Save 50 Percent on Starbucks Frappuccinos All Week

A Starbucks Frappuccino blended beverage seen in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
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Starbucks’ Frappuccino Happy Hour discount is back — for more than a week.

That means all Frappuccinos are 50 percent off from 3 to 6 p.m. May 5 through May 14.

Starbucks currently offers 24 varieties of this blended beverage, including the new Midnight Mint Mocha Frappuccino. It’s described as a combination of “extra dark cocoa with Frappuccino Roast coffee, milk, ice and cooling mint sugar crystals,” which is “cut with a layer of whipped cream.” It’s “topped with more whipped cream and a dark cocoa dusting.”

Also among the 24 varieties is the returning favorite S’mores Frappuccino. The drink involves “marshmallow-infused whipped cream and a ribbon of milk chocolate fudge,” as well as “a creamy blend of milk chocolate, coffee, milk and ice.” It’s topped with “more marshmallowy whipped cream and graham cracker crumbles.”

Various Frappuccinos have graced Starbucks menus for more than two decades. As of the drink’s 20th anniversary in 2015, Starbucks said the most popular flavors in the U.S. were:

  • Caramel
  • Mocha
  • Vanilla Bean
  • Java Chip
  • Double Chocolatey Chip

You will no longer find the popular limited-edition Unicorn Frappuccino on the menu this month, but Starbucks recently said it plans to release more funky varieties this year.

Before you head out for your next Frappuccino, though, be sure to check out “5 Great Ways to Save More Bucks at Starbucks.”

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