Starbucks Philippines Elevates its Rewards Program for Customers

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Since its start in 2013, the Starbucks Rewards program has always been about appreciating and rewarding our loyal customers. Starbucks Philippines has announced changes to the program, allowing new customers to join using just their email and letting members earn rewards in more ways.

Join Starbucks Rewards with Your Email

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Now, you can become a Starbucks Rewards member using just your email. When you sign up on the Starbucks website or the app, you’ll get a special 16-digit digital card to add money to whenever you want. If you see a Starbucks Card design you like in the store, you can buy it and connect it to your account later.

Stars for Everyone

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Starbucks Rewards members can now pay in-store with cash, credit/debit cards, or e-wallets and earn a Star for every PHP 50 spent. You’ll still keep your current benefits, like earning one Star for every PHP 25 spent when using your Starbucks Card or one Star for every PHP 40 spent on GrabFood or Lazada if your accounts are linked.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to introduce an easier online sign-up process, making our Starbucks Rewards program accessible to all, with Stars earned regardless of payment method. Our loyal customers have always been the heart of Starbucks, and we are committed to enhancing their experience through this exciting innovation.”

– Jamie Silva, Senior Manager for Marketing, Digital Experience, and Loyalty

The Starbucks app is a big part of the Starbucks experience. It’s handy for finding stores, ordering ahead, and making contactless payments. In the future, Starbucks Rewards members can expect more payment options and rewards.

For more info about Starbucks Rewards, visit You can download the Starbucks app for the best Starbucks Rewards experience on iOS and Android.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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