Starbucks Is Permanently Closing Its Online Stores and Having a Major Clearance Sale

You can get cute tumblers for $10.

I have good news and bad news for Starbucks fans: The good news is that there's a major sale happening now on the chain's online store, with dreamy tumblers up to 50 percent off. The bad news is that the coffee chain is having the sale because it's officially closing the web store October 1.

While Starbucks didn't officially announce the reason for the clearance sale, a representative for the chain confirmed the closing to Business Insider. Starting October, you'll no longer be able to get colorful glasses, mugs, or even beverage syrups on the stores' site, but you will be able to find accessories sold by third-party sellers like Amazon and in grocery stores.

Business Insider reports that the company is looking to build "commercial partnerships" with digital companies. With the recent success of the Ban.Do and Starbucks collaboration, which gave us millennial pink tumblers and cute-as-hell notebooks, it sounds like we'll still have Starbucks merchandise in our future.

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For now, you might as well take advantage of the markdowns. This green stainless steel cup, which was originally $20, is now $10.

BUY NOW Lime Green Stainless Steel Cold Cup, STARBUCKS, $10

And this set of three white cup ornaments is marked down from $17 to $7.


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BUY NOW Starbucks Cup Ornaments (Set of 3), STARBUCKS, $7

There's also this black-and-white traveler marked from $20 to $10.

BUY NOW Patterned Traveler, STARBUCKS, $10

Take all my money as usual, Starbucks.

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Danielle Tullo

I like pink, iced coffee, and long walks through the candle section. When I'm not lighting up my favorite scents (probably while testing out new skincare), you can find me writing and editing all of the lifestyle things at Seventeen