Starbucks Is Giving Away Its Coveted Reusable Red Cups Today Only

Stop into your local shop to grab one before they're gone.

The holidays are a time to honor traditions, and for coffee lovers, you'll be very excited to hear that Starbucks is continuing one of its Christmas-time rituals. Yes, the popular coffee chain is bringing back its reusable red holiday cups, and today, Thursday, November 18, you can get one for free with a holiday or fall drink purchase. (Sure, Christmas is over a month, but it's never too early to start celebrating the holiday season.) Here's how you can snag one of the super-popular collectible cups. Plus, check out the seasonal beverages and treats Starbucks will be offering.

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To get your hands on one of the reusable tumblers, you'll need to order a holiday or fall beverage, any size you'd like, at one of the participating stores in the United States. This offer is only going on today, November 18, and each location has a limited supply of cups, so your best bet is to go early. Of course, you can order your drink in-store (don't forget to wear your face mask!). Still, for those wanting to minimize contact, there are a handful of alternatives, including ordering through the drive-thru, via the Starbucks app, delivery, or curbside pick-up.

Now, the toughest part might be choosing which seasonal sip to get. The latest options available, which you can get hot, iced, or blended, are: the caramel brûlée latte, chestnut praline latte, new iced sugar cookie almond milk latte, Irish cream cold brew, peppermint mocha, and toasted white chocolate mocha. You'll also be able to snack on the new reindeer cake pop or the popular sugar plum cheese danish.

For anyone who's tried to get a reusable cup in the past, you'll know that they can go fast. So if your store is sold out by the time you get there, don't worry; you'll still get one of the seasonal cardboard cups. And even if you're bummed about pumpkin spice season coming to an end, there are a handful of other sweet beverages for you to try out this year.

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