You Can Get 50% Off Iced Starbucks Drinks All Through July—Here’s How

This Starbucks deal has us looking forward to Tuesdays!

A cold drink from Starbucks? A hot summer day? The two go together like cold brew and cold foam.

With things heating up in July, we want all the cold drinks. From iced lattes to Refreshers to secret menu drinks, we can’t get enough, which is why we’re so excited about this Starbucks summer deal.

Tuesdays are now “TuesYays” at Starbucks!

What Are Starbucks Summer TuesYays?

Here’s what this Starbucks promo entails. The company is offering 50% off iced drinks to registered Starbucks members on Tuesdays throughout the month of July. That’s half off your afternoon pick-me-up! But as with all promos, there are a few things you’ll want to know before you walk into Starbucks.

You’ll need to have a registered Starbucks account (it’s free to download the app and sign up, if you haven’t already). What’s included in the deal? It applies to iced drinks of your choice, but excludes ready-to-drink bottled beverages and any booze—you still have to pay full price for those options. The deal also excludes any items ordered through delivery. That means you’ll have to hit the drive-thru to order a new Refresher off the Starbucks summer menu.

One more important thing to keep in mind—the 50% off only applies to one drink per member, per day. If you have a full tray of drinks, only one will be half-priced. Still, that’s a few dollars off your Tuesday coffee, at least until you come back next week. We’re here for it!

How Long Will This Deal Last?

The Starbucks website says that Summer TuesYays will last through the month of July. But really, this means the last Tuesday in July, so the last day you can get 50% off any iced drink is July 26. It doesn’t look like all locations will be participating in this Starbucks summer deal, so check before you go, just to be sure.

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Hannah Twietmeyer
Hannah is a writer and content creator based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a passion for all things food, health, community and lifestyle. She is a journalism graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a previous dining and drink contributor for Madison Magazine.