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How to add a starbucks card to passbook

Starbucks has released a new version of their iPhone app to finally add support for Passbook. It was the most eagerly awaited app that comes with Passbook support.

In addition to paying from Starbucks for iPhone, you can now add a Starbucks Card to Passbook, which can then be used to pay at over 6,800 U.S. company-operated Starbucks and 2,000 Target and Safeway locations.

Here’s how to add your Starbucks Card to Passbook in iOS 6:

  • After installing the new version of Starbucks app (v2.4 or later), launch the app, it will prompt you to add your Startbucks Card to Passbook, tap on the Ok button. You can also add your Starbucks Card to Passbook by tapping on the Manage button, followed by the Add Card to Passbook button.

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

  • It will then prompt you to add your favorite stores. Since the Passbook app is location aware, it will automatically display the Starbucks Passbook on your Lock screen when you reach one of your favorite Starbucks stores. To add Favorite stores to Passbook later, just set your favorites via the ‘Stores’ tab (Stores -> Set a Favorite Store).

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

  • The app will now process the information to create your Passbook.

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

  • Tap on the Add button to add the Starbucks Card to Passbook.

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

  • Launch the Passbook app. You should now see the Starbucks card in Passbook.

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

  • Tap on the info (i) button on the Starbucks Card to enable automatic updates, which will automatically update the account balance.

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

That’s it, the Starbucks Card in Passbook will be automatically displayed on your iPhone’s Lock screen when you walk into your favorite Starbucks store.

Starbucks’ implementation for Passbook is perfect and should be used as an example by other developers while adding Passbook support to their app.

Finally got around to getting a Starbucks card via the app. I figured passbook would automatically add it but it didn’t? I don see any options to add it anywhere also. Is this something they will "enable" tomorrow web iOS 6 is officially released..

Oh and spare the "iOS 6 is for developers" We all know that already

iPhone3gPSU

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RipeRetina

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JS82712

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Finally got around to getting a Starbucks card via the app. I figured passbook would automatically add it but it didn’t? I don see any options to add it anywhere also. Is this something they will "enable" tomorrow web iOS 6 is officially released..

Oh and spare the "iOS 6 is for developers" We all know that already

SuperSnake2012

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iBreatheApple

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MacVertigo

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  • Sep 20, 2012
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Type121

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  • Sep 20, 2012
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It’s meant to be a location-aware, single point of contact, repository for your cards that’s accessible quickly from the lockscreen. So you walk into a Starbucks and your card can be brought up without unlocking or looking for the correct app. Then you walk to the security line at the airport, and there’s your boarding pass. Maybe later you’re near Walgreen’s and their app pushes a coupon into your passbook to entice you to shop.

There will always be features in the apps that are not part of the cards. The Starbucks app lets you shop and look for stores and such. The United app lets you search for and book flights. Passbook just pulls out the appropriate card for quick access when you are in a relevant location.

madsci954

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  • Sep 20, 2012
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iBreatheApple

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fisherking

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  • Sep 21, 2012
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just exploring this this morning; i added walgreens (duane reade), and fandango. but the cards won’t appear in the app UNTIL i use them (at least this is true with fandango)..

once walgreens showed up in passbook, i deleted it’s app. one less thing on the screen.

waiting for starbucks to work!

inelegant to setup, but look forward to it becoming useful.

fisherking

macrumors G3
  • Sep 21, 2012
  • #16

ugh. tried the target idea, but EVERYTIME i click on the link to activate it, i get an error, and have to start over.

passbook has a way to go, it is far from intuitive (ie ‘apple-like’).

Sammus422

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  • Oct 2, 2012
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mrgraff

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Small White Car

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  • Oct 2, 2012
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Yes, but I don’t have to buy a 2nd wallet with a credit card in it, move it from that wallet to my wallet, and then throw away the new wallet.

Passbook really needs a way to add a card from a vendor from within Passbook itself.

fisherking

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  • Oct 2, 2012
  • #20

Yes, but I don’t have to buy a 2nd wallet with a credit card in it, move it from that wallet to my wallet, and then throw away the new wallet.

Passbook really needs a way to add a card from a vendor from within Passbook itself.

i’d love, though, to buy a $100 wallet that had $100 in it (etc).

CooperHarris

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  • Oct 2, 2012
  • #21

Yes, but I don’t have to buy a 2nd wallet with a credit card in it, move it from that wallet to my wallet, and then throw away the new wallet.

Passbook really needs a way to add a card from a vendor from within Passbook itself.

You do not seem to understand the purpose of Passbook. Here’s the text from Apple’s website, with my own highlighting for understanding:

Your boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons, loyalty cards, and more are now all in one place. You can add passes to Passbook through apps, emails, and websites from participating airlines, theaters, stores, and more. Then you can scan your iPhone or iPod touch to check in for a flight, get into a movie, and redeem a coupon. You can also see when your coupons expire, where your concert seats are, and the balance left on that all-important coffee bar card. Wake your iPhone or iPod touch, and passes appear on your Lock screen at the appropriate time and place — like when you reach the airport or walk into the store to redeem your gift card or coupon. And if your gate changes after you’ve checked in for your flight, Passbook will even alert you to make sure you’re not relaxing in the wrong terminal.

