Starbucks is helping you get an early handle on your holiday shopping by closing their online retail store. And the deals are almost too good to be true. On October 1, Starbucks online stores will all be shut down as per a company spokesperson.
Starbucks spokesperson Maggie Jantzen said,
"We're continuing to invest in amplifying Starbucks as a must-visit destination and are looking across our portfolio to make disciplined, thoughtful decisions. We're continuing to invest in amplifying Starbucks as a must-visit destination and are looking across our portfolio to make disciplined, thoughtful decisions."
Some of those decisions including slashing online prices of items mugs, coffee brewers, espresso makers, coffees, teas and more. The shift from online to in-store is part of a retail branding for Starbucks.
Internet junkies will still be able to get their shopping fix from via "commercial partnership with" retailers like Amazon, but products will start to become more visible in stores as well. Think bottled Pumpkin Spice Latte. Year round. Ready to celebrate? Start shopping.
Some other choice finds are the Starbucks company mug for $9.07.
A Costa Rica stamp mug for $8.97.
Perfect for back to school is the Starbucks lunch tote for just $7.48.
Some newer seasonal products, like the Fall Caramel Cold Brew Set is coming in at a discounted price and big ticket items like the Cuisinart Brew Central Programmable Coffee Maker. Buy enough of this stuff and you could have your own coffee shop right at home.