Promo: Buy $300 or More in Delta Gift Cards, Get $20 in Starbucks Gift Cards

by Anthony Losanno

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It’s National Coffee Day. Delta Air Lines and Starbucks have paired with a nice bonus offer on purchased gift cards.

Delta Starbucks

Purchase $300 or more of Delta Air Lines’ gift cards and receive two $10 Starbucks gift cards.

Terms & Conditions:

  • While supplies last or until 9/29/23 11:59pm EST, purchase USD $300 or more in Delta Gift Cards by going to (the “Promotional website”) starting 9/25/23 and receive two $10 Starbucks eGift with your qualifying Delta Gift Card purchase.
  • Eligible customers will earn two bonus $10 Starbucks eGift per purchase of Delta Gift Cards at $300 or more.
  • The customer will automatically be opted in to the promotion if shopping on the Promotional website.
  • Bonus Starbucks eGift will be emailed to eligible purchaser separately from the Delta Gift Card, to purchaser’s email address listed at time of purchase.
  • Each Starbucks eGift can be used multiple times, up to the value of $10.
  • Eligibility: Only customers who are U.S. residents over the age of 18 (or of legal age in their state of residence, if different) are eligible to participate in this offer. This offer is non-transferable.
  • Delta Gift Card Terms & Conditions: Delta Gift Cards are non-refundable once purchased and have no expiration date. All Gift Card terms apply and are available at
  • Starbucks eGift Terms & Conditions: Starbucks eGift Terms & Conditions apply, including arbitration terms. See

Anthony’s Take: I go to Starbucks daily and fly Delta frequently. Buying this gift card is a no brainer as I got $20 free for Starbucks.

(Image Credits: Starbucks and Delta.)

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