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[Starbucks] Starbucks: $2 Breakfast Sandwich or Wrap with purchase of any beverage

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[Starbucks] Starbucks: $2 Breakfast Sandwich or Wrap with purchase of any beverage

Saw this in the email this morning:

Expect more from your morning sandwich. Enjoy a toasty warm parmesan egg frittata, topped with crispy applewood smoked bacon and aged gouda, all on a toasted artisan roll. The perfect companion for your morning coffee.

The email didn't mention how long the deal would last, so if anyone found that information please kindly post here and I will update this thread.

Enjoy!
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Starbucks Canada website shows 4th - 10th.

I've never had these sandwiches... but for $2 I'll give it a try :)
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These certainly look good. If one can stick to a plain jane coffee, the price is pretty good.
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They're pretty good and for $2, you can't really go wrong
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Tried the chicken sausage wrap today. Liked it. From previous experience, the spinach-feta wrap is also pretty good.

In Ontario, with a tall drip coffee, comes to $4.04 incl HST. Decent.
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Had one a few weeks ago when going for “fancy pant coffee” since I had skipped breakfast – Pretty good, although I’m not a fan of the ciabata bun...May have to try the wrap this week then.
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at the store, the sign says "with purchase handcrafted beverage"..i think the email is just worded wrong or incorrectly. most if not all breakfast promo i remember is with purchase of hand crafted beverage (no drip coffee)
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I purchased a sandwich with just a medium roast. I thought you have to buy their expensive latte stuff but apparently that's not the case.
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I am so leery of the egg in some of the sandwiches because once I had food poisoning from a subway restaurant after eating a breakfast sandwich with an egg in it... does anyone know how these eggs are cooked/stored/reheated? Thanks! They do look very good, and it's a good deal. Thanks, OP!
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Just had the turkey bacon sandwich... was pretty average, will try the non turkey bacon version.
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jory29 wrote:
Feb 4th, 2013 11:08 am
I am so leery of the egg in some of the sandwiches because once I had food poisoning from a subway restaurant after eating a breakfast sandwich with an egg in it... does anyone know how these eggs are cooked/stored/reheated? Thanks! They do look very good, and it's a good deal. Thanks, OP!
Pretty sure they're pre-cooked in a factory somewhere then shipped frozen, fully assembled, to the stores and reheated there. Should be no issues with food poisoning.

(based on the fact that I got one that was still partially frozen once.)
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Starbucks food is terrible, its all premade and packed elsewhere so its not fresh at all. Plus theyre a huge rip off
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Mayosandwich wrote:
Feb 4th, 2013 12:14 pm
Starbucks food is terrible, its all premade and packed elsewhere so its not fresh at all. Plus theyre a huge rip off
aka all fast food? rofl
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