Starbucks Is Now Offering An Insane New Lunch Deal For Really Cheap

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If you like the idea of saving some dough on lunch every day, I have some good news for you.

Some quick service restaurants are giving consumers a bit more bang for their hungry bucks by offering some pretty awesome bundle deals on their popular items.

Yep, from Wendy's four for $4 deal to McDonald's McPick 2 menu -- it seems like lots of food chains are jumping on this new bundle bandwagon.

However, it turns out you don't necessarily have to take a trip to the drive-thru to score a tasty deal on lunch these days.

Now, you can grab a bundle deal right at your beloved coffee shop.

That's right. Starbucks just launched a new limited-time Power Lunch promotion, which features a sandwich, salad or bistro box, along with a snack, a banana or fruit bar and a bottle of water -- all for just 8 dollars.

Yeah, I know. Talk about a seriously awesome lunch.

In case you're wondering how much of a deal you're actually getting, Brand Eating estimates opting for the Power Lunch deal will save you about $3 or $4, as opposed to buying all of these items a la carte.

Check out the pictures below to see this mouthwatering lunch promotion.

If you're a savvy shopper when it comes to scoring some tasty snacks...

You'll be glad to know you can now save some money on your mid-afternoon meals...

...thanks to Starbucks' latest lunch promotion.

Feast your eyes on the almighty "Power Lunch" deal.

This $8 lunch promotion lets you score a bunch of your beloved bites for a price you can't beat.

Each Power Lunch includes a sandwich, salad or bistro box...

As well as a snack, like popcorn, pretzels or chips... a banana or fruit bar and a bottle of water -- all for just 8 dollars.

However, if you're looking to snatch up some of these mouthwatering bundles, you better act fast...

...because Starbucks will only be offering this limited-time lunch deal until May 30.

Citations: Starbucks has unleashed a new weapon in the war against McDonald's — and it's great news for consumers (Business Insider)