Starbucks limited-edition Seahawks gift card and cup sleeves are now available in WA stores
Starbucks and the Seattle Seahawks are teaming up for the fifth season to offer something special for the “Legion of Brew” – Seahawks fans who are also Starbucks customers – including limited-edition gift cards and cup sleeves.
This year’s gift card design was inspired by the Seahawks Super Bowl 50 commemorative edition gold jerseys and references the pattern on a football itself. The co-branded card will be available beginning Sept. 5 in all Starbucks® stores throughout Washington state. Previous editions of the cards have become collector's items. This is the only NFL card offered by Starbucks and requires an initial minimum $15 load which can be used toward purchases in any Starbucks store.
Starbucks is also offering newly designed co-branded cup sleeves at participating Starbucks stores in western Washington, while supplies last. The hot-beverage sleeves come in eight different designs featuring seven players and autographs including Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett, Bobby Wagner, Kam Chancellor, Cliff Avril, Michael Bennett and KJ Wright. The eighth design features the “12” jersey to celebrate all Seahawks fans. The sleeves also explain how to access exclusive content through the Seahawks Snapchat channel.
About Starbucks Hometown
For more than 45 years, Starbucks has had the pleasure of calling Seattle home. Starbucks is proud of its roots and honored to be a part of the community that has been with us from the beginning. Starbucks continues to celebrate the community at its SoDo headquarters, roasting plant in Kent, Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle, and in stores throughout Western Washington. Starbucks is proud to support local initiatives through partnerships with like-minded local organizations including the University of Washington, Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC, Seattle Theatre Group, Seafair, and the Seattle International Film Festival. Learn more at https://www.starbucks.com/seattle.
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