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Excited for K-Cups
Many of you told us here at My Starbucks Idea that you wanted Starbucks® K-cup® Packs . Well, we listened and K-cup® Packs are now available where you buy groceries and at . Have you tried them yet? What’s your favorite? They come in six coffee and two tea options. The team has been looking for your K-cup® ideas and we're currently vetting a decaf option . Stay tuned to MSI to learn more. We have a few coffee K-cup® Packs to share. If you are excited about K-cups share your comment below. We would love to send out a K-cup Pack to the first 24 to respond. This sweepstakes is only open to U.S. residents. For complete contest rules click here .
Pick of the Week’s New Perk in Canada
Attention all Canadian MSIers! Vicki here, your moderator in Canada with some fun news! Starting today (February 21) you’ll notice something new about our Pick of the Week cards: they’re not just music. We’re expanding our free music download cards to include apps and more from iTunes. The first new pick is the SCRABBLE app from Electronic Arts. Challenge the computer or square off with friends, and play up to 50 games at once. The following week, download the photo app Snapseed , developed by Nik Software. It’s an awesome app that makes any photograph extraordinary and you’ll want to use it every day. Use Snapseed to enhance, transform and share your photographic … more »
Recycling Efforts at Work for New Store
We recognize that recycling cups in Starbucks stores is important to the MSI community and the team is working hard on this idea . The store design team is also doing their part to help with recycling. Check out this recent project of one of our designers. The Reclamation Drive-Thru is just one step toward our goal of universally building all new company-owned stores to be LEED-certified. This store was inspired by a desire to help keep items used throughout our supply chain, like old shipping containers, out of the waste stream. The result: a 450 square foot drive-thru and walk-up store made from four end-of-life-cycle shipping containers. Not only is this store built sustainably, but it is … more »
Cake Pop Love
After months of arduous development work in the Starbucks test kitchen, we believe to have finally married our love of chocolate and raspberry into a single treat. The new Raspberry Truffle Cake Pop is truly the perfect union of this love. You will experience the blend of dark chocolate cake, raspberry jam and buttercream hugged together by a rich chocolaty coating and a touch of red raspberry-flavored powder – all on a stick. I hope you and your valentine enjoy one of these treats this February 14th! Inspired by your ideas: Petite Cake Pops - new flavors? posted by EmJeff99
Calling all Starbucks Global Mug Lovers
If you are a fan of our Starbucks city and state mug collection, we need your help. We’re looking to you, our customers and partners, for ideas to expand our global mug series program to other merchandise. What local product would you like to see in our stores? What items other than mugs would you collect along your journey? The options are endless and we want to hear your creative, fun and innovative ideas. Please share!
Warm Hearts with Starbucks® Valentine Merchandise
Surprise your loved ones with Starbucks® Valentine’s Day mugs or tumblers This year’s lineup features the Starbucks® Sweetheart 8-fl oz acrylic tumbler (online or in stores) with an adorable graphic reminiscent of a homemade valentine, and the flip-top, snap-lock lid helps to keep your valentine's coffee from spilling. If you want to add surprise and delight to someone’s life, the “coffee love” tumbler, 12oz (stores only), is the perfect gift! Hidden hearts appear on the back of the tumbler when it is filled with your favorite hot beverage. When you feel a nip in the air, it’s time to bundle up and get cozy with your favorite coffee, cocoa or hot … more »
Seeing Stars
Hi MSI community, My name is Justin and I work on the My Starbucks Rewards program . Our team has noticed an idea that continues to get a lot of votes here: earning Starbucks rewards based on the number of items you buy rather than the number of transactions you make (as it is now). The idea of earning more Stars for spending more makes sense. It’s a system that would have an appealing logic if our main focus was to encourage you to spend more, but that’s not really our goal. At Starbucks, our rewards program comes from a different philosophy. At its simplest, we like seeing you, regardless of whether your purchase is a short brewed coffee or four Venti White Chocolate Mochas. My … more »

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