The coffee giant's lineup of holiday beverages - along with its popular line of exclusive reusable seasonal cups - returns November 7, Starbucks said in a news release. To get customers in the spirit, Starbucks is giving away reusable holiday cups to anyone who buys a holiday drink (while supplies last).
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The airline and one of its Seattle-based peers, Starbucks, have joined forces to offer priority boarding to passengers holding one of Starbucks' holiday-themed cups - no matter if that cup holds a latte, tea, or nothing at all.
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There seems to be something about the word "Christmas" that Starbucks doesn't like. It's fun, festive and uniquely Starbucks.
"We expect this momentum to continue as we move into the favorable holiday season", he added. "We wanted coming to Starbucks to be like uncovering a present". Meanwhile, the "Merry Dance" cup features "a lively pairing of red and green letters [that] jazz up a snowy white cup with a joyful holiday wish". This year, customers with Starbucks holiday cups will be able to board before all standard, economy class passengers but not before first-class or specialty boarding (people flying with young children, people with disabilities, mileage plan members, premium class, or active members of the military).More news: China Sentences Man to Death for Trafficking Illegal Fentanyl to U.S.
The traditional Starbucks red cup is dotted with green, with the Siren playfully popping in here and there. According to the company, it has a similar theme to the disposable cups with the words "Merry Coffee" on a red background.