Free Coffee Today at Starbucks for Earth Day

By That's, April 22, 2017

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Saturday mornings can be rough, no doubt. Maybe you're dealing with a head-pounding hangover, or perhaps you just like getting up super early to run errands. Either way, a good coffee goes a long way. 

Luckily for you, today from 9am to noon, you can enjoy a free tall sized (355 milliliter) coffee courtesy of Starbucks – provided you bring your own non-paper cup. 

The initiative, an annual Earth Day giveaway, is available across China and also includes a free cup of iced coffee for the first 20 customers at each location. Based on advertisements currently circulating on social media, we should note that not all Starbucks locations may be participating in this promotion.

Those who have their own Starbucks cup are also eligible for a RMB3 discount on handmade drinks.

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