Small White Car

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  • Oct 2, 2012
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You do not seem to understand the purpose of Passbook. Here’s the text from Apple’s website, with my own highlighting for understanding:

Your boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons, loyalty cards, and more are now all in one place. You can add passes to Passbook through apps, emails, and websites from participating airlines, theaters, stores, and more. Then you can scan your iPhone or iPod touch to check in for a flight, get into a movie, and redeem a coupon. You can also see when your coupons expire, where your concert seats are, and the balance left on that all-important coffee bar card. Wake your iPhone or iPod touch, and passes appear on your Lock screen at the appropriate time and place — like when you reach the airport or walk into the store to redeem your gift card or coupon. And if your gate changes after you’ve checked in for your flight, Passbook will even alert you to make sure you’re not relaxing in the wrong terminal.

Man, it sure would be nice if the Passbook app explained ANY of what you’ve just said and didn’t just send you to the app store with no instructions.

Apple sure is trying hard to make me think that getting another app is the only way to use Passbook. I shouldn’t have needed someone on Macrumors to tell me how a built-in app works. Most iPhone users won’t get that opportunity.

Apple’s Passbook puts your boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons, loyalty cards, and more are now all in one place. You can add passes to Passbook through apps, emails, and websites from participating airlines, theaters, stores, and more. Then you can scan your iPhone or iPod touch to check in for a flight, get into a movie, and redeem a coupon. You can also see when your coupons expire, where your concert seats are, and the balance left on that all-important coffee bar card. Wake your iPhone or iPod touch, and passes appear on your Lock screen at the appropriate time and place — like when you reach the airport or walk into the store to redeem your gift card or coupon. And if your gate changes after you’ve checked in for your flight, Passbook will even alert you to make sure you’re not relaxing in the wrong terminal.

How to add your Starbucks card to Apple’s iOS 6 Passbook app:

• Update to Starbucks 2.4 via Apple’s App Store
• Sign in with your Starbucks account
• In Starbucks app, at the bottom of the screen, tap My Card > Manage > Add Card to Passbook
• Select Stores > Set a Favorite Store
• Enter a Starbucks (in the U.S.-only for now) and simply check out your iPhone’s lock screen

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That’s nice, what about us non-American citizens ?

Immigrate….or wait till Apple gets to you….are you really surprised that an American company puts it’s own citizens at the top of the list when introducing features? Not sure where you are from but US is also Apple’s biggest market. We thank you for supporting Apple’s products but be reasonable. I am sure that companies in your country would do the same….if you had some.

It’s not Apple we wait for, it’s app developers.

I’m not blaming Apple, I have the passbook app. I’m more disappointed with Starbucks for not updating their Canadian app to work with passbook… But you point still holds

Disappointed. Went to a Starbucks this morning after adding card to passbook last night. Lock screen did not show the card. Had to open passbook. Might as well just use the Starbucks app instead.

Had you added that store as a favorite?You can only add 10 stores for location detection. Given the over saturation o most cities with Starbucks, this seems wise. Otherwise location services would be sniffing for every Starbucks you passed= battery drain. When more passes are in passbook it will become more reasonable to launch that app than each particular Venus’s app.

What I can’t figure out is how to add more to Passbook after you load one card. Now that I have Starbucks in Passbook, I can no longer access the App Store within Passbook. How am I supposed to know who has Passbook enabled if I can’t see that list of companies that are? Any idea?

This appears to be a problem, too much hassle to go into the App Store and search for Passbook enabled Apps.

Yes, it looks like they need to add a “Passbook” category to the App Store.

i approach my neighborhood starbucks.
when i go inside, my drink and snack are waiting for me, and a
table is reserved.

yh8life

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  • Oct 3, 2012
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here are my easy to follow directions on how to add

your starbucks card to passbook:

bige12

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techiegirl

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Senseotech

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applesith

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AbyssImpact

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Magicman103

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Simple solution

fisherking

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  • Oct 4, 2012
  • #87

tried this today.
had an appointment in brooklyn, set the nearest starbucks as a ‘favorite’ in the starbucks APP.

got there. went in. got on line. when i got to the teller, opened passbook and used the card.

THEN. by the time i sat down, that store popped up on the lockscreen.
so. a little sluggish this time, but seems to work. i can swipe from the lockscreen straight to the card in passbook.

next time, i guess.

AbyssImpact

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  • Oct 4, 2012
  • #88

Well then F the passbook app. The starbucks app has a passcode.

And I don’t use my phone as a wallet. I don’t know how you can, as it has no NFC. As for banking information, you have to enter a password to log in.

hepcat72

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  • Oct 14, 2014
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The point of Passbook?

So I finally got the starbucks app configured today, after trying to use it 4 times. I still don’t get the purpose of passbook.

Here’s what I thought it would do: Apple knows my CC. I thought I could connect a Starbucks card with passbook and it would use my CC on file with Apple to pay for my latte.

