Get a $15 Starbucks Gift Card for Just $10 Before Dec. 31!
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I usually scour Groupon for deals when I’m in a new city, looking for something to do or someplace to eat. But I forget to check for deals on the things I use every day.
Maybe you do, too?
Here’s your nudge to keep a better eye on everyday deals: I just found a $15 Starbucks gift card available on Groupon for only $10.
If you want it, act fast! The discount is limited and only available through December 31. These deals tend to be popular, so get your card before Groupon runs out.
How to Get $15 Worth of Starbucks for $10
This one is super easy to get your hands on. If you don’t already have an account with Groupon, you’ll be prompted to create one when you buy, which will take a minute or two.
- Purchase this deal for $10 from Groupon.
- You’ll get an eGift card code you can redeem in-store at participating Starbucks. (Here’s how to redeem it.)
- The gift card is good through June 30, 2016.
- If you want to send the eGift card directly as a gift, you can do that through Groupon, as well. Just click “Give as a Gift” instead of “Buy”.
Don’t Like Starbucks?
Even if you’re not a Starbucks coffee fan, this could prove to be a good buy.
You can likely sell the gift card for more than you’re going to pay for it through a gift card exchange site like Raise.
If you’ve got some late holiday parties to attend, this could be a quick, affordable gift for that hard-to-shop-for friend or co-worker.
Or, check out any of these eight creative ways to use that Starbucks gift card after the holidays.
Your Turn: Have you found any unexpected deals on Groupon? Share them in the comments!
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Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, Writer’s Digest and more.