Attention Coffee Lovers! Starbucks India Is Giving Away All Beverages At INR 150 This Weekend

Love coffee? Starbucks is giving you another reason to enjoy another cup at your nearby outlet with #Starbucks150

Aanchal Mathur  |  Updated: November 05, 2019 12:49 IST

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Attention Coffee Lovers! Starbucks India Is Giving Away All Beverages At INR 150 This Weekend

Starbucks crosses a milestone of 150 stores across India.

One of the most popular coffee brands, Starbucks India is extending its gratitude to all its supporters by selling all tall and short handcrafted beverages at just INR 150, all day long, on 9th November 2019. Yes, you read that right! This comes on the event of surpassing the big milestone of 150 Starbucks stores in India and successfully launching a total of 167 stores across India.

This offer is valid for just one day, so make the most of the deal at any Starbucks India outlet on Saturday, 9th November 2019. The coffee giant is also offering the delicious Chocolate Chip Cookie at INR 100. And if that's not enough, you will also be given a discount coupon of 20% off on any tall beverage, which can be redeemed from 10th - 16th November 2019.

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Starbucks surpassed the milestone of having 150 stores across India.

Starbucks is known to celebrate its milestones by thanking its customers in generous ways. Before #Starbucks150, came the #Starbucks100 when the company celebrated the successful completion of 100 stores by rolling out its beverages at INR 100, back in 2017.

So celebrate your love for coffee and head to your nearest Starbucks India store this weekend to enjoy beverages like Java Chip, Cold Brew, Signature Hot Chocolate and more.

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