You Can Earn Double Rewards at Starbucks on Wednesday

Mar 27, 2019

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Talk about a Wednesday pick-me-up: Until the end of the today, March 27, you can earn double stars on almost all of your Starbucks purchases.

If you’re already a loyal Starbucks customer (Gold anyone?), this is a good opportunity to inch your way closer to one more free beverage or food item before the award prices change on April 16. A Starbucks Reward (which is a free drink or food item, typically) costs currently 125 Stars, which can easily be tracked via your Starbucks app.

To further boost your purchasing power at Starbucks, we suggest you use either your American Express Gold Card for 4x points on dining or your Citi Prestige Card for 5x points. However, you don’t have either of these credit cards, don’t fret. Check out our guide for the best way to optimize your Starbucks purchases to find out which option suits your lifestyle (and your hopeless caffeine addiction) best.

If your double points deal for coffee has got you itching to travel, Amtrak just relaunched its Double Days promotion, in which Guest Rewards members can earn, you guessed it, twice the points they’d normally get on train travel. But the double trouble doesn’t end there either — for hotel stays between March 19 and June 4, 2019, Marriott Bonvoy rewards members that registered before May 21 beginning with their second stays.

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