Starbucks Delivers launches in Atlanta

Got no time to run to Starbucks? No worries! The coffee chain will come to you, because the delivery program is now in Atlanta.

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The company recently announced Starbucks Delivers has expanded to five new U.S. markets, including Atlanta, Denver, Phoenix, Philadelphia, and New Jersey. By early 2020, the service will be available nationally.

"The expansion of Starbucks Delivers is part of our continuous effort to enhance the retail experience and provide customers another convenient option to enjoy Starbucks wherever they are," Roz Brewer, group president and chief operating officer for Starbucks, said in a statement.

To place an order, find your closest Starbucks on the Uber Eats platform. Once you pick and pay for your items, you can track the progress and location of your Uber courier.

More than 95% of the Starbucks menu is available, and customers can receive 25% off first-time orders through the Uber Eats mobile app for a limited time. For orders of $10 and under, an additional $2 fee will be applied.

Starbucks Delivers initially began as a pilot in partnership with Uber Eats in 2018. In addition to the U.S., it’s now launched in 15 global markets.

Learn more about it here.

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