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Starbucks Canada Has Festive Colour Changing Reusable Cups For Less Than $5 Right Now

Why pick between red and green when you can have both?
Starbucks Canada Reusable Cups That Change Colour Got A Festive Makeover

'Tis the season, right? Starbucks Canada reusable cups have gotten a merry makeover just in time for the holidays. 

If you're already ready for all things holiday, this could be a way to treat yourself or others while keeping that festive spirit alive.

Starbucks Canada's new colour changing reusable cups are available now in stores across the country and they're so cheap!

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$4 how much the reusable cups cost

You can get this holiday drinkware for just $4.

When there's hot liquid in the cup, it transforms from green to red which is apt for the season.

If you want to take the season up a notch, get a holiday drink in the holiday reusable cup for a double whammy of festiveness.

Starbucks Canada is already offering holiday drinks with seven you can sip on for a limited time and new cups are out now too with four different merry designs.

Tim Hortons' seasonal cups and baked good boxes along with the holiday menu are also coming down from the North Pole soon.

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