One Lucky S.O.B. Could Win Starbucks For Life

One Lucky S.O.B. Could Win Starbucks For Life
You can give your bank account a break and make your friends jealous all at the same time if you win Starbucks for life.

If you’re loving your morning Starbucks coffee, but you’re bank account is like, “Uhh… better not,” then rest easy knowing there’s still hope for you to feed your addiction to the coffee juggernaut while saving those dollar-dollar bills you work so hard for.

Starting today, December 8, and ending on January 11, My Starbucks Rewards Members can hit up the Starbucks for Life Sweepstakes for a chance to win Starbucks for a day, week, month, or a lifetime.

Getting in to win is easy. But, if you’re not already a My Starbucks Rewards Member, you’ll need to get on that ASAP. Next, visit your local Starbucks and make a purchase with your My Starbucks Rewards card. Each purchase means an entry for you!

Finally, head over to StarbucksforLife.com and login with your My Starbucks Rewards information. You’ll get to give the game a go for a chance to win some pretty cool instant prizes, like bonus stars which can help you earn free food and drinks. You could also receive a game piece to add to your game board for a chance to win the lifetime jackpot.

As Bustle pointed out, the fine print of the sweepstakes does say that a lifetime win means you’ll receive one food or beverage item for free for the next 30 years. So while I’m hoping you live well beyond another 30 years, a lifetime doesn’t really mean a lifetime.

But, just for the heck of it, let’s do some math. Let’s assume you’re a crazy Starbucks fiend who heads to the coffee shop at least once a day, seven days a week. If you spend at least $5 a day, 365 days a year, you’re going to save yourself approximately $54,750.

Even if you aren’t that crazy about Starbucks, saving over 50K might be just enough of an incentive to give it a try.

Are you going to try your luck at Starbucks for life? Share your thoughts below!

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