Did you know that Starbucks has breakfast sandwiches? I didn’t! This weekend only, Starbucks is offering a BOGO (buy one, get one free) deal on all breakfast sandwiches or wraps.
Click here to check out all of the available breakfast sandwiches @ Starbucks.ca Find a Starbucks store near you here
As usual, the freebie will only be applied to the product that is of equal or lesser value. This means that if your second sandwich or wrap is more expensive, then you will nonetheless need to pay for the more expensive one out of the two.
You can only get this offer in-stores and this offer should be available country-wide. If it’s not, then you can always show them this coupon as proof:
I had no idea that Starbucks even offers breakfast sandwiches! As it turns out, they have all of the following ones to choose from:
- Egg & cheddar
- Roasted ham & swiss
- Vegetable & Fontiago
- Bacon & gouda
- Rustic bacon
- Sausage & cheddar
- Reduced-fat bacon-style turkey sandwich
- Spinach, feta & egg white breakfast wrap
I don’t even know which one I would choose as they all sound so mouth-wateringly good! If the closest one to me hadn’t closed down due to Target’s liquidations, then I might have ran out to get two sandwiches tomorrow morning! I would probably go for the sausage and cheddar one though, but the wrap looks absolutely scrumptious as well, especially since egg whites for breakfast are particularly recommended over full eggs with the yolk. Which sandwich would you get?
Now typically, breakfast sandwiches are produced in the morning and the stock isn’t replenished throughout the day. So once it’s sold out for the day, that’s it. So you could try to take advantage of this offer today but you might have much better luck tomorrow, on Sunday. Be sure to let us know if you do get this offer!
Don’t forget, that this Monday, you can also get a “buy one, get one free” deal on all teas at Starbucks as part of their Happy Mondays promotion. Until the end of the month, there is a different deal to be had every Monday.
(Expiry: 15th March 2015)