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- Starbucks is releasing a new line of spooky tumblers in the lead-up to Halloween.
- The new cups feature Halloween-themed designs including black cats, pumpkins, skulls, moths, candles, and more.
- A spokesperson for the company told Insider that the new line of spooky merchandise will be available in Starbucks stores this fall and will retail for around $15.
- Some fans who have already gotten their hands on the cups from Starbucks and Target locations are selling them on sites such as eBay, Mercari, and Poshmark, with prices ranging from $60 to over $160.
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Starbucks is releasing a new line of spooky tumblers in the lead-up to Halloween. The cups feature Halloween-themed designs including black cats, pumpkins, skulls, moths, candles, and more.
The new line includes a 24-ounce Glitter Web Cold Cup ($16.95), a 16-ounce Spooky Plastic Cold Cup ($14.95), and a six-pack of reusable 16-ounce Halloween hot cups ($11.95).
A Starbucks spokesperson told Insider that the new cups will be on sale at participating licensed Starbucks stores in the US.
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However, some fans who have already gotten their hands on the new line of cups are selling them on sites such as eBay, Mercari, and Poshmark, with prices ranging from $60 to more than $160.
The new cups are similar to the matte black tumbler that Starbucks released in August.
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The tumbler bore a resemblance to a matte tumbler that the company launched in 2018 and can still be purchased on Amazon.
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