Starbucks reusable cup giveaway is back for 2021

Starbucks Reusable Red Cups, photo provided by Starbucks
Starbucks Reusable Red Cups, photo provided by Starbucks /

From that Peppermint Mocha to a Chestnut Praline Latte, the holiday flavors fill the red cups at Starbucks. Another holiday tradition returns for the 2021, the Starbucks reusable cup giveaway is back. Ready to get yours this year?

When Starbucks launched this offer previously, many people ran to the local stores to obtain their special cup. Beyond the one day offer, that unique red cup became part of the holiday season tradition as much as that first sip of a peppermint mocha.

The Starbucks reusable cup giveaway returns on Thursday, November 18. The offer is available at participating stores while supplies last.

This year’s reusable cup design has a similar feel to this year’s holiday design. The “whimsical ribbon” captures the mood of the season. As many people seek to recapture that fun and frivolity associated with the holidays, they want accessories that mimic that mood.

The cup is made from 50% recycled content. Given that Starbucks is committed to reducing single use waste, this cup is perfect for anyone who cannot resist that favorite Starbucks beverage all season long. Plus, each time the reusable holiday cup is used, guests will receive $.10 discount on the order.

Much has been said about this year’s holiday beverages. From the Iced Sugar Cookie Almondmilk Latte to return of the Irish Cream Cold Brew, everyone has picked a favorite. While the new beverages get much attention, returning favorites like the Chestnut Praline Latte or the Caramel Brulee Latte are always enjoyable. And, why not pair one of the holiday beverages with a Sugar Plum Cheese Danish or a Cranberry Bliss Bar to capture all the flavors of the holiday season.

To get one of these special red cups, customers must order a handcrafted holiday beverage on November 18. Order can be made in cafes, drive-thru or curbside. In addition, orders can be made through Starbucks Delivers.

What if you favorite Starbucks holiday beverage this year?