Starbucks Happy Hour:

Starbucks Happy Hour:

Starbucks Happy Hour:

Starbucks Happy Hour

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One Is Good. Two Is Better.

Buy one handcrafted drink (grande or larger) and get the second one (of equal or lesser value) absolutely free. But what do we mean by “handcrafted”? Good question. Handcrafted drinks include all espresso-based drinks, Frappuccino® Blended Beverages, seasonal drinks, iced teas, cold coffees and, yes, even Nitro. (Source:

Starbucks Happy Hour Drives 11% Increase in Traffic

Starbucks saw an 11% increase in foot traffic during its Happy Hour period of 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursdays, which launched on Oct. 10, 2019, according to a new report from inMarket emailed to Restaurant Dive. The revamped promotion offered buy-one-get-one free for any grande or larger handcrafted beverage.

Happy Hour was expanded in 2018 to include deals on drinks beyond the Frappuccino and bolster Starbucks' afternoon sales, which was previously a weak part of the day. The events, which take place every few weeks between 2 pm and 7 pm on Thursdays, offer customers who buy a handcrafted drink (such as espresso-based blends, iced teas or cold coffees) a second one for free.

Chains Are Being Forced to Make Some Massive Changes to Business During the Pandemic

Starbucks' decision to put happy hour on hold highlights an uneasy tension between deals and safety that many chains are grappling with during the pandemic. In April, for example, Taco Bell faced backlash for holding a free-taco deal as coronavirus cases surged. (Source: www.businessinsider.com)



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