Starbucks Canada Deals: Get a $10 eGift When You Buy 3 Starbucks Products at Your Local Grocery Store

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We’ve been posting a lot about Starbucks Rewards recently, but those deals have a tendency to be catered specifically to each person’s card. In this offer, however, it doesn’t matter what your status is or the frequency which you use your card. All you have to do to qualify for this offer of a free $10 eGift card is buy 3 eligible products from your local grocery store, and then send in the proof to Starbucks Canada.

You must buy these 3 participating products in one transaction before December 31st, 2014, which is more than 3 weeks away. And if you’re like my family around the holidays, you will be going through enough coffee each morning to tranquilize an adult sized elephant. The participating products that you can buy from this offer include:

  • Starbucks ground or whole bean coffee (226g, 283g, 311g, or 340g bags),
  • Starbucks K-Cup® packs (10 ct. or 16 ct.),
  • Starbucks VIA Lattes (5 ct.), or
  • Ready Brew (5 ct., 7ct. or 8 ct.),
  • Starbucks VIA Refreshers Instant beverages (6 ct.),
  • Starbucks Hot Cocoa (8 ct.), or
  • Tazo Joy Full Leaf Tea (15 ct.)

You will have until January 31st, 2015 to send in your original receipt and UPC codes to the website,

There will also be a limited of 2 eGift cards per household, which would be a total value of $20 in gift cards. 

I’d say, if you plan to go through a lot tea, hot chocolate or coffee this month, then this deal would most certainly appeal to you, especially where you have the option to get the smaller sized bags of ground coffee which are cheaper and will keep fresher longer.

Click here to learn more about the Starbucks Share the Merry $10 eGift card promo.

One response to “Starbucks Canada Deals: Get a $10 eGift When You Buy 3 Starbucks Products at Your Local Grocery Store”

  1. S Brock says:

    Heads up. This does not work on their promo site. No matter how many ways I put in their UPC codes, it will not accept. What a waste of my time and money.


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