Starbucks Canada Is Giving Away Free Reusable Red Holiday Cups & Here's How To Get One

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Starbucks Canada Is Giving Away Free Reusable Red Holiday Cups & Here's How To Get One

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There are many things to love about this time of year and Starbucks' holiday drink menu is certainly one of them.

The menu launched at Starbucks locations across Canada on November 4, and tomorrow, November 18, you can finally get a FREE reusable red holiday cup.*

Those who order a handcrafted fall or holiday beverage like the new Sugar Cookie Oat Latte on November 18 can score a free limited-edition cup at participating locations. You can order in cafes, in the drive-thru, through the Starbucks app or via delivery on Uber Eats to get your cup.

Keep in mind that quantities are limited, so if you really want one, you should place an order sooner rather than later.

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*This article has been updated.

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