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Starbucks Rewards: Get up to 475 Stars when you make a purchase with Chase Pay

Starbucks Rewards: Get up to 475 Stars when you make a purchase with Chase Pay

Charis Brown November 2, 2018
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You'll get at least two free Starbucks drinks or food items!

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Get Gold status by using Chase Pay!

Chase Pay is offering a deal for Starbucks Rewards members that earns you up to 475 Stars on your purchases through December 12 at a participating Starbucks location!

How to get this deal:

  • Download the Chase Pay app
  • Sign up for a Starbucks Rewards account or sign in to your account and link it to Chase Pay
  • Reload $20 to your Starbucks account using Chase Pay up to three times to collect Bonus Stars.
    • The first time, you’ll collect 125 Stars
    • The second time, you’ll collect 275 Stars
    • The third time, you’ll collect 475 Stars
  • Tap the map icon on the Chase Pay home screen to find a participating Starbucks location
  • Make qualifying purchases with your new balance

With a minimum of 300 points, you’ll be eligible for Gold Status, which means you can get two free drinks or food items and you can take advantage of monthly Double-Star Days! If you already have Gold Status, you’ll be eligible to receive a free item with 125 Stars, which means you can get almost four free items with this offer!

This deal expires on December 12.

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Charis Brown is the Senior Deals Editor for ClarkDeals.com. Her favorite discount store is Nordstrom Rack, where she once bought something for $.01! She and her husband Justin paid off $27,000 of debt in 11 months and now live debt-free.
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