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Did you know that Starbucks is now selling reusable cups for P100 only?

Starbucks is hoping to get its patrons into the “save-our-planet habit” as the coffee chain rolls out its reusable cups for only P100 each.

The cups come in two variants, one for hot drinks and another for cold beverages. Both were launched on Monday, just in time for Earth Day.

Starbucks is also offering reusable straws for P30 each.

A P5 discount will be given to those who will order their drinks using their Starbucks reusable cup, personal mug, or tumbler.

Until April 26, customers have the option to donate their P5 cup discount to WWF Philippines or the Haribon Foundation.

“Choose this option and we’ll reward you with a complimentary upsize, on us!” read an Instagram post on the Instagram page of Starbucks Philippines.

Last year, Starbucks announced that it will phase out plastic straws by 2020 as part of its efforts to combat pollution from disposable plastic.

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Starbucks Reusable Cups Now Available for P100 Only

Did you know that Starbucks is now selling reusable cups for P100 only?

Starbucks is hoping to get its patrons into the “save-our-planet habit” as the coffee chain rolls out its reusable cups for only P100 each.

The cups come in two variants, one for hot drinks and another for cold beverages. Both were launched on Monday, just in time for Earth Day.

Starbucks is also offering reusable straws for P30 each.

A P5 discount will be given to those who will order their drinks using their Starbucks reusable cup, personal mug, or tumbler.

Until April 26, customers have the option to donate their P5 cup discount to WWF Philippines or the Haribon Foundation.

“Choose this option and we’ll reward you with a complimentary upsize, on us!” read an Instagram post on the Instagram page of Starbucks Philippines.

Last year, Starbucks announced that it will phase out plastic straws by 2020 as part of its efforts to combat pollution from disposable plastic.

Your thoughts on this? Share it on the comment section.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please message us on Facebook

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