Free Coffee at Starbucks on Election Day

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Starbucks is giving a free cup of coffee to Americans who vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 4th.

According to a Starbucks video ad on the coffee seller's Web site (and seen as an advertisement on various videos online, including Saturday Night Live), people just have to walk into a Starbucks location and say "I voted," and they will be given a free tall cup of brewed coffee.

Starbucks free coffee video doesn't give any specific hours for the voting promotion, so it seems the offer is good during all hours that a given Starbucks location is open. And the video doesn't mention having to provide any proof that a person has voted, or even if they are registered or eligible to vote, or are of legal voting age, or are a U.S. citizen.

Basically it sounds like if you look like you might be 18 years old and can speak the words "I vote," you've got your free cup of coffee at Starbucks.

Now, what about people who vote in the evening, say, after work? Will they be given a free cup of coffee by Starbucks in the daytime if they say "I'm going to vote"?

Posted by Launchpad.

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