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The Starbucks online store is closing soon and has a sale for 30-40% off on most of the items they have. Free shipping for orders of $50 and more. Good price for starbucks branded mugs, tumblers, etc.
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Does not look like k-cops are on sale, unfortunately.
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Why do they close their online store?
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makes no sense in 2017 to go to B&M only.
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Starbucks is closing its online store as a 'seismic shift' hits the retail industry
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Aug. 24, 2017, 1:46 PM 21,827

Starbucks' online store is selling items at up to 50% off "while supplies last."Starbucks
Starbucks' online store is discounting items up to 50% as the coffee giant prepares to shutter the store for good.

The company will close its online store on October 1, a Starbucks representative confirmed to Business Insider.

Starbucks' online store sells items such as glasses, mugs, coffee brewers, and espresso makers, in addition to coffee, tea, and beverage syrups. People will still be able to buy items currently sold online at third-party sellers like Amazon and Starbucks' grocery partners.

"We're continuing to invest in amplifying Starbucks as a must-visit destination and are looking across our portfolio to make disciplined, thoughtful decisions," Starbucks spokesperson Maggie Jantzen said.

She added: "Continued integration of these digital and mobile customer connections into our store experience is among the highest priorities for us, and to enhance that focus we've looked for ways to simplify our current efforts."

Jantzen said that Starbucks will keep frequent visitors of the online store up to date on product availability, especially as certain items sell out.

As Starbucks shutters its online store, the coffee giant is looking to build "commercial partnerships" with digital companies.

"These partnerships, we believe, will enable us to leverage our brand, our global retail footprint, and the customer base in order to extend our reach," CEO Kevin Johnson said in a call with investors in late July.

Starbucks is also growing its consumer packaged goods (CPG) business, selling items such as K-cup pods and bottled Frappuccinos in grocery stores. Earlier in August, Starbucks announced that it would begin selling its new bottled Pumpkin Spice Latte in grocery stores later in the month.

Starbucks has made serious investments in digital over the last few years, as executives have witnessed retailers struggle to cope with the rise of ecommerce. Currently, mobile payments make up 30% of Starbucks orders in the US.

"Retailers who are agile and reimagine the art of the possible will be big industry winners," Johnson told investors on the industry's "seismic shift" towards digital and mobile. "Those who do not will struggle mightily." latest book is Forking Seattle.
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Makes zero sense. just wow
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First Tevana, now the Starbucks website...
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My guess is their online presence is very weak considering they are just mugs. Dealing with cracked mugs and shipping logistics is not profitable for them.
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Go figure. I thought that Starbucks had shut down it's online business years ago. I know that I bought several carafes, mug sets, etc., gotta be 7 or more years ago when they were doing something with their online store that involves them reducing pricing like 80%.
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Bought a bottle of sugar free hazlenut syrup once. Then they stupidly discontinued it. Not bought anything since from the online store.

Now, one of the few "big" sellers on there was the limited silver or gold cards, key fobs, etc sold as precious metal gifts at xmas, but with redeemable value as well. I think that when those sold successfully, it was online, as stores had maybe one or two each, and many sent them back after lack of interest.

Maybe those are gone for good as well?
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good call, much easier to maintain that ol' brick-and-mortar presence to sell your goods. Right? RIGHT???
Except, you know, they will always have B&M stores to sell their coffee, because that is where they make 95% of their profits. It's not like it is Amazon closing up their online shop to do business in B&M. It is a B&M company that tried their hand at an online shop selling crap that nobody really wants, and that can be purchased at one of the 10+ Starbucks within 10 miles of you.
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Don't care for the Starbucks branded stuff, but I really do like that 2 piece stainless steel water bottle that opens in the middle for ice/easy cleaning. But I also already have too many reusable water bottles.
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