** FILE ** J.J. Geise reads a paper as he treats himself to coffee and a baked good at a Starbucks coffee shop in Seattle in this Jan. 25, 2008 file photo. Starbucks Corp. is teaming up with AT&T Inc. and will start offering a mix of free and paid wireless Internet service in many of its U.S. coffee shops, beginning this spring. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, file)
If you’re a serial Starbucks coffee date canceler, this week is the week to reschedule!
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Starting today at 2 p.m., Starbucks everywhere are offering a ‘buy any grande iced espresso and get one FREE’ until 5 p.m.
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The BOGO offer runs from 2-5 p.m. June 27-July 2.
Those GRANDE concoctions full of caffeine will give you and your coffee buddy plenty of time to catch up, without splurging too much.
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Chelsey Cornett (CQ), 17, prepares a drink at Starbucks Coffee inside Kroger Marketplace Tuesday, February 26, 2008 on Towne Blvd. in Franklin, Ohio. The coffeehouse is closing all 7,100 company-owned U.S. stores for three
hours Wednesday, Feb. 26, for remedial espresso training for its baristas. However, not included in the closure are the Starbucks locations inside Kroger Co. stores, including the one in Middletown. Starbucks officials said
the in-store training program was designed to foster enthusiasm in its 135,000 employees and improve the quality of drinks made by its baristas. Staff photo by Nick Graham
Photo: Nick Graham/MIDDLETOWN JOURNAL
But if this week just calls for something a little extra, why share?— enjoy both cups of iced, savory goodness all by yourself. We won’t tell!
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As always, it’s best to call ahead to be sure the Starbucks nearest you is a participating location.
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