Starbucks’ New ‘Good Vibe’ Messenger Sends You Daily Feel-Good Texts

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Starbucks brings you all the good vibes via text, and the inspiration is real. If you need some positive energy as you navigate 2022, you’ll want to check out Starbucks’ new Good Vibe Messenger for a boost. The text program features several fun notes, pictures, and even audio that will help you through your growing pains of the first month of the year.

Starbucks introduced its Good Vibe Messenger on Twitter on January 10, and this might just be the boost you need. “To start 2022 off right, Starbucks is sending you good vibes. Literally. Text ‘hi’ to 78887 to sign up, and you might have a few surprises along the way,” the company wrote. The tweet features a graphic with a cellphone that reads, “Good vibes coming in.” To start receiving text messages from Good Vibe Messenger, text “Hi” to 78887, which will allow you to receive occasional messages and promotions from the brand.

When you send your first text, you’ll receive confirmation that you’ve signed up for the service and a message that reads: “We can’t wait to send you good vibes. But we want to make sure we’re sending you the right ones. You can then choose to ‘define’ your year with ‘Peace’, ‘Growth’, ‘Relationships’ or ‘Gratitude’.

Keep in mind that activation is only valid for US phone numbers and many carriers participate in the program. If you don’t receive an SMS after signing up, it’s likely that your mobile carrier isn’t participating. You can register before January 22 to participate in the program.

Once you have sent the desired option, you will receive your first Good Vibe message. I chose “Growth” and my first text was an inspiring message. He said, “Growth doesn’t happen overnight. Every day is a chance to progress a little. Because even small steps are a step in the right direction. I also received a funny GIF with a blooming white flower that said, “Take it day by day.”

Beginning on the day you sign up for Starbucks “Good Vibe” messages, you will receive alerts for five consecutive days, including inspirational messages and media such as images and audio, according to official rules. On day two, I received a wallpaper download to remind me that “today is my day,” the phrase written on a Starbucks-style mug. My editor, who chose “Relationships”, got a pastel wallpaper with an image of a cup of coffee that reads: “It’s the little things”.

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To unsubscribe from the “Good Vibe” messenger at any time, text “STOP” to 78887. You can always re-enroll in the program by texting “Hi” to 78887. And when you head to Starbucks for your go-to sips, be sure to check CDC guidelines for the most up-to-date health rules.

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