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Though the rewards are minor, the Starbucks debit card may be a decent option if you’re having trouble getting approved for a credit card. It comes with no annual fee, monthly fee, or reload fee. You won’t be able to withdraw cash from an ATM with this card.
The Starbucks Rewards Visa Prepaid card is linked to your Starbucks Rewards account, and if you don’t have one already, you’ll have to sign up before applying for this card (it’s quick and easy).
You’ll earn Stars on everything you purchase, and you’ll also earn Stars for loading cash from your card to your Starbucks Rewards account. You may get promotional or seasonal offers to earn more Stars.
There are no monthly, annual, or reload fees, but you may incur other fees such as a $5 card replacement fee and 3% foreign exchange rate adjustment fee.
Stars will never expire as long as your Starbucks Rewards Visa Prepaid account remains open. If you do close your account, Stars will expire six months from your closing date.