Collect your free reusable Starbucks Holiday Cup: Offer available only today, Thursday November 18, 2022

Starbucks is offering its red reusable holiday cups in a one day offer, which is today, Thursday, November 18, 2022. So, pick your cup by ordering a handcrafted holiday beverage today from Starbucks locations across the nation. These beverage fans will get their chosen beverage in a “limited edition reusable red cup.”

Starbucks has noted that there are limited supplies and has asked customers to use which ever method is convenient: app, in-person or Uber Eats.

A press release from Starbucks describes this year’s design feature as a “classic holiday red, with playful swirls of shimmering ribbon dancing against a starry sky.” Its broader holiday theme introduced in its paper cups in early November also feature the same design.

The attractive red cup is not only reusable but is also 50 percent recyclable, in honor of its 50th anniversary. It can also fetch customers a 10 cent discount, every time it is brought back to the outlet for a future drink order.

Some of the handcrafted holiday drinks or fall beverages eligible for the offer could be hot, iced or blended and include the following:

Apple Crisp Macchiato
Caramel Brulee Latte
Chestnut Praline Latte
Hot Chocolate
Irish Cream Cold Brew
Peppermint Hot Chocolate
Peppermint Mocha
Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew
Pumpkin Spice Latte
Sugar Cookie Almondmilk Latte
Toasted White Hot Chocolate
Toasted White Hot Chocolate Mocha.

 



It must be noted that regular brewed coffee, iced coffee and other holiday coffee blends including the Christmas Starbucks Reserve will not be a part of the reusable cup promotional offer.

The beverage chain always builds hype around its holiday-themed cups. Loyal customers flock to avail these offers and the beverage chain also expects to have huge sales. Starbucks has said that it expects to get record-breaking sales, as is its tradition, during the holiday season. It is anticipating that over $3 billion could be added to Starbucks’ gift cards.
 
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