Starbucks are giving away free drinks today

PUBLISHED: 12:10 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:33 06 March 2018

Starbucks on Gentlemans Walk in Norwich. 
Photo: Nick Butcher

Starbucks on Gentlemans Walk in Norwich. Photo: Nick Butcher

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If you love Starbucks and saving money, you won’t want to miss this!

Starbucks Coffee are offering customers the chance to nab themselves a free drink on Tuesday, March 6.

To celebrate the launch of their new Teavanna Microground Tea Lattes, the coffee chain is inviting people to come and find their favourite flavour for free.

Customers will be able to enjoy a free tall tea latte at any one of their branches in Great Britain between 3pm and 6pm today.

The range of Teavanna flavours include Red Apple Rooibos, Rooibos and Matcha Green Tea.

There are numerous Starbucks cafes, kiosks and drive throughs located across Norfolk, six of which can be found in Norwich at Castle Mall, St Stephens Street, Haymarket, Intu Chapelfield, Riverside Retail Park and Norwich Railway Station.

The company also have branches in Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, King’s Lynn and on the A11 near Attleborough.

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