Starbucks Is Treating Dads to Buy One Get One Free Drinks on Father's Day

Starbucks is dishing out a sweet deal for Father's Day on Sunday, June 16

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Starbucks wants to treat all the dad this Father's Day!

On Sunday, June 16, rewards members can grab a free drink when they purchase another one. The buy-one-get-one-free deal is available from noon until 6 p.m. and applies to all handcrafted drinks on the menu.

The deal can be claimed exclusively in the Starbucks app so that Starbucks Rewards members can treat their dad or father figure to their favorite handcrafted beverage.

Starbucks has plenty of other exciting news in the pipeline. Last month, the brand released three new, bright blue drinks on its summer menu. Each of the fruit-forward drinks are made of a “sweet and summery blend of raspberry, blueberry and blackberry,” per a press release.

Related: Starbucks Is Changing the Type of Ice They Use in Drinks

Also in May, Starbucks splashed into summer with some colorful new merchandise.

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The coffee chain released new drinkware for the steamy season with a playful lineup of new cups.

One of the post popular new offers is the Peach Bling cold cup, which is adorned with “radiant peach studs,” per a press release. The design comes in two sizes: 16 ounces ($23) and 24 ounces ($25).

For those looking for a more nature-charged cup, Starbucks also unveiled the Flowers and Forest cold cup featuring a mushroom straw topper. Only available in a 24-ounce version ($25), the whimsical vessel is strewn with delicate colors and patterns.

Related: Here's How to Get Free Refills at Starbucks, According to a Barista

Along with bubbly new drink cups, Starbucks announced upgrades to the way online orders are tracked. According to a press release, the company “improved the way the estimated order ready time is calculated in the Starbucks app when a customer uses the order ahead feature.”

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Per Starbucks, the times are “more accurate than ever,” making it easier for customers to pick up their orders when expected. A PEOPLE staffer tested out the process and confirmed that the ETA was accurate.

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