There are two kinds of My Starbucks Rewards accounts: green level and gold level. Read more about the Starbucks Rewards Gold Program and green level benefits. Different from any other premium membership programs, you only need to collect 30 starlets to upgrade to Gold level member.
Starbucks Rewards Gold Level Guide
The very first step for a gold level account is to have a Starbucks card, then join the prizes program. You are almost there. For each time you pay Starbucks with your card you’ll earn 1 star. How many times you visit Starbucks every month? Most of people will earn 30 points in one or two months. Starbucks Rewards Gold Program also listed all the benefits you will get with your Gold level membership.
Collect 30 Stars within 12 months and you step up to the Gold level for one year:
- Free drink or food prize every 12 Stars
- Personalized Gold Card
- Special Offers just for you
Once you’re Gold, it takes another 30 Stars to maintain Gold for another 12 months. And since you get a free drink or food prize every 12 Stars, you get at least two prizes just for staying Gold!
If you don’t qualify for the Gold level again by your anniversary date (i.e., the date you qualified for the Gold level), you’ll revert to the Green level and lose all your Stars. Don’t let that happen!
If it does though, don’t worry – if you earn 30 Stars again within 12 months, you’ll stir from Green right back to Gold.
Starbucks Corporation is an international coffee company and coffeehouse chain based in Seattle, Washington. They are the premier roaster and retailer of entire bean and ground coffee, tea and spices with a single store in Seattle’s Pike Place Market since 1971. Starbucks is the largest coffeehouse company in the world, with 19,763 stores in 59 countries, including 12,848 in the United States, 1,264 in Canada, 973 in Japan, 778 in Great Britain, 621 in China, 441 in South Korea, 350 in Mexico and 269 in Taiwan. Starbucks has an unusually human treatment to business. They always figured that putting people before products just made good common sense. Their relationships with farmers yield the highest quality coffees. The connections they make in communities create a loyal following.
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