It’s no surprise that everything is getting more expensive. Not only are your groceries costing you more money, but now Starbucks is too.

In 2022, most Starbucks prices increased by $0.30-$50 per item compared to the previous year. Depending on your location, your final prices could vary slightly from ours. Regardless, the price average price increase on the items we compared was 9.85%.

If you want to avoid paying full price, make sure you know our favorite ways to save money at Starbucks. One of the easiest ways to cut costs is by downloading the Starbucks app on iOS or Android. Then, join their rewards program. The more you spend, the more stars you’ll earn. Stars equal free items.

Are you swinging through the drive-through soon? Here are the 16 items on Starbucks’ menu that will cost you more than they used to, plus the six items that won’t.

 

1. Starbucks’ brewed coffee price is $2.95 for a grande, 20.41% higher than it was one year ago.

Starbuck drip coffee price increase is one of the steepest. You’re paying $0.50 more per drink than you did last year by ordering this coffee.

 

2. Starbucks’ Sausage, Cheddar & Egg Sandwich price is $4.75, 20.25% higher than it was one year ago.

Somehow making my breakfast at home just sounds like a much better idea than it used to.

 

3. Starbucks’ Tall Brewed coffee price is $2.65, 17.78% higher than it was one year ago.

This $0.40 price increase makes me want to buy a Keurig and just make my coffee at home. If you’re going to Starbucks more than twice a week it might be a good investment when you look at a $50 coffee maker compared to a $2.65 coffee.

 

4. Starbucks’ Birthday Cake Pop price is $2.75, 12.24% higher than it was one year ago.

There’s no way around it. Paying $0.30 more for cake pops makes them a little less sweet.

 

5. Starbucks’ Chocolate Cake Pop price is $2.75, 12.24% higher than it was one year ago.

Another flavor, same disappointment. The only positive note I can sing on the cake pop price increase is that it still only costs rewards members 50 stars to get a free one.

 

6. Starbucks’ Grande White Mocha price is $5.45, 10.10% higher than it was one year ago.

I might have to order fewer white mochas at Starbucks in 2022. The price went up $0.50 year over year.

 

7. Starbucks’ Tall Latte price is $3.75, 8.70% higher than it was one year ago.

The price of a Starbucks latte will hurt your wallet $0.30 more than it did in 2021. Going to Starbucks four times a week for a tall latte will set you back more than $1 a week or a total of $62.40 in a year’s time. One way to cut the cost is by ordering just espresso over ice and then adding your own milk at home.

 

8. Starbucks’ Tall Cappuccino price is $3.75, 8.70% higher than it was one year ago.

A cappuccino is like a latte, but with a lot more foam. In addition to extra foam, you’ll also be paying an extra $0.30 compared to the 2021 prices.

 

9. Starbucks’ Grande Strawberry Refresher price is $4.25, 7.59% higher than it was one year ago.

Sipping on a Starbucks Refresher might sound like a good idea until you realize that you’re paying $0.30 more than you would have in 2021.

 

10. Starbucks’ Grande Pink Drink price is $4.75, 6.74% higher than it was one year ago.

The Pink Drink quickly gained popularity thanks to social media. Now it is an official menu item at most stores so it won’t be as much of a hassle to order. The downside here is that you’ll be spending $0.30 more than you would have in 2021.

 

11. Starbucks’ Grande Dragon Drink price is $4.75, 6.74% higher than it was one year ago.

You’ll pay an extra $0.30 this year at Starbucks on the Dragon Drink.

 

12. Starbucks’ Grande Cafe Mocha price is $4.95, 6.45% higher than it was one year ago.

Get ready to spend $0.30 more on a mocha at Starbucks. This is one of those Starbucks drinks you can make at home.

 

13. Starbucks’ Grande Caramel Macchiato price is $5.25, 6.06% higher than it was one year ago.

We’ll pause for the tears… ordering this classic Starbucks drink is going to set you back $0.30 more than it did in 2021.

 

14. Starbucks’ Grande Latte price is $4.45, 4.71% higher than it was one year ago.

Ordering a latte will set you back an extra $0.50 this year. To avoid an added cost, consider ordering a smaller size with light ice. You won’t get more espresso shots, but you will get extra milk allowing you to savor a few extra sips.

 

15. Starbucks’ Tall Caramel Macchiato price is $4.45, 4.71% higher than it was one year ago.

This classic Starbucks drink got $0.20 more expensive in 2022.

 

16. Starbucks’ Grande Nitro Cold Brew price is $4.95, 4.21% higher than it was one year ago.

If you want to get extra caffeinated with the Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew its going to cost you $0.20 more this year.

 

Here’s what won’t cost you more. . .

 

Starbucks’ Iced Lemon Loaf price is still $3.45.

The iconic lemon loaf didn’t increase in price this year. This is one of the most popular items on the bakery menu. If you don’t want to spend the $3.45 on it, consider making one of these Starbucks copycat recipes instead.

 

Starbucks’ Grande Hot Chocolate price is still $3.75.

Celebrate a small victory here. Hot chocolate at Starbucks is still under $4.

 

Starbucks’ Pumpkin Loaf price is still $3.45.

Pumpkin spice season is around the corner. We aren’t sure what the PSL price will be in 2022, but at least the Pumpkin loaf is the same price as it was in 2021.

 

Starbucks’ Grande Iced Matcha Tea Latte price is still $4.75.

Either you love matcha or you hate it, but either way it will only cost you $4.75.

 

Starbucks’ Grande Hot Chai Tea Latte price is still $4.75.

Get ready to celebrate if you’re a tea drinker. Your favorite chai is still the same as it was in 2021.

 

Starbucks’ Grande Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino price is still $5.45.

The reality is that this drink is already over $5, so we’re relieved that it didn’t jump up in price.

 

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