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Starbucks Expands Digital Tipping to Canada

Today, April 15, 2015 Starbucks is expanding the digital tipping feature to customers using Starbucks® mobile apps in Canada. This feature allows customers to show their appreciation to store partners (baristas) by leaving a tip through the Starbucks® app for iPhone® or the Starbucks® app for Android™.

After completing a transaction via mobile payment, customers who have enabled notifications within the Starbucks app will be prompted to leave a tip if they choose. Customers will have the option to leave a tip in the following denominations: $0.50, $1.00, $2.00. This amount can be completed or edited within two hours after the original transaction.

Digital tipping has long been a top suggestion on, an online community for people to share, vote, discuss and put into action ideas on how to enhance the Starbucks Experience.  IMG_6105_2

Customers who have their app preferences set to update automatically will see this feature available on April 15. If customers do not have auto-updates enabled, they should visit their app store to make necessary updates.

The Starbucks® app for iPhone® is free and available for download through iTunes® and the Starbucks® app for Android™ is free and available for download at Google Play.

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