WATCH: The Starbucks 2019 planner and travel organizer unboxed
MANILA, Philippines – It’s that time of the year again, when you and your friends frequent your nearby Starbucks brand to collect those precious stickers and, hopefully, get enough for the coveted Starbucks planner.
This year, Starbucks is releasing a planner and travel organizer in two different colors each.
THE 2019 PLANNER
The 2019 planner comes with a canvas hard cover in espresso (brown) or milk (white). The planners also come with a canvas pouch and corresponding limited edition Starbucks cards.
Inside, it’s an explosion of illustrations and inspirational messages – think bullet journals meet home-sketched planners. Each month has a corresponding theme and ample space for your monthly notes, to-dos, and events lists.
THE 2019 TRAVEL ORGANIZER
Those who aren’t into planners might instead opt for the travel organizer. Available in dark teal or sienna, it comes with the organizer (obviously) and a small notebook to jot down your notes. We especially like that the organizer can handle a phone or your passport, several cards, a pen, and even wires.
How do you get one?
The promo begins on November 2, 2018 and initially ends on January 7, 2019. During this time, customers collect a sticker for every tall, grande, or venti Starbucks handcrafted beverage (meaning, a brewed, espresso, Frapuccino, or Teavana beverage).
You need at least 18 stickers to get one 2019 planner or travel organizer. Promo cards can be claimed for free at any Starbucks branch but you can only combine two at most. Redemption begins on November 2 and ends on March 8 – subject to the availability at the Starbucks store.
Customers can also opt to purchase at least P7,000 worth of food and other retail items to claim a planner or travel organizer. It has to be under one receipt.
Those who use the Starbucks Philippines mobile app can ditch the promo cards – e-stickers are credited for every purchase of any tall, grande, or venti handcrafted beverage. You cannot, however, mix e-stickers and physical paper stickers.
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