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Here's How To Get Starbucks' Free Reusable Red Cup For Affordable Sips This Holiday

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If you know me at all, you know I live for Starbucks’ seasonal drinks. There’s almost nothing better than a Peppermint Mocha during the holidays. And for the second year in a row, you can get a free reusable red cup at Starbucks to get a sweet discount on your order.

Starbucks is giving the gift of sustainability this Christmas by giving out free, limited-edition, reusable red holiday cups to lucky customers. According to Starbucks, if you order a special holiday drink on the day they debut — Thursday, Nov. 7you'll receive your sip in the reusable red coffee cup to keep forever. Then, if you return to Starbucks with your reusable red holiday cup any day between Nov. 7 and Jan. 7 from 2 p.m. local time until closing, you can get 50 cents off a grande holiday drink.

You might remember this reusable red cup deal from last year, and you’re right, it is a returning offer — but there is a brand new red cup for you to enjoy this season. The 2018 cup was all red with a classic green Starbucks logo, but this year’s tumbler is red with the text “MERRY COFFEE” in green and white all around it. You won’t be able to use last year’s red cup for the 50-cent discount, but you can still bring it in for 10 cents off any Starbucks drink.

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If you don't get a chance to snag your festive reusable cup, Starbucks is offering four new holiday cups for your seasonal drinks this season. According to Starbucks, when you order during the holiday season, you’ll get one of the following cup designs: Polka Dots, Merry Dance, Merry Stripes or Candy Cane Stripe. The brand says the new cup designs are meant to evoke “mini moments of joy.”

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Returning to the Starbucks holiday menu are the Peppermint Mocha, Toasted White Chocolate Mocha, Caramel Brulee Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte, and Egg Nog Latte, so you have plenty of choices for a discounted afternoon pick-me-up all season long.

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