Hey, Coffee Lovers: Buy a $10 Starbucks eGift Card, Get a Second One Free

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Calling all coffee lovers: if you’re looking for a gift for a friend’s birthday, a new graduate, “just because” or perhaps to treat yourself, you can score a free $10 eGift card with the purchase of another eGift card from Starbucks

But you must act quickly if you don’t want to miss out. From now through May 17, Visa Checkout is giving away Starbucks $10 eGift cards to the first 325,000 customers who purchase a $10 minimum eGift card and pay for the item using Visa Checkout. After the 325,000 free eGift cards are gone, that’s it. The deal is done.

Visa Checkout is similar to PayPal. It’s essentially an online wallet where you can store and use any major credit cards, including MasterCard and Discover, to pay for an online purchase.

Starbucks says the free $10 eGift card bonus won’t be reflected in your checkout experience, but it will be confirmed in your email receipt. The BOGO eGift card deal is limited to one per person.

Click here for terms and conditions for the deal.

Starbucks also kicked off its Frappuccino Happy Hour in late April by offering half-off Fraps from 3 to 6 p.m. through May 15.

Check out “Drinking Coffee Might Boost Health, Extend Your Life.”

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