Holiday Starbucks Cups Can Get You Priority Boarding On Flights In Canada This Week
Drinking Starbucks has never been so fly!
There are a lot of good reasons to visit Starbucks this time of year. The holiday drinks were just released, the new cups are super festive, and warm drinks are a necessity in this chilly weather. Plus, we all need to treat ourselves once and a while. There's another reason you should stop by Starbucks, and it's certainly an unusual one. While Starbucks drinks often help you stay awake and stay warm, they can now help you board your flight faster! Alaska Airlines' Starbucks priority boarding is happening this week and drinking coffee has never been so fly.
Get ready to go "cup, cup, and away" even faster with your favourite Starbucks drink.
Alaska Airlines has partnered with Starbucks and is offering priority boarding to all passengers carrying a festive Starbucks cup.
You can be one of the first passengers to board the plane just by sipping a Gingerbread Latte.
The promotion is available on all Alaska Airlines flights until November 10, 2019. Lucky guests might also find a Starbucks treat awaiting them on their seats.
All you need to do to get in the 'espresso lane' is stop by Starbucks before your flight and purchase any drink, hot or cold, in any holiday cup, including reusable ones.
Be sure to listen to boarding announcements, as Starbucks customers will board directly after First Class.
If your drink was just too good and you finished it before your flight, don't worry.
Hang on to the empty cup and you'll still get to board early. This year, Starbucks has welcomed back some delicious holiday favourites, including the Gingerbread Latte, Eggnog Latte, and Peppermint Mocha.
Theofficially launched in Canada on November 7, spreading cheer across the country. Four brand new seasonal cups have also been introduced and they're bringing your sipping experience to new heights.
Alaska Airlines Starbucks Boarding
When: Until November 10, 2019
Why You Need To Go: Get priority boarding on all Air Alaska flights when you have a Starbucks holiday cup in your hand.