Is Water Free at Starbucks? (A Quick Explanation)

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If you like to drink water with your coffee (coffee can be dehydrating, after all), don’t pay for bottled water: You can get filtered water for free at Starbucks.

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How to Order Water on the Starbucks App

Unfortunately, in most regions, you can not order free water on the Starbucks app. You have to order in the store or at the drive-thru order box.

However, some customers have devised a creative way of ordering water on the Starbucks app where they change their name to include free water. For example, if a customer’s name is James, they change it to “James Venti Iced Water” so that the baristas know that the order includes water in a Venti cup.

The baristas are able to interpret that the customer wants free water with their other order. However, if the store is busy, the baristas may not have time to read through everything in your name.

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Why is Starbucks Water so Good

All the water that Starbucks uses for cold and hot drinks is triple filtered so it’s totally free from particles and impurities such as chlorine and chloramines, and organic and inorganic compounds.

Triple filtration eliminates 99.99% of contaminants and enhances the taste of water and that’s why Starbucks water tastes so good.


Does Starbucks offer free water?

Starbucks is all about the coffee, but maybe you’re looking for a refreshing water to go with your Frappuccino. You can get a cup of filtered water for free at Starbucks.

Does Starbucks charge for water?

Starbucks company-operated or corporate stores will not charge you for the cup but some licensed stores may charge about $0.25 to $0.50 for the cup to meet their inventory costs. Starbucks stores will refill your own water bottle free of charge to promote environmental friendliness.

Do you have to pay for ice water at Starbucks?

Starbucks uses filtered water to make its coffee, so if you ask for a free cup of ice water, it’s probably cleaner than the bottled water you’ll pay more than $2.00 for. Instead of asking for an iced tea (which can cost upwards of $3.00), ask for cold water and a tea bag, which will cost a grand total of $0.30.

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