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Use Starbucks' Secret Code To Get A Pumpkin Spice Latte One Week Early

A seasonal staple that typically marks the beginning of autumn for coffee drinkers, Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte makes its return this Tuesday, September 3rd.

While there exists a contingent among the over-caffeinated coffee enthusiast community that believe that the first week in September is far too early for their favorite fall beverage to go on sale, anyone who disagrees and simply cannot wait to get their hands on a Pumpkin Spice Latte no longer has to.

Initially thought to be just another rumor to emerge from the social media machine, Starbucks' official Facebook page confirmed that you can give your barista the secret code PSL 10 before September 3rd in order to gain early access to a Pumpkin Spice Latte.

What are you waiting for, you caffeine-crazed Starbucks devotees?! Get out there, try the code, and let us know in the comments if and how it worked for you.

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About the Author: Connor J. Laughlin

Connor is an amateur food critic (read: he eats and has opinions), self-proclaimed film-buff, & expects to be starting in the NBA or selected to the USMNT's starting XI by the time he's 45 years old. He enjoys fine wine (when told it's fine), international travel, & is passionate about reading, writing, & the Oxford comma.

4 Responses to “Use Starbucks' Secret Code To Get A Pumpkin Spice Latte One Week Early”

  1. Rosa says:

    does this also count for the frappuccino version?

  2. Brooke says:

    I’m in Fort Myers, Florida and our Target Starbucks is already offering them without the code! They have had them since the beginning of this week!!

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