(EXPIRED) 10% back at Starbucks with new Chase Offer (up to $3 back)

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There is a new Chase Offer out for Starbucks: Get 10% back on all Starbucks purchases until you reach a max of $3 back. That’s relatively small, but if you’re paying for a coffee anyway, might as well save a bit. Further, it’s notable as most Chase offers are one-use-only, whereas this one clearly notes it is cumulative.

The Deal

  • Get 10% back on all of your Starbucks purchases until you’ve reached a max of $3 back via a new Chase Offer (log in to look for and add the offer to your card)

Key Terms

  • Expires 2/15/20
  • Not valid at locations inside grocers, retailers, airports, or hotels
  • Valid on cumulative purchases until a max of $3 back is reached

Quick Thoughts

Again, you’ll only save up to three bucks, so this is a small win. However, Chase Offers are usually one-and-done, meaning that if you don’t earn the max in one shot you’re stuck with whatever you earn the first time. This style of offer, where the return is cumulative, makes a lot more sense to me. If you’re spending three or four bucks on a coffee, this is an offer that encourages you to use the same card at least seven or eight times, which is more likely to build a habit (I imagine this is the goal of these card-linked offers). If you have Chase cards, remember that you can add these via the app or via the website login.

My major annoyance with this offer is that it is not valid at locations inside grocers, retailers, airports, or hotels. I often find myself in one of those types of locations when I want a coffee and less often stop at a stand-alone Starbucks. Just keep it in mind that this will not work at many of those locations that are inside other businesses.

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