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If you want a free Starbucks Canada holiday cup that's also a limited-edition collectible, a giveaway is happening at locations in Canada for just one day.

To celebrate the season, red collectible cups with the ribbon pattern from one of this year's designs are available for free.

This is happening while supplies last and there's a limited quantity at locations across the country.

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November 6 only day to get a free collectible holiday cup at Starbucks

When you head into a location on November 6, you can get one if there are any left.

You just have to order a handcrafted holiday drink.

It can be any size — so you don't have to buy a grande that's more expensive than a tall.

This year, there are seven seasonal drinks to choose from and there are four different cup designs you can get as well.

If you want more holiday cheer, Tim Hortons also has festive cups and baked good boxes that are launching soon!

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