Many would tell you that the answer to most of your every day challenges is... well, an iced coffee. Tired? Iced coffee. Stressed over school? Cold brew with a dash of milk. Existential crisis due to living through a global pandemic? Frappuccino with extra cream. You get the gist. So if you're already looking forward to every single cup of iced coffee you'll be buying in the next few weeks to cope with the many struggle of being alive, here's something you'll want to check out: Starbucks' fan-favorite Frappuccino Tumbler is back and each purchase of the reusable cup comes with 10 free frappuccinos!
This cute tumbler features a long, slim silhouette with an ombré design covered top to bottom in glitter. Up top, you'll see black cap and straw, making the tumbler a great option for those who want their reusable cups to mimic the usual single-use cups that Starbucks offers. The tumbler is finished off with an adorable straw charm modeled after a barista. The 20-ounce cup is exclusive to the Philippines, so collectors, you'll definitely want to consider adding this to your stockpile.
To get your free drinks, all you have to do is purchase the cup and not only will you get a stylish bottle for holding your drinks and minimizing your plastic waste, you also get 10 vouchers for complimentary Frappuccino beverages in a tall size. Just present your voucher at the cashier to redeem your drink—there's no limit to how many you can get per customer or per day, so you can order all the coffee you need in one go.
Note that only selected Starbucks Frappuccinos can be purchased with your complimentary vouchers, but don't worry because the options includes popular picks like Mocha, Caramel, Coffee Jelly, Java Chip, and so much more. You can try 10 different flavors in no time!
The Frappuccino Tumbler is available at Starbucks stores nationwide.
For more information, log on to Starbucks Philippines' Facebook page.
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