I am in Washington and I was able to transfer the card over to my starbucks account. Were you trying to transfer the card from your account to your sister's. That probably is not allowed but I am not sure. Do you have a smartphone because you could transfer the card to the starbucks app.
Actually, I was transferring the e-gift code that I got in my e-mail to my sister's starbucks account online. I don't have a card or account from starbucks of my own.
I just figured it out and I think I got lucky or something. I noticed that when I had posted this problem in this thread, I was following the links from the e-mail i got with the e-gift code which had a "transfer" button link that I followed to transfer the e-gift code to my sister's account, and somehow, that got the error message because starbucks detected that the code was based on a promotion from canada, and I think that's where I got the error about the "markets",
But when I didn't use those links and just logged into my sister's starbucks account and find the transfer link within the login menu, then I was able to manually enter in the 16 digit e-gift code and security code, and IT WORKED!
So, for some reason when you go through the e-mail's link which automates needing to enter in the 16 digit code and security code, it gives an error, but when you do it manually from different links/screens, it works.
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