As of next week, you won’t need to go far for some Starbucks — your front door.
Starbucks Canada has announced it will be launching a pilot of Starbucks Delivers, powered by Uber Eats, in Quebec as of Tuesday, August 25.
Quebecers in specific areas of the province will be able to order “most of the items” on the current Starbucks menu, according to a company release.
The 10-store pilot will include locations in Montreal, Laval, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Mont-Royal, and Boucherville.
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The addition of delivery in Quebec is part of a national expansion of the service that will bring dozens more Starbucks stores to Uber Eats in the coming month, if successful.
“Since March 2020, demand for Starbucks Delivers has tripled as Canadians look for convenient ways to enjoy Starbucks in their daily routines, while continuing to practice social distancing,” says Starbucks Canada. “The addition of delivery in Quebec is part of a national expansion of the service that will bring dozens more Starbucks stores onto the Uber Eats platform to better serve customers’ growing and evolving needs across the country.”
Quebec’s Starbucks Delivers will include:
- Door-to-door delivery service
- Unique packaging and beverage solutions to ensure the quality of hot and cold menu items, which are customizable
- Ability to access and track Starbucks Delivers through the Uber Eats mobile app
Starting on August 25 until the end of the month, there will be no delivery charges for all orders of $15 and more.