How to get a free reusable cup

Starbucks is ready to do something special for their customers on Earth Day as they give some people a chance to receive a free reusable cup.

The brand has managed to have its own identity with its eye-catching logo found on every mug. It was recently announced that Starbucks was turning its attention to sustainability and was working on some changes.

The main change ahead is that the store will slowly switch to reusable cups in hopes of working towards a better environment.

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Here’s how to get a free reusable mug on Earth Day

To receive a free Starbucks reusable mug in celebration of Earth Day, you must make a purchase of $5 or more through PayPal. Once you have done this you will receive a voucher receipt which can be used to get a free mug.

The offer is valid from now until April 30, as reported by Quite the bomb. Customers can either make in-store purchases through PayPal or top up their Starbucks card through the app.

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The voucher is valid until May 7, 2022.

When will Starbucks switch to reusable cups?

By 2025, the company wants to switch completely to reusable cups. That said Michael Kobori, Starbucks chief sustainability officer CNN: “Our cup is ubiquitous and we love that. But it’s also this ubiquitous symbol of a throwaway society.”

The company hopes that by 2025 customers will be able to bring their own cups or rent reusable cups from the brand. Starbucks is expected to allow customers in the US and Canada to bring their own mugs by the end of next year.

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What we know about the loan mug program

Switching to something unique can be difficult, and Starbucks knows it. To make the transaction smooth, the brand plans to introduce a mug loaner program.

Amelia Landers, vice president of product experience, told the outlet: “I think that’s going to take the lead. We test different ones [borrow-a-cup] Programs around the globe,” including “20 different iterations and in eight different markets.”

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Brian Ashcraft

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