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What Starbucks and Uber’s Partnership Means For College Students


Starbucks and Uber’s Uber Eats are partnering up to deliver coffee in six major US cities, according to an announcement made Tuesday by Starbucks.

The partnership aims to offer on-the-go coffee to people in San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Washington, New York, and Los Angeles.

It is also scheduled to release in a 7th unnamed city in the US by this spring and will make an appearance in London on a later date.

Starbucks says they will first start in San Francisco before going live in other cities over the following weeks.

According to Starbucks, customers will be able to order 95% of its menu through the Uber eats app and comes with $2.49 base booking fee.

This new system will mean that Uber eats couriers will be able to deliver coffee from 3500 stores across the US.

What Does This Mean For Students?

This is great for college students because for a cheap price we are able to get great coffee we already love, and food delivered straight to our dorms.

Why bother with physically going to get coffee when you can just order it with Uber Eats and start your morning without even leaving your room.

“The partnership with Uber Eats brings together the fastest-growing meal-delivery service in the US with one of the largest food and beverage retailers,”

Starbucks.

Is your city one of the ones the service will reach first?

If so, are you excited?  Let us know!

For a more information, Check out this article from Business Insider.


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