Score 50% Off Cold Drinks At Starbucks On Summer 'WinsDays'

Starbucks offers a lot of limited-time promotions for its fans. However, unless you're lucky enough to have a late summer birthday to score yourself a free treat, you might be feeling a little neglected by your favorite coffee chain between the end of the chain's prize-packed Summer Game in June and the annual Star Days during the peak of October's pumpkin spice latte season. So the coffee mega-chain is giving fans something else to get excited about, starting this week.

Beginning Wednesday, July 26, and running through Wednesday, August 9, Starbucks has declared Wednesdays to be "WinsDays" for the chain's rewards members. This means that every Wednesday during the promotion period, rewards members will be able to get their choice of cold beverage for 50% off when they order after 12 p.m. — just around the time a jolt of caffeine might be needed to get you through the end of a hump day slump.

Cool Down for Less

While a half-priced Frappuccino or cold brew is always going to be appealing — especially in the heat of summer — there are a few limitations to how and when you can take advantage of this promotion. Starbucks notes that the discount is only available to Starbucks Rewards members and cannot be combined with any other promotion. It also needs to be purchased in person or online for in-store pick-up through the Starbucks app, since the deal is not in conjunction with Uber Eats or DoorDash.

In addition to needing to claim your discounted drink in person, the promotion only applies to cold drinks and does not include canned or bottled drinks, or any alcoholic beverages sold at select Starbucks locations. It does, however, include classic options like iced coffees and Nitro Cold Brews as well as limited time summer beverages including the Mocha Cookie Crumble and Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccinos and the new for 2023 Frozen Lemonade Starbucks Refreshers, which come in a variety of fresh fruit flavors including strawberry açai, pineapple passion fruit, and mango dragon fruit.