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Get Your $50 Mother’s Day Starbucks Gift Card for Only $200

As Dana Carver would day, “Well isn’t that special?”


Starbucks has a great new deal for Mother’s Day. Get your mother a $50 gift card for only $200.

You heard right. For only $200 you can get her a $50 gift card. What a bargain! Starbucks is really offering great deals these days, isn’t it?

So you are probably asking yourself, “What’s the catch?” Well there is no catch.

As Starbucks is saying, “For Mother’s Day, give her beautiful flowers—the ones etched into this elegant and exclusive Starbucks Card.”

Here is what you will get for your money:

A very nice looking gift card with $50 in store credit.

A beautiful card board box in which the card comes with a design that matches the gift card.

As Dana Carver would day, “Well isn’t that special?”

As Starbucks says, “It’s more than a gift card.”

That’s right, it certainly is. For just an extra $150 this gift card also comes with a beautiful cardboard box. We all know how valuable cardboard is these days.

Oh yah, it also comes with free shipping.

If you are interested than you better act now. It is in limited edition and limited to only one per customer. So if you have three, four or even tem mothers, then you will need to find friends who will order all those extra gift cards for you.

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