Cookiedawg Senior Member Joined: 2 Dec 2013 Posts: 1 Location: ohio Expertise: I like coffee
Posted Mon Dec 2, 2013, 9:29am Subject: Anyone tried it ?
I couldn't find were to post this so sry if it's under the wrong title. But i was wondering if anyone here have used a giftcard to starbucks before? (from a site called www.mrtoken.com). I got a giftcard in a early christmas present (it's a tradition). But would really like to know how i use it. :)
Posted Mon Dec 2, 2013, 11:34am Subject: Re: Anyone tried it ?
+1 on the regift.
If you mean literally use it it's just like a debit card. Swipe when you pay. Digital cards I think you can redeem at a Starbucks location. I wouldn't tell you to go there for the coffee (I'm not a fan) but everything else (pastries and fruit drinks) are good.
Posted Mon Dec 2, 2013, 11:48am Subject: Re: Anyone tried it ?
The first post by the OP, for a token site? Has the oink to the site where instructions reside, but asking here about it? Hmm... Anyway- use the card to slip the lock of the person who gave it to you and leave it on their desk with a "no thanks" thank-you note.
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