How would you like to have Starbucks (SBUX) every day for the next 30 years for free? You can, if you play the popular Starbucks for Life contest now.

Yes, coffee-lovers rejoice as the annual chance to win your favorite beverage from Starbucks is live once again. Now through Dec. 31, Starbucks Rewards members can get in on a chance to win a cup of any kind of joe from the coffee chain for a lengthy 30 years.

This is the fourth year that Starbucks has offered a chance to win the much-coveted coffee prize that includes a free drink daily for a good portion of one’s life. With the opportunity to also win one of five grand prizes in the game, customers of Starbucks can indulge themselves with one month, three months, six months or a year of hot, cold or decadent beverages for free if they win.

Starbucks Rewards members can also win bonus stars, one free drink, and discounts from the company. The 30 years of free Starbucks also extends to food items and includes one food or beverage item a day.

If you are not a Starbucks Rewards member, not to worry as you can sign up for the loyalty program or enter to win 30 Days of Starbucks. Through this modified version of the game, coffee drinkers will be rewarded with discounts as well as the chance to win 30 days of free Starbucks drinks.

Also, new from the coffee company is the Juniper Latte – a new seasonal drink. The espresso beverage features a hint of juniper and sage and a dusting pine-citrus sugar. The Juniper Latte is only available for a limited time or while supplies last.

As of this afternoon, Starbucks stock was up 0.40 percent to 65.95.

Starbucks for Life Starbucks has brought back its Starbucks for Life contest with a chance to win a free beverage every day for the next 30 years. The sign for a Starbucks Coffee shop is seen in Washington, DC, April 17, 2018, following the company's announcement that they will close more than 8,000 US stores on May 29 to conduct 'racial-bias education' following the arrest of two black men in one of its cafes. Photo: Getty Images/Saul Loeb