Want your very own Starbucks? This Thursday, Nov 18 is your day to claim your reusable Starbucks red cup specially designed for giveaway treats on the 50th Anniversary of the coffee chain.
The red season continues with the limited-edition items but this time with Starbucks. Customers can have their red cups once they order a fall or holiday beverage drink.
This beverage deal will be available at the collaborating stores of the United States. The coffee chain stated that the supplies of the red cups are limited and these give-aways would be available on orders done through mobile apps, Uber eats, curbside, or pick-up deliveries.
This is not the first treat for the Starbuck fandom. Starbucks had given away its first-holiday drink on November 4th.
These drinks included toasted white mocha chocolate, peppermint mocha, chestnut praline, caramel Brulee, and iced sugar cookie almond milk latte.
Thursday’s deal of reusable red Starbucks cups is made from 50% recyclable material. Starbucks chief marketing officer Brady Brewer stated in a news release that:
“As we build on our strong start to the holiday season, we’re delighted to bring back our reusable red cup giveaway for the fourth straight year.
The reusable red cup has become a tradition for customers each holiday season and is a step towards reducing single-use cup waste as we work towards our planet-positive goals.”
The free cup deliveries will only be available till the stock lasts as the CMO tells the news release. So if you really want to own this limited-edition cup for yourself, it is suggested that you should visit the store earlier and don’t miss a chance to grab your piece.
However, this is the 50th anniversary of the coffee chain but this is the fourth year that the store has been running this promotion at the same time of the year.
This time Starbucks is featuring a red background with a white ribbon on the cup and this can be acquired no matter what channel you choose.
Starbucks also has teamed up with Amazon in Midtown Manhattan that will introduce cashier-less technology to attract busy customers and follow their habits to pay without using cash.
In addition, beyond the displays of the food seating is slightly changed as it now contains large booths for solo dining and meetings who may want to work remotely or even for the study purpose. Moreover, they can also get refills for their coffee through the app of Starbucks or with the barista at the counter.
“We designed this experience to fit people’s needs as they go about their day,” said Kumar. “Sometimes you’re in a hurry, some days you have more time.”
The location will also be having long hours at any typical Starbucks cafe.