Starbucks is giving away free drinks - here's how to get one

Starbucks is giving away free drinks - here's how to get one

Coffee lovers - and a friend - rejoice.

On Thursday, November 9, Starbucks is launching a buy-one, get-one-free holiday drinks deal.

While the event allows for the sharing of drinks, Starbucks is looking to go further with its "Give Good" campaign.

Starbucks has a buy-one, get-one-free deal on holiday beverages.

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However, in December 2016, Chandy deposed before the Commission and said that the charges against him were politically motivated. When the United Democratic Front (UDF) government led by Chandy was in power, the solar scam took place in 2013.

Running Thursday through Monday from 2 p.m. -5 p.m. each day, Starbucks customers who purchase a holiday drink will receive another holiday drink for free.

Holiday drinks are included. Since 1997, Starbucks has released a festive cup to usher in the new season, and this year proves no different.

"This year's cup is intentionally created to encourage our customers to add their own color and illustrations", Leanne Fremar, executive creative director for Starbucks, said. It features a pair of hands holding red cups of coffee surrounded by holiday scenes and splashes of red and green.

The cup sleeve, meanwhile, will be red with the message "Give Good".

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