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Here's a First Look at What's Inside the 2021 Starbucks Planner

Hopefully, your 2021 will find good use of these planners.
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Starbucks Philippines just unveiled its 2021 planners, and they bring hope that the following year will be a much better year than 2020. 

 The presence of Starbucks has been continuously felt in the holiday celebrations of Filipinos,” shared Keith Cole, Starbucks Philippines Head of Marketing and Category. “This year, our global message Carry the Merry is an invitation for everyone to celebrate the spirit of the season, by sharing the love and gratitude through Starbucks holiday staples that bring them cheer.”

Mindful of the ongoing pandemic, Starbucks decided to honor the year's triumphs in spite of adversities that came, which is why this holiday season, Starbucks brings to life the stories behind its brand through the 2021 Starbucks Planners and Organizers.

Featuring four Philippine-exclusive designs, the new Starbucks Planners and Organizers serve as a fresh canvas for people to chronicle dreams, hopes, and whims, as they Carry The Merry into a brighter year ahead.

Starbucks Planner 2021 - Siren

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Starbucks Planner 2021 - Teavana

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Starbucks Reserve - 2021 Organizer

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Starbucks Organizer 2021 - Frappuccino

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Inside the 2021 Starbucks Planners

The following photos show what's inside the 2021 Starbucks Planners. 

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Starbucks Organizers

For 2021, the Starbucks Organizers have two designs: Frappuccino and Reserve. We take a look at the classic Reserve and its contents. 

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The Starbucks Organizer comes with a notebook, a limited-edition bookmark, and the traditional Starbucks stickers. 

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Starbucks Limited-Edition Cup and Card

For the 2020 Christmas Season, Starbucks has also released the limited-edition Red Cup and Starbucks Card. 

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The limited-edition Red Cup Starbucks Card can be bought for P500. The card is treated as cash. It will have the same amount of balance when you activate it at the Starbucks store or through the Starbucks Rewards website.

The Starbucks Card is a stored-value card and a loyalty card that earns you rewards every time you purchase a product at Starbucks. 

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You can pay for your Starbucks purchases using the card, which earns you "Stars." When you accumulate a certain number of stars, you will be eligible for free products, depending on the promos. 

The Starbucks Card is reloadable through Starbucks' online reloading portal or at participating stores. 

Every Starbucks card has an immortal lifespan as long as you keep using it. Inactive cards will only expire three years after the last purchase.

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