All Drinks For INR 100 Today At Starbucks

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Well we don’t really need a reason to go to Starbucks but there’s a really good reason to visit it today. On 28th October,Starbucks is celebrating the launch of their 100th outlet and 5 years in India and hence they are giving away all their beverages at just Rs.100,irrespective of the size of your drink.The deal will be available at all outlets across India.

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Starbucks has always been one stop for caffeine for all, be it college students or office workers or simply Snapchat addicts. And for those who don’t like to spend Rs.300-400 on just a cup of coffee, they can also enjoy tomorrow without any hate.

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However,the sad part is that the offer isn’t applicable on food items but the drinks that you get at Rs.100 are inclusive of taxes, so you don’t need to spend any extra money. Its just a one day offer so make the most out of it. And don’t forget that all outlets are going to be crowded like hell, so be ready to wait for 1-2 hours for that one drink.

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