S'mores Frappuccinos are half price today at Starbucks

S'mores Frappuccinos of all sizes are half off at participating Starbucks through May 10. Starbucks announced the arrival of the S'mores Frappuccino on its menu earlier this week. 

Now available in drink form. Starbucks' new S'mores frapuccino is half off Friday, May 1, 2015.

When Starbucks announced the impending arrival of the S'mores Frappuccino on April 28th, my heart skipped a beat. I've held a small grudge against Starbucks since they pulled my beloved mocha coconut frappuccino off the menu a few years ago. Now they are poised to make it up to me. Well played, Starbucks.

 Starbucks Frappuccino Happy Hour starts today!

The Frappuccino Happy Hour event runs today through 5/10 from 3-5pm local time at participating Starbucks locations, and the 50% discount applies to all frappuccinos, all sizes.

A "secret menu" version has been listed on for quite awhile, but it looks like Starbucks is doing the official version differently - and rightly so.

According to the press release: "The layered beverage starts with marshmallow-infused whipped cream and milk chocolate sauce; adds a creamy blend of graham, coffee, milk and ice; and is finished off with marshmallow whipped cream and a graham cracker crumble."

Don't get me wrong, the new Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino also looks tasty, but really, we all know the S'mores Frappuccino is the star of this show.

The message is clear: Get thee to a Starbucks, post haste!

I think I'll put a "do not disturb" note on my calendar now, thank you very much. You know where to find me.

This article first appeared on Brad's Deals.

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