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Starbucks PH’s new Mobile Order & Pay lets you order on the app for a later pick up on site

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Starbucks Philippines launches its new Mobile Order & Pay service, allowing customers to place orders ahead of their visit and pick them up at their chosen Starbucks store. The ordering experience is seamlessly integrated into the Starbucks Philippines app and the Starbucks Rewards program.

Once availed, customers can order and pay within the app and choose to pick up using these options:

  • In-store pickup. You can head straight to the pickup counter for your order.
  • Curbside pickup. Park your vehicle in a designated parking slot, check in, and a barista will bring your order to you.
  • Drive-thru pickup. Go through the drive-thru window and pick up your order.
  • Outdoor pickup. Go to your chosen outdoor pickup point, check in, and a barista will bring your order to you.

Take note that Mobile Order & Pay service is only available in select stores, so keep that in mind when using the service.

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Starbucks Mobile Order & Pay Service

To get started, just download the Starbucks app, register to Starbucks Rewards and go to ‘Order’ and follow the instructions.

Starbucks Rewards members who use Mobile Order & Pay will still be able to collect Stars on their purchases. During the holiday season, members also have the option to collect e-Stickers for mobile orders under the Starbucks Traditions promotion.

Starbucks Mobile Order & Pay is available in all Starbucks stores across the Philippines. Availability is subject to store schedule and setup. To know more, visit https://starbuckscard.ph/sbcard/orderandpay. You can download the Starbucks app at the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

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