So this morning I visited a Starbucks inside a Kroger store and straight up asked if they were participating in the Earth Day celebration of free coffee. The employee said yes and I asked for a venti iced coffee (my travel mug is 20 oz+, maybe 25 oz) and the employee gives me a weird look and rolls her eyes at me like she wanted to say something, but didn't say anything. She pours me my drink and I thank her and I'm on my way but I am bothered by her rudeness of rolling her eyes with me. I wasn't sure what her problem was, but on Facebook there was the offical event through Starbucks online that I was checking and other people said you could only get a free tall drink. I don't know if that's true or not, but it made sense why she rolled her eyes at me if that was her problem. I looked online at both the offical website, on Facebook's event page, and in the store I visited and saw no signs saying what size was limited on Earth Day. I figured because my mug what that big that I could get a venti without any issues.
Am I overreacting to the employee's rudeness, should I say thing, or should I just ignore it and let it go?
Again, I'm not complaining cause I got a free iced coffee in the size I wanted (I'll probably get a 'customers shouldn't get what they want' tag), but if the employee rolled her eyes at me because I asked for a venti instead of a tall and didn't say anything to me, I just think it's rude. I wouldn't have been offended if she told me it was only tall, I'd accept it and take my coffee.