The act is meant to encourage sustainable living on Starbucks’ 50th anniversary.
Starbucks is giving out a limited-edition free reusable cup to customers who purchase a handcrafted beverage in Tall or Grande sizes on Sep 28, it announced on Friday (Sep 24).
The drinks will be served in the reusable cup for the day only. The move is to encourage sustainable living as Starbucks celebrates 50 years of coffee and connections.
Customers are also encouraged to bring their cup back during their future visits to Starbucks to enjoy their BYO (bring your own) discount of $0.50 off their drink purchase.
As a long-term advocate of sustainable living, Starbucks aims to incorporate reusables into customers’ lifestyles to reduce waste and make positive changes to the world.
“We aspire to bring together communities around a shared desire to do more for the planet and find innovative new ways to scale more sustainable solutions in Singapore,” said Patrick Kwok, General Manager of Starbucks Singapore.
The cup will be available at all outlets islandwide while stocks last.
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