Many of us cannot function well without a cup of coffee everyday and while there are so many coffee joints around, Starbucks is undoubtedly one of the most popular ones in Malaysia. Of course, some people prefer other brands!
Although we may wish that we could get our caffeine fix at Starbucks every day, this would seriously hurt our wallets as the drinks there can be a tad pricey. Well, if you’re a Starbucks fan then you would be pleased to know that they are having a promotion now!
They have recently announced that they are having a buy one free one promotion happening from now until 30 September! One of the best things about this promotion is that they don’t have any weird terms and conditions you have to follow to get the beverages, as all you need is your debit card.
To be able to enjoy this promotion, customers will have to purchase any Starbucks handcrafted beverage using the payWave function on their MyDebit card from any Malaysian bank. You probably already have this on your card after changing it recently!
Do note that this promotion is valid at all Starbucks outlets in Malaysia except for Genting Highlands stores and the Sunway Lagoon kiosk. The complimentary beverage must be of equal or lesser value than the drink purchased. Yassss!
What are you waiting for? Grab your debit card and quickly get a drink (or two)!
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