Starbucks Drinks Are Half Off on Thursday Including the New Spicy Lemonades

Starbucks' new Spicy Lemonade Refresher flavors — dragon fruit, pineapple and strawberry — and limited-time lavender drinks are all part of the deal on April 25

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Starbucks is helping fans save a buck.

On Thursday, April 25, customers can score a drink for half off at locations across the country. The deal is available from noon until 6 p.m. and applicable to any drink or size.

Rewards members can snag the deal via the Starbucks app promo code when ordering online or in person by asking a barista to apply it during checkout.

The coffee chain has offered deals nearly every week this spring, but this week is unlike the other recent steals as it's for a half-off drink rather than a buy-one-get-one-free discount.

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Starbucks Spicy Lemonade Refreshers

The deal makes for the perfect time to try out Starbucks’ new Spicy Lemonade Refreshers and spicy cream cold foam. The limited-time drinks, which were first introduced on April 16, pack a punch in every sip from a spicy chili powder blend.

The Spicy Lemonade Refreshers — available in dragon fruit, pineapple and strawberry — combine the spicy blend with lemonade. Meanwhile Starbucks’ cold foam is mixed with the same chili powder blend that the Refreshers use to personalize your drink order with some heat.

Related: All the Changes Starbucks Made to Its Cold Cups and Lids to Reduce Plastic and Help Visually-Impaired People

This week’s freebies continue into Friday at Wetzel’s Pretzels. The fast food chain is celebrating its 30th birthday and National Pretzel Day with a free pretzel.

On April 26, from 3 p.m. until close, Wetzel's Pretzels will be handing out one free Original Pretzel per person across all participating locations nationwide. Fans don’t need to make a purchase to grab the deal, just show up and grab the freebie.

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