TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — The frenzy around the Starbucks holiday cups is bigger than ever, and News Channel 8’s Lila Gross has the full scoop for you.
After the disappointment surrounding last year’s plain red cup for the holidays, customers we’re eager to see what kind of cup Starbucks would present this year.
However, customers were left startled Tuesday morning when they were handed green cups instead of the iconic red ones. News Channel 8’s Lila Gross got the full story behind these cups – straight from Starbucks.
Don’t fret yet because these are not the coveted holiday cups. A Starbucks spokesperson said these green cups are for a special promotion. Meanwhile, the annual “holiday plans are still under wraps.”
After repeated attempts to confirm the design of the upcoming red holiday cup, Starbucks declined to comment. However, some stealthy people have released photos of boxes piled up that say, “No Peeking until November 10.” These boxes believed to be holding the beloved holiday design cups.
One Reddit user, DasUberSquid, shared a photo of the supposed cup in the piled boxes, saying, “I peeked.” Users went wild.
Starbucks said the green cup, designed by artist Shogo Ota, is meant to be a symbol of unity representing humanity and connection.
What would you like to see on Starbuck’s red holiday cup this year? Chat with News Channel 8’s Lila Gross about it now on Facebook.
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