Discover is only at 5% (at least on my Open Road card).
posted: Nov. 6, 2013 @ 12:37a
In the past, with these national deals, it has sold out in some 'cities' before others. So if the link in the member summary no longer works (thanks Logician1313), you might be able to find it by going to your local city, and searching for starbucks.
posted: Nov. 6, 2013 @ 12:39a
calwatch said: Discover is only at 5% (at least on my Open Road card). I checked, and it is at 5% for me too. Updated the OP; thank you.
Can someone tell me how I transfer the $10 to my Starbucks card. Newb at this eCard stuff. Thanks
posted: Nov. 6, 2013 @ 7:59a
I did it all online. Groupon will give you a code and a website to activate. Then you get a Starbucks ecard number and PIN. Then I logged onto my Starbucks account and added the $10 from ecard to my balance. Very easy
posted: Nov. 6, 2013 @ 8:10a
corpse101 said: Was one of the lucky ones for the invite only deal yesterday, and I was able to get in on this deal today! Heads up to everyone that bought it yesterday. Thanks for the heads up - got 2.
warwickuk said: I did it all online. Groupon will give you a code and a website to activate. Then you get a Starbucks ecard number and PIN. Then I logged onto my Starbucks account and added the $10 from ecard to my balance. Very easy Thanks I will give it a whirl. LOL I think I have $25 (soon $35) on the Starbucks card and its all been free. Rarely even go there, make my own coffee every day. Figure I'll use it when we're on vacation or similar.
People do love the S'bucks deals. This one beats the iPad trade in where people are making $100s. But that is more limited I suppose. Green for OP and you.
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posted: Nov. 6, 2013 @ 8:18a
Can this be paid for with a starbucks gc?
posted: Nov. 6, 2013 @ 8:19a
Green OP - thanks!
posted: Nov. 6, 2013 @ 8:24a
zjts said: Can this be paid for with a starbucks gc?
I thought I'd pass along that it is easy to transfer the $10 to your physical Starbucks card.
When you activate the Groupon it gives you two choices, "print my eGift" or "Transfer to my Starbucks Card". Select the transfer option, sign in to your Starbucks account, follow instructions to "Transfer Funds", enter the card number and security code that you were just given and voila the $10 is on your main card.
I may not have a smart phone to flash at my Starbucks but I do have a computer and an account at Starbucks.com. as I bet so do many others.
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posted: Nov. 6, 2013 @ 11:17a
posted: Nov. 6, 2013 @ 11:27a
Thanks! Chase Freedom Ultimate Rewards has 4% back on Groupon...
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posted: Nov. 8, 2013 @ 5:25p
lynxis7086 said: must be dead now OP here - right you are, thank you for the reminder. I expired the deal.
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