I figured out I could generate a Starbucks card using the Starbucks app, so I installed that, and got it set up. During the process, the Starbucks app asked for my CC. I put it in and I thought it would be automatically connected to passbook. I thought that was weird that I needed to enter my CC in the Starbucks app when Apple already has my CC, but whatever.

I thought then that it was somehow using passbook behind the scenes to generate the barcode that comes up when I click "Pay" in the Starbucks app. But then I noticed that there is a "connect to passbook" button in the starbucks app, so I did that, but then. WTH is the point of Passbook?

The Starbucks app was already notifying me when I came near the store. It offered me coupons and such. It was generating a barcode. I didn’t have to get a physical card.

Apple’s not using my CC to pay via passbook. I just don’t see what benefit there is to connecting to passbook when the Starbucks app seems to do everything that I read that passbook claims to do. Am I missing something?

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How to add a starbucks card to passbook

Two weeks after iOS 6’s release, Apple’s Passbook has finally gotten real. Late Wednesday, Starbucks released a promised update to its iOS app that allows you to add your stored-value card for the coffee chain to Apple’s new wallet software.

While Apple demoed a number of partners for Passbook during iOS 6’s introduction, and again at the iPhone 5 event in September, early adopters were mainly limited to using the digital wallet app for one-off items like plane tickets on certain airlines, as well as some tickets for some musical and sporting events.

Starbucks is the first major example of Passbook’s utility for organizing stored-value cards. While you’ve long been able to display your Starbucks card, complete with barcode, within the company’s own app, the latest update adds the ability to add it to Passbook. You can also mark favorite stores so iOS can have your pass ready when you get close to their locations.

The process for actually adding your Starbucks card to Passbook is straightforward, though it requires a lot of tapping—even more so if you don’t already have a Starbucks card. In that case you have to create a Starbucks account, add a payment method to fill up your card, and then finally add your card to Passbook.

How to add a starbucks card to passbook Pass it on: Starbucks’s app prompts you to add your card to Passbook when you launch it.

If you already have a card, the updated Starbucks app should prompt you when you open it. (Technically, it prompted me even though I had no account and a $0 value card, but it didn’t actually add it in that case.) You can also add it manually by tapping the Manage button on the Card screen and then tapping Add Card to Passbook.

Inside Passbook itself, you can tap on the i icon in the lower right corner of the card to view options: You can enable or disable automatic updates for the card, as well as decide whether or not the pass will appear on the lock screen when you approach your favorite locations. (You can see a list of those favorite locations on the back of the card, but you can’t edit them here—for that, you’ll need to turn back to the Starbucks app.)

As far as Passbook integration goes, the philosophy seems to be better late than never. There’s been a surprising lack of push behind the technology at present, but the addition of Starbucks will probably provide a more common use case among consumers. Still, until most of them have more than one card to manage, it seems like Passbook is more of an added step then a substantial improvement over the Starbucks app itself.

Apple’s Passbook may be the future of ticketing, gift cards, and coupons. PassWallet allows Android users to join in on the fun.

Passbook is a new Apple iOS 6 feature that lets you keep tickets, gift cards, coupons, and loyalty cards on your phone for easy access. The feature is officially only supported in iOS 6. However, a new Android app allows Passbook passes to be used on Android devices.

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With PassWallet, you can download and add Passbook PKPass files to your Android device from e-mail attachments or Web links. Since Passbook is an iOS feature, you’re not likely to find Android apps with integrated passes, like you would in iOS 6.

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When you select a live pass, the front is displayed and tapping on it will enlarge the bar code or QR code for improved scanning. To flip to the back of the pass, go to Menu > Flip.

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That’s it. PassWallet is clearly not as feature-rich as Passbook on iOS 6, but it’s still a convenient way to use Passbook passes on Android, at least for as long as Apple will allow it.

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New iPhone models like the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s have Apple Passbook built right in the operating software including iOS 8 and iOS 7. Passbook allows you to add reward program cards and payment cards using Apple Pay on your iPhone.

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

Some apps even use Passbook as a convenient way to view information at a glance. All you have to do to get started is add a few cards. One of our favorite type of Passbook card is those like American Airline, Delta and United that has the Passbook card showing on the main lock screen of the iPhone. This allows you to instantly get to the Passbook card that has your boarding pass, saving you time from having to find the app and get to your boarding pass. The following will help add a card to Passbook on your iPhone.

How to add cards to Passbook on your iPhone

  1. Turn on your iPhone.
  2. Open an app that supports Passbook cards.
  3. Apps are all different but there should be a Passbook option.
  4. Select on the Add to Passbook option.
  5. You should see a preview of the card. Select Add in the upper right hand corner.
  6. The card should now be available to you in Passbook.

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

Remember that the process of adding Passbook cards on your iPhone is different for each app. From plane boarding passes to royalty cards to paying daily items, lots of businesses support them. You might just have to do some searching around to figure out how each app lets you add a Passbook card to your iPhone.

How to add a starbucks card to passbook

If you want search for new Passbook apps to use. Go to the App Store and go to the dedicated section when you can download apps that have a Passbook feature. After you have downloaded the app, go to the Passbook app and select the plus button and then the button that says Find Apps for Passbook.