Do you love coffee?
Do you love free coffee?
If so, Starbucks has got your back.
In celebration of their 50th anniversary and National Coffee Day, Starbucks is offering free coffee to those who bring in their own reusable cup.
Tomorrow, September 29th, customers can bring in their clean, reusable cup to receive a free cup of Pike Place Roast coffee.
Pike Place Roast was named after the original store in Seattle’s Pike Place Market. The first Starbucks location opened in 1971.
Since then, the Pike Place Roast has become Starbucks’ signature medium roast coffee, served in stores everyday around the world.
The coffee franchise recently resumed accepting personal reusable cups in Canadian locations last month, after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company encourages its customers to bring in their own reusable cups to help reduce single-use cup waste.
National Coffee Day is Wednesday, September 29th.
Don’t miss out on that free drink!