If you’re one of the many folks who can’t live without a daily caffeine fix from Starbucks, you’ll want to check out the chain’s End of the Year Sale. You can get as much as 50% off select coffee, drinkwear and more. Use the promo code FREESHIP20 to get 20% off your order and free shipping for purchases over $65.
A box of 24 Starbucks Christmas Blend K-Cup Packs originally priced at $19.95 is now on sale for $9.98. A pound of this Christmas Blend is marked down from $14.95 to $7.98. If you want to enjoy this sweet, spicy coffee all year long, this is a great chance to stock up.
If you prefer Starbucks Christmas Blonde Roast with its hints of brown sugar, sweet orange and allspice, you can get the 24-pack of K-Cups for $9.98 and a pound for $7.98.
An eight-ounce bag of Starbucks Holiday Blend with herbal and sweet maple notes is marked down from $7.95 to $3.98. The Decaf Christmas Blend is also on sale at $3.98 for eight ounces.
A pack of 12 Starbucks Holiday Blend Brewed Coffee Verisimo Pods are marked down from $12.95 to $7.77. A 12 pack of Starbucks VIA Ready Brew Christmas Blend is now discounted from $11.95 to $7.17. A five pack of Starbucks VIA Peppermint Latte Mocha is now marked down from $6.95 to $4.17.
The Heritage 1971 Pike Place Mug & Coffee Gift Set is discounted from $24.95 to $18.71. The 30th Anniversary Swarovski Mug & Coffee Gift Set is marked down from $99.95 to $74.99.
The Starbucks End of the Year Sale also has a large selection of travel mugs like the 12 oz. Double Wall Traveler with a Picasso-ish face discounted from $19.95 to $11.97. Other mugs and cold cup tumblers holding 10 oz. to 24 oz. are also on sale.
View all sale items at the Starbucks online store.
If you’ve been waiting for the very last minute to do your holiday shopping, that last minute is here now, at least when it comes to items that have to be shipped. Here are a few ways to get fast shipping, but be warned that it may not be free, or even cheap.
After getting slammed by storms and blamed for late deliveries last year, UPS has invested $5M in making things run more smoothly this time around. If you’re shipping today (Monday) you’ll have to pay for 2nd Day Air if your package needs to reach its destination by Wednesday, Christmas Eve. You can still get December 24 delivery if you ship on Tuesday but expect to pay more for it.
There are a few retailers that can get your order under the tree in time for Christmas Eve. At Amazon, Monday is the last day to use Amazon Prime free 2-day shipping and be sure that your package will arrive by December 24. You can still get a gift off on Tuesday but you’ll have to pay extra for overnight shipping. Same-day delivery is available in 12 cities on Wednesday, but again that will cost you more.
If you want to send someone a sweet treat from Shari’s Berries, you can place your order by 3 p.m. EST on Tuesday and choose overnight shipping for December 24 delivery.
You can order a gift for that gaming fan from GameStop.com until 1 p.m. EST on Tuesday, December 23 and have it arrive on Christmas Eve. You can also order via the GameStop mobile app and pick up your item at a local store, provided it’s in stock.
J.Crew offers overnight shipping for $10 on orders placed at jcrew.com before noon EST on Tuesday. Use the promo code HOLIDAYTIME to get 30% off regularly priced merchandise and an extra 40% off sale items.
Starbucks is offering 2-day shipping for $15 or overnight priority shipping for $25 on orders placed today or Tuesday.
Other retailers including Best Buy, Target and Walmart are offering same-day pickup at their stores for orders placed online earlier in the day on December 24. Check individual policies and store closing times.
There’s just one day left of the long Memorial Day weekend, but there are still plenty of good deals out there. Here’s another batch of sales and promo codes good through Monday, May 26.
Old Navy is offering 50% off everything in-stores and online through Monday, May 26.
At H&M, they’re slashing prices of select items by up to 70%, both in-store and online through Monday. Get an extra 20% off when you sign up for their newsletter.
At Gap stores or gap.com, use the promo code EVENT to save 40% off your order through Monday.
Go to your local Microsoft store or Microsoft.com to get one game free when you buy two games for the Xbox One or Xbox 360 until May 27.
Kmart has lots of items on sale this weekend, including up to 50% off the Adam Levine collection for women. Get $10 off your $65 order of clothing and accessories with the coupon code SUMMER10. Tees, tanks, shorts and swimwear for the entire family are up to 50% off through Monday.
Home Depot is offering hanging plants at two for $10 and bags of mulch at four for $10. The chain also has sales on select appliances and free delivery.
At Delia.com, take 40% off your entire order and get free shipping with the coupon code FREEDOM through May 26.
Go to jambajuice.com for a printable coupon good for one free juice or smoothie when you buy one. Good through May 26.
At Amazon, get a free $10 credit on Android games and apps with select gift card purchases of $20 or more. Choose from gift cards for Domino’s, Supercuts, Starbucks, Captain D’s, Whole Foods, Chili’s, Panera Bread, Nordstrom, Sephora and more.
Hooters offers ten free wings with the purchase of any drink to all active duty military, veterans and their spouses all day May 26.
At Orbitz, you can take 15% off hotel stays with the promo code GETHAPPY when you book by June 1 and travel by November 15.
When is a Starbucks store not really a Starbucks store? When it lacks all the usual branding and accoutrements the coffee chain is famous for. There are already a couple of “stealth” Starbucks in operation and another is currently under construction in a Manhattan Macy’s store.
Frap fans now have more Starbucks beverages to love, since the coffee chain just launched two new Frappuccinos and brought back some old favorites. The decadently delicious new temptations are Mocha Cookie Crumble and Chocolate Cookie Crumble Crème. Best of all, you can try them for half-price for a limited time.