks card or use the Starbucks app to pay, they've extended the offer an additional hour until 6 p.m.
Night of the living Frappuccino! Last day to get any grande for just $3 after 2PM. Only at participating US stores. pic.twitter.com/A9PazTy5XO— Frappuccino (@frappuccino) October 31, 2014
Starbucks acquired specialty tea retailer Teavana back 2012, and now they're trying to encourage more people to give the teas a try.
Go to Starbucks today between 2 and 5 p.m. to get their Teavana Shaken Iced Teas half off at participating Starbucks. Generally, standalone stores will have the offer, while those inside the convention center, Hyatt and airport generally don't take part in these promos.
There are three different Teavana Shaken Iced Tea flavors - Passion Tango Tea, Green Tea and Black Tea.
Starbucks is hosting Frappuccino happy hour from May 1 to May 10 between the hours of 3 and 5 p.m. As an added bonus for you Starbucks addicts/gold card holders, you get an extra hour to take advantage of the happy hour until 6 p.m.
The offer is good at all regular Starbucks stores, but will not likely be available at licensed locations like the ones inside the Hyatt, convention center or Target.
In an attempt to push their breakfast sandwiches, Starbucks is offering a free grande coffee with the purchase of any breakfast sandwich through Friday, March 14.
Starbucks can be found at the following ten locations on The Grid:
- 1123 12th St (12th & L)
- 980 9th Street
- 431 I Street (5th & I)
- 545 L Street (Downtown Plaza)
- 1440 H St. (5th & H)
- 1901 J Street (19th & J)
- 1601 P Street (16th & P)
- 2604 J Street (26th & J)
- 1429 Broadway (15th & Broadway)
- 1401 Alhambra Blvd. (Alhambra & N)
Starbucks, not satisfied with dominating the coffee world, purchased La Boulange, a San Francisco-based bakery, to expand its food offerings. I've seen this replacement happen at Starbucks I've visited in San Francisco and Los Angeles recently, but now, they're making the switch in Sacramento.
To check out the items they're serving, visit http://www.starbucks.com/promo/laboulange or read this article in the Sac Bee. At the Starbucks on Jefferson Blvd. in West Sac on Saturday, the sign indicated that the switch would be made on Tuesday, Jan. 28, although it may not happen on the same day at every location.
But with any change, some people will be unhappy, and Starbucks wants to ease the pain by offering a free pastry, reveals Sacramento Bee Capitol reporter and part time Starbucks correspondent David Siders. Here's what he reported via his Twitter account, @DavidSiders: