Posted by Chuck on November 29, 2016
Gift Card Deals

Published on November 29th, 2016 | by Chuck

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$20 Starbucks for $10 with App and Visa Checkout

The Offer

Direct Link

  • Get a free $10 Starbucks e-gift card when you reload $10 to your Starbucks balance with the Starbucks app and pay with Visa Checkout

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The Fine Print

  • The Promotion Period runs from 9:00 a.m. PST on 11/29/16 and ends the earlier of (a) when all Bonus Loads are distributed or (b) at 11:59 p.m. PST on 12/22/16
  • Limit one per customer
  • $10 Starbucks e-gift will be sent within 24-hours to the email address associated with your Starbucks account
  • YOU ARE NOT GUARANTEED TO RECEIVE A BONUS LOAD; SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED
  • Subject line of promo gift card: Your $10 eGift for using Visa Checkout – starbucks@cashstar.com

Our Verdict

Previous deals have come through despite the terms indicating a limit. Just make sure the promo page is still showing the offer when you do the load and it should turn out alright.
Hat tip to Dansdeals



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J.M.
J.M.

Stacks with the BankAmeriDeal for 10% off the reload amount (if available and activated in your BankAmeriDeals).

J.M.
J.M.

Also, I do see a “Thanks for reloading with Visa Checkout. You’ll receive your e-gift in 24 hrs via email” message on the main page of the app now (where it shows my star points, inbox, history, and settings.

So, with the BankAmeriDeal, I paid $9 for $20, and I’ll still get the std rewards on the credit card used during the visa checkout process (in my case 1.75% cash back through Bank of America, or roughly $0.18 more).

Sa
Sa

Dude, you are killing it, now that you are rich you can even retire.:)

J.M.
J.M.

If only 😉

I’m not a MS’er nor do I churn. I just try to stretch my dollar as far as possible using every reward and deal out there.

This deal is means my coffee will be 56% off and that sounds A-ok to me.

Kent C
Kent C

Good job J.M. The point is you know how to make a deal work to your advantage and that will mean greater profit for you down the line. Still, thought that was funny Sa.

Fan of Doc
Fan of Doc

You make yourself sound more like an extreme couponer. To each there own.

J.M.
J.M.

Not a couponer at all, although I do use iBotta ($200 in a year). I mainly try to use my credit cards to their max values for category spend and take advantage of gift card offers that makes sense. It’s all about hitting a 3-100% savings on everything I ever spend, not counting signup bonuses.

stvr
stvr

Any idea if this will work with a separate person’s Visa checkout account but my same Starbucks account?

Dan
Dan

I’ve seen people on other forums say it doesn’t work

Chris
Chris

Was curious about whether I could get this to work through Visa Checkout using one of the Visa Gift Cards I got last week during that Office Depot $15-off promotion. I did, and just got the $10 gift card from Starbucks and added it to my Starbucks account. Not a very big dent in liquidating that $200 VGC, but a nice little boost.

parkdanil
parkdanil

I just did this last night but never got a email about the $10 bonus. Have they run out already?

JW
JW

I bought this last night around 10:30pm. The $10 eGift came today at 4:30pm.

Thank you for the post!

John
John

Ordered yesterday morning and received the $10 bonus this afternoon.

Victor
Victor

Worked for me as well. It took about 24 hours after reloading $10 to get the $10 gift card

NinjaX
NinjaX

OMFG so stupid. this is why i make it a point to always tell people the subject header or E-Mail address. been fighting with Starbucks forever to get my $10 and I FINALLY was able to find the $10 in my E-Mail. apologized to starbucks and let them know to tell other customers.

e-Cert did NOT come from Starbucks or Visa. its from Cash Star. It went to SPAM. Was on the verge of deleting it.

“Your $10 eGift for using Visa Checkout” – starbucks@cashstar.com

So dumb dude. Promos should always have the subject line and email.

hope this helps.

William Charles

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