Here's Where You Can Get Those Rose Gold Starbucks Cups In Canada

Everyone is losing it over Starbucks' new cups.

Your morning coffee is about to get a lot more glamorous. 

If you haven't already noticed, Starbucks has just released a bunch of new, glitzy rose gold merchandise and everyone is losing it.

Starbucks merch has been pretty on point lately, and their newest holiday release is no exception. If you like glitter and sequins, you're going to want to get in on this.

I think we can all agree that nothing warms the soul quite like a hot cup of coffee, especially when it's served in a rose gold stainless steel tumbler.

Unfortunately for Canadians, though, there's a problem: a lot of the rose gold merch we've been seeing on Twitter and Instagram aren't available in the True North just yet. But there's a solution. 

While these cups - which you may have seen all over social media - aren't available from Starbucks Canada stores, they are available elsewhere:

via @girlyglitzyglam

The pink glitter rose gold cup, non-glitter rose gold cup, and sequins tumbler are all available for Canadians to purchase on ebay.ca. They all come shipped from the States, and, because of that, are available at a premium price. But if you're the kind of person who doesn't think twice about spending $60 on a coffee cup, then you're in luck.

If you'd prefer a normal price tag, Starbucks Canada also has a bunch of cool, new merchandise available to Canadians. And yes, they have some rose gold merch too. 

Via Starbucks

Since Starbucks shut its online store, anyone looking to add these super-festive tumblers to their collection has to go into a coffee shop to buy one. And you may want to act fast. Since these pretty pink items are from the 2017 Holiday lineup, they will probably end, well, after the holidays. 

To get your hands on a rose gold stainless tumbler, rose gold stainless cold cup or a pink cold cup with super cool geometric linework, head to your nearest store. Everyone who orders with their new eco-friendly merch will also save 10 cents every time they fill up, which is great for the earth and your wallet.

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Jennifer Browne A Gemini who doesn’t believe in Astrology. World Traveller. Photography and word enthusiast. I like to spend my time creating content, eating ice cream and re-watching Game of Thrones episodes. Never met a piece of pizza I didn’t like. Follow me on Instagram @jenbrwne